The Arizona Wildcats got a big win on Saturday night, thanks to an on-fire Khalil Tate.
The back-up quarterback, who had been nursing a shoulder injury since the start of the season, rushed for 327 yards as Arizona held off Colorado, 45-42. His rushing yards set a FBS record for a quarterback, and he accounted for five touchdowns to help his team stay on top.
Tate entered the game early on in the first quarter when starting quarterback Brandon Dawkins went down with an injury. He was taken down by multiple defenders and seemed unsteady as he returned to the sideline.
Colorado’s Phillip Lindsay was busy breaking records too, rushing for a career-high 281 yards on a school-record 41 carries. He became Colorado’s school leader in all-purpose yards with a run in the third quarter.
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