Pac-12 Roundtable: Arizona Football Disappoints The Most This Weekend

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The Arizona Wildcats were the most disappointing Pac-12 team this weekend after getting blown apart by UCLA. The Washington State Cougars weren't too far behind.

Who was the team with the most disappointing performance this week and why?

Avinash Kunnath, Pacific Takes & California Golden Blogs: Arizona laid an EGG. The Wildcats looked like they totally forgot how to play football, and they had a good shot to compete for the Pac-12 South. Not anymore.

Of course, some of that might have had to do with Matt Scott not being totally right, but it seemed like a total team non-effort. Have to be real disappointed with Saturday's game if you're a Wildcat fan.

Jack Follman, Pacific Takes: Arizona.
I foolishly predicted that Arizona would run the table the rest of the way and get a rematch with Oregon in the Pac-12 Championship Game last week. UCLA is a good team, but Arizona really looked like they didn't even show up in the Rose Bowl.

Michael Preston, Coug Center: Washington State. They were coming off a good performance against Stanford and had a chance to tie the game at the end of regulation. Utah looked like a winnable game until the Cougs stepped on the field. Absolutely nothing went right for the Cougars all day Saturday in what might be their most disappointing performance in years.

Andy Wooldridge, Building The Dam:
Arizona. The ‘Cats were coming off a program defining win over USC, and were in the hunt for the Pac-12 South. It doesn't mean they weren't over-rated, but with that back drop, you have to put forth at least some serious effort. Or so I thought.

David Piper, Addicted to Quack: Arizona. I thought this team had turned a corner after beating USC and was ready to take the Pac-12 south by the horns. But UCLA absolutely stomped them, and I'm still perplexed what happened.

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