April 16, 2007
Defense stands out at spring scrimmage
If you couldn't make it to Saturday's spring game, all you need to know, if you don't already, is that Arizona is going to have a very good defense in 2007.
Although the offense won the annual scrimmage by a final score of 56 to 28, it was the defense that controlled most of the game.
As a whole, the defense held the offense to 551 yards on 93 plays, which is an average of only 5.9 yards per play.
Safety Michael Klyce tipped a Willie Tuitama pass which was eventually intercepted by safety Brandon Tatum. This was Tuitama's first interception. Tatum ended the scrimmage with the interception and one additional tackle.
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