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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Arizona Football ends its season with a win. The second straight in a bowl game under head coach Rich Rodriguez as the Wildcats make it look easy in Shreveport beating Boston College 42-19.

Our David Kelly is joined by UA tight end Glenn Howell ('85) each Sunday night on FOX 11 Tucson Now to dissect Arizona Football.

This week in the season finale the guys debate the merits of the Rich Rod to Louisville rumors and which is a better football destination, plus Ka'deem Carey's future, B.J. Denker's legacy, what's next for the program and the role of fans and donors in the continuing evolution of the Wildcats Football program.

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