How does University of Arizona head football coach Rich Rodriguez's record over his first two years stack up against the marks set by his predecessors?
The Arizona Wildcats have one practice and one scrimmage left this spring.
Dakota Conwell stood on the Arizona Wildcats sideline, where he spent most of his time as a freshman.
Recruiting in college football is undoubtedly a marathon.
The question posed to Austin Hill was an easy one.
The Arizona Wildcats have faced more than their share of adversity this season.
Rich Rodriguez lost the 50th game of his Division I head coaching career Saturday night, which ordinarily would have no more meaning than No. 49 or No. 22.
Saturday's game officially ended at 10:43 p.m., after Oregon State's Rashaad Reynolds intercepted Arizona Wildcats quarterback Matt Scott near midfield.
The biggest surprise in a season that has, so far, been full of them is easy to count but tougher to quantify: tackling.
In the post-game mob scene at Arizona Stadium, as quarterback Matt Scott conducted the band in "Bear Down, Arizona," Raquel Rodriguez found her father in the crowd, took a running start and jumped into his arms, an embrace that probably meant as much to Rich Rodriguez as hanging 59 points on…
Dear Mr. Football: If you beat someone, anyone, even Savannah State, 84-0, can you possibly lose a week later?
We knew Matt Scott could throw, and his running skills are no secret. But this punting thing? Nobody saw that coming.
OSU running back Joseph Randle flips into the end zone for one of his two scores in last year's game.
Cayman Bundage, right, is one of two Oklahoma high school products on the UA roster.
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Oklahoma State's starting five offensive linemen come from Webb City, Mo.; Cape Coral, Fla.; and three cities - Killeen, McKinney and Arlington - in Texas. Together, they tip the scales at exactly 1,553 pounds. The five would be considered heavy if they weren't also so tall, an average of 6 …
Matt Scott set career highs in passing yards and total yards and threw a game-winning touchdown pass in last week's 24-17 overtime victory over Toledo.
He was almost an Arthur. An aunt intervened shortly before the boy was born, however, suggesting a regal name that would carry some cachet. The parents bought in.
Senior Taimi Tutogi played about 40 snaps on offense and 20 on defense Saturday against Toledo. "We need him to play that many," his coach said.