More short stuff: Freshman 'RhettRod' was key to Catalina Foothills turnaround

2013-11-09T19:47:00Z 2013-11-09T20:09:58Z More short stuff: Freshman 'RhettRod' was key to Catalina Foothills turnaround Arizona Daily Star
November 09, 2013 7:47 pm

Although there is little historical perspective, and no known records, Catalina Foothills’ Rhett Rodriguez probably had the most productive season in Tucson history for a varsity freshman quarterback. The son of Arizona Wildcats football coach Rich Rodriguez finished with 1,480 passing yards, 12 touchdowns and a terrific .674 completion percentage. The Falcons went from 0-10 to 8-3 under first-year coach Jeff Scurran; the future is indeed promising.

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