Arizona Wildcats athletic director Dave Heeke held a Zoom conference on August 14 to discuss the financial fallout of no UA sports until 2021, the reasons why the Pac-12 went through went the postponement and what the future holds for the 2021 sports season.
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Alec has been with the Star since October 2019. He writes stories and produces digital content primarily about the Arizona Wildcats. Alec graduated from the University of Arizona in May 2020.
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