Chuck Cecil tackles Toledo tailback Kevin Farmer in the UA's 23-10 victory in 1985. Ron Medvescek / Arizona Daily Star

Ron Medvescek / Arizona Daily Star

In his first career start, a 23-10 victory over Toledo, Cecil ignited his reputation. He basically "hit for the cycle" in ’85, blocking punts against Georgia and UCLA, tackling a Toledo punter on the 1-yard line and recovering an Oregon punt in the end zone. He also had his first of 20 career interceptions that night.

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