Five-star defensive tackle Kahlil McKenzie commits to Tennessee over Arizona.
The latest in a series previewing Arizona's 2014 football opponents.
Kahlil McKenzie is taking his talents and bucket hats to Knoxville, Tenn.
Five-star defensive tackle Kahlil McKenzie will choose between Arizona and Tennessee tonight.
They might as well be the Louisiana Wildcats.
Arizona dips into Louisiana for another prospect in the 2015 recruiting class.
Calvin Magee might want to think about relocating to Louisiana. At least for recruiting season.
In the latest of our "Advance Scout" series, we look at Washington State.
Cornerback Antonio Parks follows Jonathan McKnight's lead.
Excuse Rich Rodriguez if he trades in his hot dogs and burgers for some gumbo and catfish this July 4th.
Coach Steve Sarkisian has 16 starters returning from last year's 10-4 team.
The tournament announces a new home, format change starting in 2015.
A move that has been expected for months became official this morning.
The Ducks could be near top of polls when they face UA.
Arizona will open Pac-12 play against a Cal team that struggled in 2013.
Sir Thomas Jackson grew up with national team member.
Nevada isn't as explosive as its 2012 squad, but could still give Cats fits
Kahlil McKenzie is cooler than you are — let’s just get that out of the way right now.
Experienced Roadrunners from C-USA will be no pushover for the Wildcats.
A three-star recruit says he wants to play for Arizona beginning in 2015.
The Arizona Wildcats have nabbed a commitment from a three-star recruit for the second straight day.
The Arizona Wildcats went to Calvin Magee’s former stomping grounds to find his latest pupil.
Editor’s note: This is the beginning of a six-week series where we will take an early look at each of Arizona’s 12 opponents this season. Today, we look at UNLV. Up next: UTSA on Friday.
When Arizona baseball coach Andy Lopez rattled off his summer shopping list last month after finishing 22-33, it went something like this: a third baseman, a center fielder and two strong arms for the starting rotation.
Pierre Cormier’s football career is over because of a medical condition, the running back posted tonight on his public Facebook page.
Andy Lopez has some more recruiting to do.
Sammy Morrison traveled to Tucson last week with a very short wish list.
There will be no Tiger Woods sightings at the Ritz Carlton. The top European golfers won’t take over Li’l Abner’s Steakhouse for the week and Jim Furyk will have to find another time to watch his Arizona Wildcats in person.
The Arizona Wildcats are bringing some of that Desert Swarm nastiness back to the Old Pueblo.
Garic Wharton is on the move. The Arizona Wildcats receiver has left the program with one season of eligibility remaining. The Las Vegas native had 17 catches for 291 yards and two touchdowns as a redshirt junior last season.
The Arizona Wildcats are really into planning ahead.
Kendall Williams started playing football in New Orleans.
Rich Rodriguez is starting to collect running backs like he does quarterbacks.
Minutes after he helped lead the Arizona Wildcats to a win in the AdvoCare V100 Bowl, B.J. Denker made a declaration.
The first time Trent Gilbert was drafted, he ended up in detention.
Arizona Wildcats second baseman Trent Gilbert was selected by the Oakland A’s in the 15th round of the Major League Baseball draft this morning. Gilbert, a Torrance, Calif., native, was the 462nd overall pick.
Growing up in Jonesboro, Arkansas, James Farris was a St. Louis Cardinals fan. So was his mom, dad, brother, uncle, pet dog and, well, you get the idea.
James Farris is off the board.
Arizona coach Andy Lopez is going to have to do some re-recruiting.
The Arizona Wildcats will play a future home-and-home series with Mississippi State in 2022 and 2023, it was announced this morning. Arizona will host the Bulldogs in '22 and then travel to Starkville one year later for a rematch.
Tyler Parmenter’s plan seemed sensible and realistic.
Defensive tackle Kirifi Taula is no longer with the Arizona Wildcats because of lingering medical issues. The Garden Grove, Calif., native, who had one season of eligibility remaining, missed most of spring drills with a concussion.
Trevor Wood still gets the question all the time.
When putting together his first two full recruiting classes, Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez has done a lot of his heavy lifting in June.
The Arizona Wildcats are on the board in June.
Five months removed from open-heart surgery and a couple hours after one of the most humiliating losses of his career, an irate Andy Lopez pulled his gray SUV off the freeway and sat in silence.
Scrap your Black Friday shopping plans.
Get ready to bring your Thanksgiving Day leftovers to Arizona Stadium.
When Rich Rodriguez proudly announced his 2014 recruiting class back in February, there was one notable name missing — Kaelin Deboskie.