Arizona assistant coach David Lockwood teaches Richard Morrison the proper way to recover a fumble.
In his four-plus years with the Arizona Wildcats, senior Richard Morrison has played quarterback, receiver, punt returner and cornerback.
Blake Brady (46), Yamen Sanders (10) and Scooby Wright (31) are part of a defense that has been impressive through the first six days of fall camp.
Defenders run to the next drill at Fort Huachuca. The Wildcats, who have come here six straight years, practiced for about two hours Friday.
"They're talking to each other and hanging around each other and I think you have to have that to get close as a team," said UA coach Rich Rodriguez of the stay at Fort Huachuca.
FORT HUACHUCA - Cornerback Richard Morrison and linebacker Marquis Flowers both hesitated and then gave the same answer.
The Wildcats won’t have drills at Fort Huachuca this summer, though they will spend one night on the Army post. The team opens camp on Aug. 2 with an evening practice.
PHOENIX - For a few hours Friday night, it felt like football season.
The Arizona Wildcats were running through a drill recently in practice when B.J. Denker threw a pass that was broken up nicely by a cornerback for an incompletion.
Arizona returned to using white helmets toward the end of the Mike Stoops era, and often paired the lid with white pants. Arizona's Richard Morrison scored on a 63-yard punt return against Washington last fall.
Richard Morrison caught the Washington punt at the UA's 37-yard line, cut and ran to daylight.
Richard Morrison caught the Washington punt at the UA’s 37-yard line, cut and ran to daylight.
It's a little mind-blowing, Matt Scott admits, to watch video of what's going on in his head taken from the side of his skull. Reviewing, on film, a replay of exactly what his eyes saw earlier.
It’s a little mind-blowing, Matt Scott admits, to watch video of what’s going on in his head taken from the side of his skull. Reviewing, on film, a replay of exactly what his eyes saw earlier.