Right now Arizona is on a path it certainly doesn’t want to be on.
It’s time to start planning ahead.
Instead of replacing resigned coordinator Ed Rush, the Pac-12 has blown up its officiating structure.
Is it pressure or pleasure?
The Arizona Wildcats’ 2013 struggles can be summed up in the six words uttered by coach Andy Lopez this week.
While questioning both the turnover call and technical foul that led to Sean Miller’s postgame protests last month, former Pac-12 officials coordinator Ed Rush said Friday he had an “enormous amount” of respect for the Arizona Wildcats’ coach.
Arizona Wildcats coach Sean Miller barely missed some big contract bonuses this season, but he could make up for it all this weekend.
Whether it’s been at West Virginia, Michigan or even Glenville State, Rich Rodriguez has the same goal when it comes to spring practice.
Allen Crabbe fell asleep on the team bus Friday from Tempe to Tucson.
The Arizona Wildcats will have a new starter everywhere but pitcher when they take the field for the first time today.
There’s only one Pac-12 school left on Sean Miller’s list, and the Arizona Wildcats coach is hoping to erase it tonight.
What could be the nation’s luckiest unbeaten team received another break of sorts Friday.
Jim Mora doesn’t know David Shaw as well as his dad Willie, his former contemporary as an NFL secondary coach.
Jake Fischer grew up in Southern Arizona, and committed to the UA without much of a thought.
Dear Mr. Football: Do UA fans historically show a lot of patience after losing to the Sun Devils?
SALT LAKE CITY — Sometime tonight, Ka’Deem Carey will rip off another one of his trademark long runs or dive head-first — somersault, really — into the Rice-Eccles Stadium end zone for a short touchdown.
Ka’Deem Carey has never been to Salt Lake City before, set foot in Rice-Eccles Stadium or played Utah on the road.
For years, fans in Southern Arizona have been able to watch nearly every Arizona basketball game on television as long as they had access to local channels and regional sports networks.
When Tra’Mayne Bondurant cracked the Arizona Wildcats’ starting lineup in 2011, he was a rarity: a true freshman who worked hard and caught a break.