Wildcats have plenty to fix after opener
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Reporter: Kayla Anderson; Sports Anchor
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Rich Rodriguez won his debut as a coach for the first time in 19 years as a head coach.
He doesn't get much time to celebrate, not with No. 19 Oklahoma State up next and so many things to fix.
Arizona won in Rodriguez's first game as head coach over the weekend, pulling out a 24-17 overtime win over Toledo. A win, but certainly not a pretty one.
The Wildcats had 624 yards, but also three turnovers, two touchdowns called back on penalties and missed two short field goals.
Arizona won it in overtime when Matt Scott hit Terrence Miller on a 10-yard touchdown pass.
The Wildcats face a much stiffer challenge at home on Saturday against the Cowboys, who routed Savannah State 84-0 in their opener.
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