Roundtable: How many games will Arizona football win this season?

Ryan Wohl: 4-7

After watching this revamped Wildcat football team in practice for the past few months, I quickly realized that this group is different from the last two seasons. The QB group has struggled over the past year, but that will be different after adding two talented players in transfer from Washington State Jayden de Laura and freshman Noah Fifita. Arizona drew favorable matchups through the first five weeks of the season, three of them in Tucson. They are currently 6 point underdogs against San Diego State in week one and if they can pull off the upset it will be huge because SEC Mississippi State comes to town in week two. I think they will finish the year with four wins, which is a big step in the right direction after only winning one game the last two seasons.

Jason Dayee: 7-5

As we enter a new season for Wildcat football, here are my predictions for the upcoming season. With our newly formed team along with some returning players, I think this team has a chance to make a big noise in the Pac-12. The Wildcats open their season at San Diego State, which is always a formidable team. I think the Wildcats lose this first game and start the season 0-1. Their next four games are against Mississippi State, North Dakota State, the University of California, Berkeley and the University of Colorado at Boulder. I think the Wildcats split these four games and after their first five games of the season they are 2-3. Now, as I mentioned before, I think this is the year that the Wildcats can start to make a lot of noise in the Pac-12, and while I anticipate they’ll get off to a slow start to the season, I also think they’ll pick things up another level towards the second half of the season.


The Wildcat’s next five games are against the University of Oregon, University of Washington, USC, University of Utah and UCLA. As most football fans know, these are some of the best Pac-12 football schools, but I think this is the year the Arizona Wildcats stand out from the rest. Through this five-game stretch, I predict the Wildcats go 4-1 to now sit at 6-4 heading into their final game of the season against ASU. Now, as many Arizona students know, this game is always personal for both schools, and ASU has outplayed the Arizona Wildcats lately, but I think that ends this season. I predict the Wildcats will finish their regular season strong and beat ASU here at home. Finishing his season with a 7-5 record, which is a big step up from our 1-9 record last season.

Cole Johnson: 7-5

My win prediction for the Wildcats this coming season is a win in a bowl game with a 7-5 record. I think Jayden de Laura will show up in his second season with 25-plus touchdowns spread across the top three receivers and running backs like Drake Anderson.

Delaney Penn: 7-5

I think this is going to be a year full of ups and downs. I predict Arizona will win seven games this season and lose five. His toughest game will be against the University of Southern California. I think they will dominate against North Dakota State University. With all the new top recruits added to the roster, I think they will play a vital role in your overall record.

Poor Alex: 4-8

An improved depth chart aided by Jedd Fisch’s transfer portal acquisitions will make a notable difference from the 2021 roster. Second-year quarterback Jayden de Laura will also look to stabilize Arizona’s offense after be transferred from the state of Washington. My prediction is that they will get wins over San Diego State, North Dakota State, Colorado and ASU.

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