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  • ESPN coming to Tucson for Arizona basketball

    The last time the Arizona and Washington played was in the Pac-10 Championship game, when the Huskies won 77-75 in overtime. The time before that the teams met at the McKale Center in Tucson and the Wildcats, thanks to a last-second block by Derrick Williams, escaped with an 87-86 victory. The teams combined for a […]
  • UA coach Stoops aiming for next level

    The University of Arizona Wildcats have been to a bowl game for three straight seasons, accomplishing the feat for the first time in the school’s history. Heading into his eighth season in Tucson, head coach Mike Stoops says the goal is to get to the next level. “We’re looking to try and make another jump, […]
  • UA QB Foles says he must improve for team to get better

    The Arizona Wildcats started last season 7-1 and held Rose Bowl aspirations. The team finished the season 7-6, and having lost their entire offensive line as well as a few defensive stars, expectations for the team are not exactly high as they enter season number one in the Pac-12. The one sure thing on the […]
  • Lute Olson involved in possible ponzi scheme

    In 2009, Lute Olson retired from coaching and probably expected to step out of the limelight. While that may have happened for a couple of brief years, the former University of Arizona head basketball coach is back in the news for all the wrong reasons. Olson was named as one of many Division I coaches […]
  • UA’s Criner expected to be ready for season

    Arizona Wildcats fans can breathe a sigh of relief Tuesday as it appears star receiver Juron Criner will be ready for the 2011 season. According to the Arizona Daily Star, Arizona Head Coach Mike Stoops said Criner is “fine” and “here and ready to go.” “We anticipate having Juron,” he said. “He had some family […]
  • Arizona’s newest player could recruit more top talent

    It’s like a domino effect, really. When one top recruit signs with Sean Miller and the Arizona Wildcats, more seem to follow. After all, the more good players around the more success the team will have, and the UA is poised to be very successful in the near future. According to the Arizona Daily Star, […]
  • Arizona’s Foles, Criner on Maxwell Award list

    The Arizona Wildcats, if nothing else, should be able to score some points this season. Seniors Nick Foles and Juron Criner were both named to the Maxwell Award list. Named for sportswriter Robert W. “Tiny” Maxwell, the award has been given to America’s most outstanding college football player, as voted on by the club’s selection […]
  • Two highly touted recruits visit Wildcats in Tucson

    PHOENIX – The campus at the University of Arizona is mostly empty with students on summer break, but that isn’t stopping the college from showing off to potential future basketball players. The Wildcats hosted two high-level 2012-13 recruits, New Hampshire big man Kaleb Tarczewski and California guard Gabe York this month. Both seem intrigued with […]
  • Wildcats could be without top WR this season

    The 2011 Arizona Wildcats football season could take a hit before the games even begin. According to a report by the Arizona Daily Star, senior receiver Juron Criner may be out for a while. All-Pac-10 receiver Juron Criner might not be available for training camp in August. Criner’s status for the 2011 season remains uncertain […]
  • UA coach Miller to attend draft with Williams

    Wonder how much Sean Miller’s players appreciate their head coach? According to the Tucson Citizen, Miller will leave Tucson Thursday morning to join Williams, his family and friends at the draft. This will be Miller’s first trip to the draft. “More than anything, I’m just so excited for Derrick and his family. So rarely do […]
  • Wildcats bring 7-footer in for unofficial visit

    Sean Miller is continuing his strong recruiting efforts, bringing 7-footer Kaleb Tarczewski for an unofficial visit. Tarczewski, who is also being recruited by Kansas and North Carolina, said there is plenty to like about Arizona. “Coach (Sean) Miller is a great guy. I really like how he does things. He came to the school this […]
  • Miller flirted with Maryland, gets more money

    It was assumed Sean Miller would receive a boost in pay after taking the University of Arizona basketball team to the Elite Eight. His flirtation with Maryland all but assured it. The Arizona Daily Star reports Miller will receive another $100,000 per year on top of his base salary through 2016, when his contract extension […]
  • MoMo Jones lands with Iona Gaels

    The second it was announced guard MoMo Jones was planning on transferring speculation as to where he would go started to swirl. Though St. John’s was the early favorite, it was not his school of choice. Iona just picked up a huge commitment in Arizona transfer Momo Jones, according to a source.less than a minute […]
  • Wildcats add a quarterback to 2012 class

    The University of Arizona has added a quarterback to their 2012 recruiting class. Nate Sudfeld, a 6-foor-5, 220 pound quarterback from Modesto Christian High School in Modesto, Calif. committed to the Wildcats. Sudfeld is the fourth player, and second quarterback, to commit to UA’s 2012 class and chose the Wildcats over other Pac-12 schools Stanford, […]
  • Derrick Williams craves competition NBA brings

    PHOENIX – Most college players who declare early for the NBA Draft make that choice because they crave the big salary and lavish lifestyle that awaits them. Former University of Arizona forward Derrick Williams was compelled to declare early to play in the NBA for a different reason. “I like the competition. Every night you […]