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Walt Harris Arizona Post-Game

Head coach Walt Harris

Stanford this afternoon against Arizona put forth the lowest offensive total (52 yards) in school history. The Cardinal allowed more sacks (six) than Arizona had made all season. Arizona had rushed for 329 yards in six games but today ran for 220 yards. Still, these were not the most pressing questions for Walt Harris after the 20-7 loss. He had two injured quarterbacks on which to comment.

Opening statement "I think the same matchups occurred today.  We could not handle them physically up front, and that was the ballgame.  I thought our defense played pretty good, and they got better as the game went along.  That fumble was crucial because it gave them a short field.  I thought our defense settled down and played pretty competitively.  As far as special teams, other than the...

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