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The Wildcats have 17 early commitments in the class of 2017, but it’s not an eye-opening group. Most are two- and three-star prospects. That’s…

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  • By Raymond Farrish Special to the Arizona Daily Star

With the drum roll already beating for Rich Rodriguez’s removal as University of Arizona’s football coach, it’s time for a little reflection.

UA head football coach Rich Rodriguez discusses injuries and upcoming game against Oregon State. 

Tucson is featured in a new ESPN College GameDay/Chevy Silverado commercial. 

The Arizona football coach was on fire at Pac-12 Media Day with stories and one-liners.

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 pred…

  • Daniel Berk Arizona Daily Star

The Arizona Wildcats have one practice and one scrimmage left this spring.

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Dakota Conwell

  • Daniel Berk Arizona Daily Star

Dakota Conwell stood on the Arizona Wildcats sideline, where he spent most of his time as a freshman.

  • Daniel Berk Arizona Daily Star

Recruiting in college football is undoubtedly a marathon.

  • Daniel Berk Arizona Daily Star

The question posed to Austin Hill was an easy one.

  • Ryan Finley Arizona Daily Star

The Arizona Wildcats have faced more than their share of adversity this season.

  • Greg Hansen Arizona Daily Star

Rich Rodriguez lost the 50th game of his Division I head coaching career Saturday night, which ordinarily would have no more meaning than No. …

  • Ryan Finley Arizona Daily Star

Saturday's game officially ended at 10:43 p.m., after Oregon State's Rashaad Reynolds intercepted Arizona Wildcats quarterback Matt Scott near…

  • Ryan Finley Arizona Daily Star

The biggest surprise in a season that has, so far, been full of them is easy to count but tougher to quantify: tackling.

  • Greg Hansen Arizona Daily Star

In the post-game mob scene at Arizona Stadium, as quarterback Matt Scott conducted the band in "Bear Down, Arizona," Raquel Rodriguez found he…

  • Greg Hansen Arizona Daily Star

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.