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  • Arizona basketball’s Ira Lee cited, released for DUI

    Arizona Wildcats sophomore basketball player Ira Lee was cited and later released for driving under the influence Saturday, the university said in a statement.
  • N’Keal Harry, Khalil Tate in top 20 of ESPN Class of 2016 re-rankings

    After solid seasons last year, both N'Keal Harry and Khalil Tate have moved up the board in ESPN's Class of 2016 re-rankings.
  • Arizona football receives votes, begins outside AP top-25

    The Arizona Wildcats received 28 points in the preseason Associated Press top-25 poll released Monday morning, putting them six spots outside the initial top-25 list for the 2018 college football season.
  • Cactus Bowl renamed to Cheez-It Bowl beginning in 2018

    The Chase Field-based college football bowl game previously known as the Cactus Bowl was rebranded as the Cheez-It Bowl after a multi-year agreement was reached.
  • Khalil Tate enters 2018 ready to lead Arizona under high expectations

    Khalil Tate wasn't expected to start for the Arizona Wildcats a year ago, but more than his stronghold on the quarterback job has changed since August 2017.
  • Arizona included in Pinnacle star Nico Mannion’s top 4 schools

    The five-star guard from Pinnacle has kept busy over summer, playing in Steph Curry's summer camp and debuting for the Italy National Team.
  • Arizona DB Scottie Young Jr. will rejoin team, suspended one game

    Arizona sophomore defensive back Scottie Young Jr. will rejoin the team and be suspended for the team's opener against BYU, the school announced Friday night.
  • Khalil Tate makes Sports Illustrated cover, Arizona makes mag’s top-20

    Sports Illustrated not only thinks highly of Khalil Tate, who appeared on a cover of their 2018 college football preview edition, but of the Arizona Wildcats as a whole.
  • Arizona’s Tate not in top 10, ASU’s Harry left out of ESPN’s top 50

    Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate and Arizona State wide receiver N'Keal Harry have both played well during their collegiate careers.Tate enters the season as the No. 19 best player, while Harry found himself snubbed off the list.
  • Power rankings mirror Pac-12 media’s expectations for ASU, Arizona

    Like the Pac-12 preseason media poll rankings, college football prognosticators aren't high on Arizona State but expect a bit out of Arizona in 2018.
  • Difference between Edwards, Sumlin highlighted at Pac-12 Media Day

    New coaches Kevin Sumlin and Herm Edwards shared the stage on Wednesday at Pac-12 Media Day. The differences between the two new hires were on full display, setting the stage for a new era of college football in the state
  • College football watch list tracker: ASU’s Harry up for Hornung Award

    Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate and Arizona State quarterback Manny Wilkins made two college football preseason watch lists as the summer rolls on.
  • Arizona’s Sumlin discusses rebuilding strategies, program strengths

    Arizona Wildcats first-year head coach Kevin Sumlin isn't going to change much in his latest stop as a college football head coach.
  • Arizona’s Khalil Tate to B/R: Tweet during coaching search was strategic

    Khalil Tate isn't hiding his intentions about a January tweet that may or may not have turned the Arizona Wildcats' coaching search away from Navy's Ken Niumatalolo and toward Kevin Sumlin.
  • Pac-12 expands pilot program to shorten length of football games

    The Pac-12 conference is expanding a pilot program introduced during the 2017 season to try and shorten the length of football games. The program was used in 15 games last season and will be expanded to 30 in 2018.