Wildcats' Miracle Rally Beats Nevada

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ALBUQUERQUE — The Arizona Wildcats were doomed. 

Then, they pulled off one of the most stunning finishes in bowl history. 

Quarterback Matt Scott threw two touchdown passes in the final 42 seconds, and the UA stunned Nevada 49-48 at the New Mexico Bowl. The second score, a 2-yard pass to Tyler Slavin, tied the game with 19 seconds remaining; kicker John Bonano hit the point-after kick to give the UA its first lead of the game, played in front of 24,610 at University Stadium.  

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