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50. November 14 – Arizona State 27 Washington 17
AK: Washington started this game on a 17-0 run and looked to be in complete control...until the Sun Devils responded with a 27-0 run to end it. The Huskies piled up over 500 yards of offense, but could not get the win because their drives after going up 17-0 went three-and-out, three-and-out, half, three-and-out, downs, missed field goal, three and-out, interception, interception, fumble, interception. One of those live-and-learn games for UW.
49. October 3 – Oregon 41 Colorado 24
AK: Oregon was much closer to getting upset than you might realize. This game started with punt-interception-interception-fumble on the first four drives and Colorado actually held a lead at early points in this game. But eventually the Ducks realized they had Royce Freeman, and got touchdown passes from their walk-on third string quarterback and wide receiver Bralon Addison.
48. November 7 – Washington State 35 Arizona State 24
47. September 11 – Utah 24 Utah State 14
46. October 3 – Arizona State 35 UCLA 23
AK: When Todd Graham and Jim Mora have faced off, the road team has won the last four meetings. How weird is that. UCLA was asleep at the wheel offensively and crumbled against the Arizona State defense, only converting three first downs. Arizona State forced two UCLA safeties and got quick touchdowns to go ahead early and clinch it late. UCLA won the middle 23-20 and got outscored 18-0 in the first and fourth quarters.
45. September 5 – Northwestern 16 Stanford 6
AK: This game remains a mystery to everyone. This was not the same Stanford death machine that trampled through the Pac-12. Christian McCaffrey had only 89 yards and Kevin Hogan had a pedestrian game and Northwestern’s defense was paramount. The Wildcats had a solid season, but there were no signs of the Cardinal team we saw the rest of the season.
44. November 21 – Arizona State 52 Arizona 37
AK: This year’s Territorial Cup featured three pick-sixes and touchdown passes of 95, 59, and 41 yards. 38 points were scored in a 14 minute stretch of the first half, and 35 points were scored in around the final ten minutes. All the flaws were apparent in both Arizona (defense!) and ASU (stop blitzing!), and the Sun Devils had the least amount of weaknesses to get the W.
43. December 27 – Foster Farms Bowl – Nebraska 37 UCLA 29
AK: Bruins, how did you forget how to defend the option? How do you stop scoring after pouring on 21 points on 21 offensive plays? How do you give up 326 rushing yards? How do you allow 30 unanswered points in a row to a 5-7 football team? How???
42. December 19 – New Mexico Bowl – Arizona 45 New Mexico 37
AK: Arizona's offense can win them any game, Arizona's defense can lose them any game. The Wildcats offense put them out front, but the Lobos kept on coming back. Still, it was a wire to wire win for the Wildcats.
41. November 7 – USC 38 Arizona 30
AK: Arizona punched above their weight in the Coliseum, going up 14-0 and holding a lead in the 4th quarter! But the Wildcats could not finish drives (three field goals on the edge or just in the red zone), and the defense did their thing (conceding a 72 yard touchdown pass and a 74 yard touchdown run). USC had 7 yards of offense in the first quarter and 465 the rest of the game.
JF: The Wildcats damn near stole this one at USC and made the Trojans fight them tooth and nail in one of their best Pac-12 performances in 2015.