Washington State Football: Ranking the Cougars Home Games in 2014

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Dec 31, 2013; Shreveport, LA, USA; Arizona Wildcats wide receiver Trey Griffey (5) catches a pass in the end zone for touchdown in front of Boston College Eagles defensive back Bryce Jones (17) in the second half at Independence Stadium. Arizona defeated Boston College 42-19. Mandatory Credit: Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports

#5 Arizona

Now this is where the spots get closer and closer together.  Arizona is a very interesting game and just like last year, A lot could hang in the balance with this game.  I fully expect Arizona to be amped up and fueled with a vengeance for what happened to them last year against Washington State.

The only problem I can see with this one is the Cougars are a better team than last year and I’m not 100% sure if that’s the case for Arizona.  In fact the only person who got in the end zone against the Cougs last year for Zona is no longer there.  Yes, that’s the case for most anyone who had success moving the ball against the Cougars on the entire Wildcat team.

What makes this match up so interesting to me is the fact that there could be 100 different scenarios for what’s at steak for this game at this time.  This is a send off to a critical part of the Cougars 2014 schedule and without a win here there are a lot what if’s left.