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  • Arizona’s losing streak rises to 6 after falling to Utah

    Arizona has lost six in a row for the first time since former coach Lute Olson's first season at Arizona in 1983-84.
  • Franks scores 34 again, Washington State beats Arizona

    Arizona (14-10, 5-6) never led in its fifth straight loss, the Wildcats' longest losing streak since 1983-84, Lute Olsen's first season as coach.
  • Arizona falls to Washington 67-60 as Huskies increase Pac-12 lead

    Washington forced Arizona basketball into 20 turnovers and 37 percent shooting in a Wildcats loss Thursday night.
  • Arizona basketball begins process of firing assistant coach Mark Phelps

    The University of Arizona men's basketball program announced Wednesday night the team has begun to take the steps necessary to fire assistant head coach Mark Phelps.
  • Report: Arizona’s Sean Miller expected to be subpoenaed in trial

    An NCAA inquiry has begun to delve into coach Sean Miller and the Arizona program's involvement in the college basketball corruption trial.
  • ASU basketball remains off NCAA Tournament bubble with win over UA

    Arizona State's win over rival Arizona kept it off the NCAA Tournament bracket bubble, but there's work to be done as a projected No. 11 seed.
  • Kyle DeVan becomes Arizona’s new offensive line coach

    Former NFL offensive lineman Kyle DeVan has agreed to become the new offensive line coach for the Arizona Wildcats football team.
  • ‘Lunatic’ Bobby Hurley motivates ASU, then gets his first win over Arizona

    Bobby Hurley motivated his team with 92 pregame sprints before Zylan Cheatham and Remy Martin led ASU to a win over Arizona.
  • Bobby Hurley takes basketball to face, gets up immediately to argue

    Arizona State Sun Devils head coach Bobby Hurley enjoys having conversations with referees. Most of those conversations involve Hurley raising his voice, to say the least.
  • Coyotes D Demers, Bissonnette in ASU’s Curtain of Distraction

    A special Valley sports cameo was made in Arizona State's Curtain of Distraction for the big rivalry game against the University of Arizona.
  • Arizona basketball looks to bounce back against ASU after brutal L.A. trip

    Sean Miller's team was 4-0 in Pac-12 play two weeks ago. It's hard to believe the spot the Arizona Wildcats are in heading into a game against rival ASU.
  • Sean Miller on if Arizona is an NCAA Tournament team: ‘No’

    No, head coach Sean Miller doesn't think his Arizona Wildcats are NCAA Tournament worthy, either.
  • Former UA star Stoudamire won’t say how he got that BMW in college

    Damon Stoudamire and Greg Anthony aren't shy about admitting those whips they cruised in during college weren't exactly paid for in a legal NCAA way.
  • ASU in, Arizona out of most NCAA Tournament brackets after L.A. trip

    Arizona State and Arizona are on opposite sides of the NCAA Tournament bracket bubble after a trip to Los Angeles and before their showdown in Tempe.
  • Without Chase Jeter, lack of size could hinder Arizona against ASU

    Arizona State and Arizona will tip off for the first of two regular season matchups to end January on Thursday, but Arizona could be without starting center Chase Jeter.
  • Wildcats drop second in a row in blowout loss to UCLA

    Arizona lost its second consecutive game Saturday as the UCLA Bruins blew the Wildcats out 90-69. Brandon Williams had 19 points in the losing effort.
  • Arizona can’t find an answer for Nick Rakocevic, falls to USC

    Nick Rakocevic scored 27 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for his ninth double-double of the season, and USC defeated Arizona 80-57 on Thursday night.
  • Arizona recruits Mannion, Green named McDonald’s All-Americans

    Arizona basketball commits Nico Mannion -- of Pinnacle High School in Phoenix -- and Josh Green of Australia made the 2019 McDonald's All-American rosters.
  • Ex-Arizona assistant coach pleads guilty to bribery charge

    Emanuel Richardson pleaded guilty to a bribery charge Tuesday in a prosecution that exposed corruption in college basketball recruiting.
  • ESPN predicts Arizona LB Colin Schooler will be 2019 All-American

    ESPN writer David M. Hale believes 19-year-old linebacker Colin Schooler will be on the All-America team in his too-early predictions for 2019.