Physically, Jake Smith is closing in on 100 percent. Mentally, he still has some work to do.
John Bonano did more than win a game when he hit two PATs and one onside kick in the final minute of Saturday's New Mexico Bowl.
John Bonano did more than win a game when he hit two PATs and one onside kick in the final minute of Saturday’s New Mexico Bowl.
STANFORD, Calif. — Take Campus Drive to Galvez Street to Nelson Road on a Saturday during the fall, and you’re transported to a different age.
Coach Rich Rodriguez, right, keeps an eye on kicker John Bonano at training camp. "I knew he could kick better" than he did in Week 1, Rodriguez said.
John Bonano's right leg is as powerful as it is well-maintained. So when the Arizona Wildcats' place-kicker found himself at a career crossroads a week ago, he was careful not to overdo it.
Week 1 of the 2012 college football season couldn't end soon enough for John Bonano.
Had you spent the night sitting nervously on the Stafford Tower Crane that hovers about 100 feet above Arizona Stadium, you might've scribbled a note on a paper airplane and aimed it toward UA coach Rich Rodriguez.
Rich Rodriguez was a young assistant when venerable Florida State coach Bobby Bowden taught him a lesson about rebuilding.
Toledo's Jermaine Robinson returns an interception during the second half of Arizona's 24-17 win over the Rockets on Saturday night.
It was a disaster-preparedness drill, football-style, and Kyle Dugandzic was putting out fires.
It was a disaster preparedness drill, football-style, and Kyle Dugandžić was putting out fires.