Arizona holds on to beat UCLA 20-17 behind Gunnell

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JOHN MARSHALL AP Sports Writer TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona played without its starting quarterback and its most productive running back, a combination that would have likely led to disaster last season. This year's Wildcats have a different kind of swagger to them. Back-up quarterback, multiple running backs having to carry the load, young players in key positions — doesn't matter to them. Grant Gunnell threw for 352 yards and a touchdown in his first career start and Arizona held on to beat UCLA 20-17 Saturday night after JJ Molson missed a 39-yard field goal in the closing seconds. "These guys are learning on the run, they're growing up," Arizona coach Kevin Sumlin said. "To play in the last two games the way they've played down the stretch, for a young football team (it's bi
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