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  • ASU, Arizona football schedules released for 2019

    Arizona State and Arizona released their entire 2019 football schedules on Tuesday with game times to be announced at a later date.
  • 2 Sun Devils, 4 Wildcats make Pac-12’s All-Academic teams

    The Pac-12's All-Academic teams had a fair share of representation from the two Arizona universities in the conference.
  • Brandon Randolph leads Arizona to road win over UConn

    Brandon Randolph scored 20 points and Chase Jeter added 14 as Arizona held off UConn 76-72 on Sunday.
  • Mannion and House preview future ASU-Arizona basketball matchups

    Arizona-recruit Nico Mannion squared up against ASU-recruit Jaelen House on the high school hardwood and the two did not disappoint.
  • Chase Jeter’s double-double leads Arizona to win over Georgia Southern

    Arizona center Chase Jeter had 18 points and 10 rebounds in a 100-70 Wildcats win over Georgia Southern.
  • Arizona, Arizona State looking competitive after first few weeks

    Just a few weeks into the season, Arizona and Arizona State have both impressed and may be forces in the Pac-12 down the stretch.
  • Relive ASU’s Territorial Cup win with a 98.7 FM special Wednesday night

    Relive ASU's Territorial Cup comeback win over the Arizona Wildcats by tuning to 98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station on Wednesday from 6-8 p.m.
  • Sean Miller visually demonstrates top 2019 recruiting signings

    Sean Miller visually demonstrated his possession of four top signings in recruitment on Tuesday.
  • Arizona State just outside top-25 in latest men’s basketball AP Poll

    Arizona State basketball is on the brink of climbing into the Top 25. In the latest AP Top 25 Poll, the Sun Devils received the most votes with 156. Last season, ASU finished 20-12 with a trip to the NCAA Tournament, Hurley's first as head coach of the Sun Devils in his third season.
  • Arizona game-winning FG attempt just wide as ASU takes Territorial Cup

    Arizona kicker Josh Pollack drilled four field goals in the Territorial Cup against ASU but missed a 48-yard attempt that would have won the game.
  • Aerial attack works for Tate and Wilkins early in Territorial Cup

    Khalil Tate racked up 130 yards passing with one touchdown in the first quarter, including a 47-yard pass to Shawn Poindexter.
  • Arizona basketball adds another top recruit in Zeke Nnaji

    Power forward Zeke Nnaji from Minnesota has committed to the Arizona Wildcats next season, making them the No. 1 recruiting class in 247Sports’ rankings for 2019. Nnaji is ranked No. 35 in the class of 2019 by 247Sports.
  • Benjamin, Taylor commanding Arizona, Arizona State offenses

    Arizona State's Eno Benjamin and Arizona's J.J. Taylor have been among the best backs in the Pac-12. They square off in the Territorial Cup.
  • By the numbers: Khalil Tate’s season before the Duel in the Desert

    Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate has been up and down this season. Here is a look at his performance this year by the numbers.
  • Sun Devils vs. Wildcats: A look back at Territorial Cup history

    The first Territorial Cup of the Herm Edwards and Kevin Sumlin eras for ASU and Arizona comes down to fighting for pride and perhaps better bowl offerings.
  • Arizona Sports’ keys to the Territorial Cup battle between ASU and Arizona

    The Territorial Cup. The Duel in the Desert. It's a fight between the Arizona State Sun Devils and Arizona Wildcats. How will it end in 2018?
  • Arizona State preparing for ‘bowl game atmosphere’ against Arizona

    A year after snatching the Territorial Cup, Arizona State heads to Tucson for this year's game, hoping to squash Arizona's bowl game hopes.
  • Territorial Cup features familiar foes in ASU’s Edwards, Arizona’s Sumlin

    For the first time in Territorial Cup history, Kevin Sumlin and Herm Edwards will square off Saturday, but this is far from their first meeting.
  • Arizona falls to No. 8 Auburn, finishes fourth in Maui

    Arizona lost its second straight game in the Maui Invitational to a top-10 opponent, falling to No.8 Auburn and finishing fourth in the tournament.
  • Arizona’s strong upset bid comes up short against No. 3 Gonzaga

    Arizona led No. 3 Gonzaga by eight poitns at halftime but slowly fell apart in the second half and couldn't pull off the upset in Maui.