Win Probability 100%

CAL
ARIZ
ARIZ 100%

CAL

17

ARIZ

24

End of 4th Quarter

Team Stats

  • Total Yards

    • CAL476
    • 265ARIZ
  • Turnovers

    • CAL4
    • 2ARIZ
  • Possession

    CALARIZ
    25:1434:46
  • 1st Downs

    • CAL25
    • 13ARIZ

Game Information

Arizona Stadium
Coverage: FS1
  • Tucson, AZ 85721
  • Line: CAL -2.0
  • Over/Under: 58
Attendance: 44,253
79%
Capacity: 55,675
10/7/2018 Associated Press

Wildcats take advantage of turnovers to beat Cal 24-17

Arizona took advantage of four second-half turnovers by Cal quarterback Brandon McIlwain, turning two of them into touchdowns, and the Wildcats handed California its 14th consecutive Pac-12 road loss with a 24-17 victory over the Bears on Saturday night.

Scoring Summary

1234T
California0140317
Arizona1007724
first QuarterCALARIZ
TD
9:42
Tony Ellison 31 Yd pass from Khalil Tate (Josh Pollack Kick)
11 plays, 75 yards, 5:18
07
FG
1:49
Josh Pollack 46 Yd Field Goal
9 plays, 36 yards, 3:19
010
second QuarterCALARIZ
TD
14:02
Brandon McIlwain 25 Yd Run (Greg Thomas Kick)
7 plays, 75 yards, 2:47
710
play
McIlwain determined to get into the end zone (0:35)

Brandon McIlwain keeps it himself and runs 25 yards for a Cal TD. (0:35)

TD
0:41
Brandon McIlwain 23 Yd Run (Greg Thomas Kick)
7 plays, 75 yards, 2:13
1410
play
McIlwain runs for his second score of the day (0:34)

Brandon McIlwain takes it up the middle and rushes 23 yards for a score to give Cal a 14-10 lead over Arizona. (0:34)

third QuarterCALARIZ
TD
3:19
Azizi Hearn 34 Yd Interception Return (Josh Pollack Kick)
6 plays, 20 yards, 2:40
1417
play
Wild interception return results in an Arizona TD (1:03)

Colin Schooler intercepts a pass then loses the ball, fumble is recovered and returned by Jeremiah Hawkins to give Arizona a 16-14 lead over Cal. (1:03)

fourth QuarterCALARIZ
TD
3:13
Scottie Young Jr. 24 Yd Interception Return (Josh Pollack Kick)
1 play, 0 yards, 0:08
1424
FG
0:16
Greg Thomas 35 Yd Field Goal
10 plays, 57 yards, 2:57
1724

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