Tuitama broke the Arizona single-game passing record to help lead Arizona to a come-from-behind, 48-41, win over Washington in Seattle last Saturday. The third-year signal caller was 38-for-51 for 510 yards and five TDs against the Huskies. He finished the contest with 517 yards of total offense (510 yards passing, seven rushing), the third-most by any player in Pac-10 history. Trailing 41-26 early in the fourth quarter, Tuitama led the Cats back by going 13-for-14 for 140 yards and three scores in the final 12 minutes of the game. He completed his last 11 straight pass attempts and threw for scores of 33, 2 and 27 yards in the final frame to rally Arizona. Additionally, he tossed a 66-yard TD pass, UA's longest play from scrimmage this season, in the first quarter and hit his tight end for a 51-yard score in the second quarter. Tuitama broke Arizona single-season records for TD passes (21) and completions (257) in the win.