GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Might this be Zach Frazer's shining moment?
Connecticut ranked 112th in the nation in passing yards and 113th in passing efficiency this season. Frazer was benched for ineffectiveness four games into the season before coming back to lead the five-game winning streak that got the Huskies to the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.
Still, his season-high for passing yards is 205, and that came in the opener, a blowout loss at Michigan. He never eclipsed 200 yards again. In fact, three times he passed for fewer than 100 yards. He completed just 52.7 percent of his passes with five touchdowns and four interceptions.
There is little to suggest he could, say, pass for 220 or so yards with a couple of touchdown passes, particularly against an Oklahoma secondary that ranks 13th in the nation in pass efficiency defense.
But that very well might be what he NEEDS to do if the Huskies are to win.
It's not the most plausible storyline. But it's the sort of thing that happens when a team pulls a shocking upset during the bowl season.
And remember the Huskies had plenty of time to add some wrinkles to their offense, considering they last played on Dec. 4.