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Andy Wittry | NCAA.com | October 29, 2017

WATCH: Tate continues to run wild, has 82-yard scamper

  Khalil Tate ran for Arizona's longest play of the season.

Arizona recorded its longest play of the season in the second quarter of its Pac-12 showdown against No. 15 Washington State, when quarterback Khalil Tate broke off an 82-yard scamper that nearly resulted in a touchdown before he was knocked out of bounds at Washington State's 2-yard line.

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If you've missed Tate's previous highlight-reel runs, we'll get you up to speed. The 6-2 sophomore started the season as the Wildcats' backup but has taken over as the team's starting signal caller, adding a dynamic wrinkle to Arizona's offense. He rushed for 327 yards and four touchdowns against Colorado, 230 yards and two touchdowns against UCLA and 137 yards and one touchdown against California. He entered Week 9 with 780 rushing yards this season.

He now has a run of at least 70 yards in four straight games, tying for the longest FBS streak over the past decade, per ESPN Stats & Info.

Check out Tate's latest long run below.

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