Greg and Ryan wonder (again!) if Khalil Tate can keep it up, preview a busy week of basketball and take their crack at predictions. (Hint: Arizona should beat Eastern New Mexico in basketball).
- Arizona Wildcats in College Football Playoff rankings? 'It doesn't mean much ... you've gotta keep grinding'
- While Arizona’s offense piles up points and yards, Wildcats’ offensive line pitches a shutout
- Surging Arizona Wildcats are No. 22 in initial College Football Playoff rankings
- Concussion forces ex-Arizona QB Anu Solomon to leave Baylor; Wildcats prep for 'playoff' game vs. USC
- Just call him Mr. October: Behind Khalil Tate, Arizona Wildcats go deep often during 4-game streak
- Arizona Wildcats QB Khalil Tate named Pac-12 Offensive Player of Week for record 4th straight time
- Arizona Wildcats rewind: Five takeaways from the UA’s 58-37 victory over Washington State
- Arizona Wildcats' home finale vs. Oregon State to begin at 8:15 p.m., air on ESPN2
- Arizona Wildcats are ranked, and they’re among the youngest teams in the nation
- Arizona Wildcats are No. 23 in AP Top 25, first appearance in poll since 2015
- Arizona Wildcats' game at USC to kick off at 7:45 p.m. on ESPN
- Photos: No. 3 Arizona cruises by Eastern New Mexico 91-63 in exhibition game
- Hansen's video notebook: After undefeated October, Wildcats facing tough November
- Q&A with ex-'Desert Swarm' DB and Pueblo football head coach Brandon Sanders
- Khalil Tate for Heisman? We break down the Arizona QB's chances
- The Wildcast, Episode 37: Who’s the bigger sensation, Khalil Tate or Deandre Ayton? Plus, USC-Arizona preview
- The Wildcast, Episode 38: Vantage point on USC, Khalil Tate vs. Sam Darnold
- Wildcats game day breakdown: USC ties run in the family; Arizona savoring every opportunity
- Hansen's Sunday Notebook: Four gems about college basketball's unofficially official opening weekend
- Live fan chat: No. 22 Arizona Wildcats (6-2, 4-1) at No. 17 USC Trojans (7-2, 5-1)
- The Wildcast, Episode 43: Book pleads not guilty. Here’s what it means
I don't know about you, but many days my work email fills up faster than I can keep up with it. I start to wonder, if everyone's email is the same as mine, how many people actually see any of the emails that are sent out?