Rich Rodriguez had a plan, and — for a while — it seemed like a good one.
The Arizona Wildcats coach wanted to use receiver Terrence Miller and his 6-foot-4-inch, 234-pound frame as a tight end.
It was a way to create a mismatch inside, using Miller’s speed and athleticism and give the UA a new wrinkle on offense.
And then Austin Hill tore his ACL. A couple of months later, Tyler Slavin and Jarrell Bennett left the program, and David Richards had offseason surgery that is expected to slow him at the beginning of fall camp.
So what happens to the coach’s master plan now?
Read this entire article in Wednesday's Arizona Daily Star.