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By the Numbers: 301-499 passing (60.3%), 27-14 TD/INT, 3,620 yards passing, 133.5 QB Rating
Signature Moment: While Scott was outstanding in orchestrating upsets of then-highly ranked Oklahoma State and USC (5-1 TD/INT combined), he saved his best for last.
With the Wildcats trailing Nevada by 13 points inside of two minutes, Scott threw touchdown passes to Austin Hill and Terrence Miller to propel Arizona to an improbable comeback win.
Forgettable Moment: Scott's concussion shortened performance against UCLA is worth serious consideration, but most UA fans would tell you Scott's forgettable moment came against ASU.
With the Cats leading 27-20 and driving, Scott turned the ball over for the fourth time, setting up a game-tying drive by the Devils. Arizona never recovered.
Grade: It's hard to imagine Arizona gaining bowl eligibility without their star quarterback. Despite missteps against Oregon, UCLA and ASU, he gets the benefit of the doubt for his six 300-plus yard passing games and willing his team to a number of quality wins. A-