The Arizona Wildcats had a season wins total of 2.5 games last year. The upcoming season is no different with the Arizona Football 2o22 season wins total set again at 2.5 games by all of the major Arizona sports betting operators like DraftKings Arizona.
Arizona last season hit the under by finishing the season with a 1-11 record, including a 1-8 mark in the Pac-12 conference, but after adding some talent to its roster in the offseason, Arizona football could see a better season in 2022.
Arizona Wildcats Season Wins Total For 2022
Even though the University of Arizona Wildcats have one of the best recruiting classes in 2022, sportsbooks still have their win total set low.
|Arizona Sportsbook||Win Total||Over||Under|
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Arizona Football 2022 Season’s New Players
On top of an exciting recruiting class, Arizona football received some impressive players in the transfer portal. Led by head coach Jedd Fisch, this season’s roster is one of the most appealing in years for the Wildcats.
After the big recruitment push, the Wildcats have seen a number of top prospects commit to the University, giving hope of setting up the program for success in the coming years. Some of the leading recruits include 3-star Texas cornerback Carter Stoutmire, 3-star DL Lucas Conti from California, and DL Tylen Gonzalez from New Mexico.
Quarterback Jayden DeLaura came over from Washington State, and WR Jacob Cowing transferred from UTEP. LB Anthony Solomon joined from Michigan, DE Hunter Echols came from USC, and S DJ Warnell Jr. transferred from UCLA. One of the most significant transfers is CB Isaiah Ruthered from Notre Dame.
Arizona Football 2022 Schedule
Of course, one of the biggest games of the year for the Wildcats will be the Territorial Cup against rivals Arizona State. The Sun Devils have won the big game the past five years.
|Arizona Wildcats 2022 Schedule|
|Sat. Sept. 3||at San Diego State|
|Sat. Sept. 10||vs Mississippi State|
|Sat. Sept. 17||vs North Dakota State|
|Sat. Sept. 24||at California|
|Sat. Oct. 1||vs Colorado|
|Sat. Oct. 8||vs Oregon|
|Sat. Oct. 15||at Washington|
|Sat. Oct. 29||vs USC|
|Sat. Nov 5.||at Utah|
|Sat. Nov. 12||at UCLA|
|Sat. Nov. 19||vs Washington State|
|Fri. Nov. 25||vs Arizona State (Territorial Cup)|
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