The Arizona Wildcats' busy recruiting week continued Friday.
Rich Rodriguez has made no secret of the fact that he likes to stockpile quarterbacks. The more options, the better.
Recent round of white promotions drew criticism from an association of black officers.
The Arizona Wildcats have only one senior to replace after next season, guard Jordan Mayes, but that hardly means the coaching staff can take it easy this month.
Naijiel Hale waited to declare his college choice until he was in front of an ESPN camera Tuesday night.
Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez had a productive week, receiving commitments from five athletes - one for 2013, four for 2014.
Had things worked out the way they were supposed to, Jarvis McCall would be preparing for his second season at the University of South Florida after a successful freshman campaign. He'd be wearing USF's green and gold colors and would be about as far away from Tucson as possible.
Rich Rodriguez can't travel during the spring period, but his "street cred" is still helping the Cats.
Sure, it's called the offseason.
UA pitcher Kenzie Fowler redshirted this season because of back surgery but is expected back next season and may play nearly every day.
It used to be that Mike Candrea could recruit the best high school juniors, sign them before their senior years and know exactly what he was getting.
CHICAGO - In the end, Aaron Gordon's decision to become an Arizona Wildcat didn't have to come down to a gut feeling, a word, a mood, or any other subjective factor.
Kayla Bonstrom capped last year's CDO state title season with a leap into the arms of catcher Samantha Nettling.
Rich Rodriguez was so eager, so determined, to rebuild Arizona's football roster that he worked ahead, virtually completing his 23-man recruiting class by mid-summer 2012.
Matt Dudek arrived at the Arizona Wildcats' football offices a little before 5 a.m. Wednesday with a not-so-simple assignment.