Four months ago, when the Tucson temperatures were still enjoyable, Arizona Wildcats coach Rich Rodriguez sat outside his office and offered his thoughts on his 2013 team.
UA's Austin Hill, who ranked No. 2 in the Pac-12 in total receiving yards with 1,364, is recovering from a torn ACL he suffered in spring practice.
Tyler Slavin comes down with the game-winning touchdown in the closing seconds of the New Mexico Bowl in December. UA beat Nevada 49-48.
Tyler Slavin, the wide receiver who caught the game-winning touchdown pass against Nevada in the New Mexico Bowl, is no longer a member of the Arizona football team. Slavin voluntarily left the program Friday, UA spokeswoman Molly O'Mara said.
John Bonano did more than win a game when he hit two PATs and one onside kick in the final minute of Saturday’s New Mexico Bowl.
Wildcats linebacker Marquis Flowers, right, gets ready to jump on the loose ball with 40 seconds left after Arizona's onside kick. Twenty-one seconds later, Arizona scored the winning touchdown and extra point.
ALBUQUERQUE - Rich Rodriguez spent the seconds before the Arizona Wildcats' miraculous onside kick screaming at his assistants.
With a rushing title as Priority 1a, Ka'Deem Carey ran for 172 yards - and three TDs - giving him a nation-leading 1,929 yards, a 148.38 yards-per-game clip that also leads the nation.
ALBUQUERQUE - Days before he orchestrated one of the most unlikely comebacks in Arizona Wildcats football history, Matt Scott submitted his final college assignment.
In a perfect world, the Arizona Wildcats would place a sprinter at wide receiver and ask him, simply, to go deep. Usain Bolt would find a loophole in NCAA rules, develop a craving for Sonoran hot dogs and relocate to Southern Arizona.