Ex-Wildcat Matt Scott who was famous among his teammates at the UA for throwing up during hot practices or while running sprints, has taken his nervous stomach to the NFL. 

Scott is now a fourth-string quarterback for the Bengals. He was captured in a preseason NFL game puking twice before throwing a touchdown. 

The puking caused a minor controversy at the UA when he threw up near the end of the Wildcats' 39-36 upset win over USC in 2012 but stayed in the game to throw a late TD. There were questions about whether it was a symptom of a concussion.

Scott said at the time he felt nauseated three or four plays before taking the hit, but managed to keep his breakfast down.

"But eventually," he said, "it came up."