Tetairoa McMillan just makes the sensational look routine.

The Arizona wideout extended his streak of consecutive games with a touchdown to three Saturday afternoon against Colorado with a one-handed snag in the corner of the endzone. Arizona opened the third quarter with a five-play, 75-yard touchdown march to tie the game at 24-24.

On first-and-goal from the Colorado 2, quarterback Noah Fifita found McMillan one-on-one with CU star Travis Hunter.

It was the fourth catch of the game for McMillan, who has become the go-to target for Fifita since the former Servite passer took the reins. Both played together in high school and the connection has been seamless in Tucson.

McMillan has at least four catches in every game since the opener. With Fifita at quarterback, he had produced 31 receptions for 412 yards and four touchdowns over the previous five games.

Entering the day, McMillan was the team’s leading receiver with 753 yards and seven touchdowns.

Arizona spent the entire first half chasing Colorado. Opening up the third quarter with a quick-strike touchdown march was huge for the Wildcats in flipping momentum in the game. After McMillan’s touchdown, Arizona was able to force a punt after six plays to take back over.