Former Arizona Wildcats quarterback Nick Foles scampers for a 7-yard touchdown late in the first quarter to give the Eagles a 7-0 lead over the Panthers.
PHILADELPHIA - Nick Foles looked sharp, Michael Vick was nearly flawless, and the Eagles' quarterback competition remains close.
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.
Anu Solomon hands off to running back Ka'Deem Carey during Arizona's first practice. Solomon is in the mix for the starting quarterback job.
Coach Rich Rodriguez and lineman Chris Putton go airborne during Saturday. The Cats finished 8-5 in Rodriguez's first season last year.
Quarterback B.J. Denker throws a pass during UA's first practice of the year at Kindall/Sancet Stadium.
Arizona Wildcats coach Rich Rodriguez stood at midfield at Kindall/Sancet Stadium on Saturday night in his red UA T-shirt, blue hat and khaki shorts for one final pep talk.
Quarterback Jesse Scroggins, a USC transfer, has a shot to be the starter when Arizona opens its season against NAU on Aug. 30.
Wildcats receiver Garic Wharton is expected to see an increase in playing time after catching 19 passes for 264 yards in 2012.
Offensive linemen Jacob Arzouman, left, and Beau Boyster, right, will battle with Steven Gurrola to be the team's starting center this season.
Who knows how long it will last, but when the Arizona Wildcats take the field tonight at 6:30 for their first practice of fall camp, they will be on coach Rich Rodriguez's good side.
In practice, the Arizona Wildcats' offensive players wear white jerseys and the defense wears blue.
It was a disaster-preparedness drill, football-style, and Kyle Dugandzic was putting out fires.
Freshman offensive lineman Zach Hemmila slips while trying to cross water on a cable. The Cats, ending their four-day camp near Sierra Vista, were to resume practice on the UA campus today.
The Arizona Wildcats pulled back the curtain on their reconfigured football team Saturday night.