Arizona football had a 9 a.m. PT kickoff Saturday on the road against Houston, and it appears the Wildcats weren't quite awake and ready for the Cougars.

Less than three minutes into the game, Houston had a 7-0 lead, thanks to D'Eriq King's 24-yard pass to Marquez Stevenson for the game's first score. Combine that with Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate throwing a pick on the next drive and two more unanswered touchdowns - including King's 52-yarder to Romello Brooker - and the Wildcats were down, 21-0 after the first 15 minutes.

Not good for Arizona's new coach Kevin Sumlin, who was fired last year by Texas A&M and already has an 0-1 record following a Week 1 loss to BYU.

Needless to say, the internet was not kind to Sumlin and his Wildcats for digging themselves into such a deep hole early on.


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