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Wildcats trying to fix what was one of nation's worst units in recent years.

Arizona football coach Rich Rodriguez and his staff boarded private jets last week to begin a 17-city recruiting journey unlike any in UA hist…

ESPN surveyed coaches anonymously about their Pac-12 brethren, including Arizona.

New start times of 2:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. are announced for games on Pac-12 Networks.

Texas receiver recruit lists Arizona as a top candidate. 

The Wildcats are excluded from a prominent website's ranking of the top 100 players in college football. 

“It was a very good day,” Arizona AD Greg Byrne said about Thursday's league meetings.

'I think we can be nationally successful and competing for conference championships,' he says.

Watson is the second defensive tackle to join the Wildcats' recruiting class for 2017.

Schools again will be allowed to conduct camps off campus. Also: How high could Will Parks go?

Arizona coach participates in Pac-12's spring wrap-up conference call.

Coach reiterates that the Wildcats’ competition is real.

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Cats often face difficulties recruiting out of state.

Rich Rodriguez thinks class will be one of best in UA history.

Critical issues remain unresolved on both sides of the ball for Rodriguez, Cats.

The Wildcats coach discusses a variety of topics, including personnel and recruiting.

Do Wright's combine numbers matter? Rodriguez discusses that topic and others.

Scouting reports on Dane Cruikshank, DaVonte' Neal, Antonio Parks and Devin Holiday.

The Wildcats get back on the field after taking a week off for spring break.

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Golfer, friends with Mike Stoops and Rich Rodriguez, atop crowded leaderboard.