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  • Wildcats back in AP Poll after wins over Utah, Colorado

    Beating Utah and Colorado this past week, the Arizona Wildcats are back in the Associated Press college basketball rankings after a week outside the top 25.
  • ESPN: Arizona’s Kevin Sumlin among Pac-12 coaches on the hot seat

    Arizona football's hire of head coach Kevin Sumlin was billed as a home run hire. In hindsight, the results haven't matched that.
  • Arizona cruises to victory in blowout win over No. 20 Colorado

    The Arizona Wildcats defeated the No. 20 Colorado Buffaloes 75-54 on Saturday afternoon at the McKale Memorial Center in Tucson.
  • Arizona rides dominating first half to win over Utah

    Max Hazzard had 24 points and made six 3-pointers, Zeke Nnaji added 24 points and Arizona rode a dominating first half to a 93-77 rout over Utah Thursday night.
  • ASU, Arizona football get their Pac-12 schedules for 2020

    Sun Devil and Wildcat fans can begin planning their weekends during college football season after the Pac-12 released the full 2020 schedules.
  • Arizona lands commitment of 4-star wing Bennedict Mathurin

    The Arizona Wildcats and Sean Miller have landed the commitment of four-star wing Bennedict Mathurin, he told 247 Sports.
  • Arizona basketball falls out of AP Poll after losses in Oregon

    Losses to Oregon and Oregon State dropped the Arizona Wildcats out of the AP Top 25 Poll. They were No. 24 heading into a visit to the Pacific Northwest.
  • Arizona men’s basketball collapses in second half, falls to Oregon State

    Oregon State had a dominant second half to take down the Arizona Wildcats men's basketball team.
  • Arizona football adds outside linebackers coach Andy Buh

    Arizona football announced on Friday that Andy Buh has been hired as the team's outside linebackers coach. The defensive coaches saw turnover this year.
  • Arizona Wildcats fall in overtime to No. 9 Oregon

    The No. 24 Arizona Wildcats were unable to score on the final possession and fell in overtime to No. 9 Oregon Ducks.
  • Mike Leach leaving Pac-12, taking Mississippi State job

    Mississippi State hired Mike Leach as its new head coach, bringing one of the nation's quirkiest and most successful coaches to the Southeastern Conference.
  • Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate does not plan to play WR in the NFL

    Khalil Tate is participating in the College Gridiron Showcase in an effort to prove he can play quarterback in the NFL.
  • Wildcats make small move up AP rankings after beating ASU

    A win over Arizona State ended a losing streak and kept the Arizona Wildcats included in the first Associated Press Top 25 Poll released this decade.
  • Arizona football hires Stan Eggen as DL coach

    Kevin Sumlin has hired Stan Eggen as the Arizona Wildcats defensive line coach. He brings four decades of college coaching experience to the staff.
  • Arizona Wildcats blow out ASU Sun Devils in Pac-12 opener

    The No. 25 Arizona Wildcats defeated the Arizona State Sun Devils 75-47 in Saturday night's Pac-12 Conference opener in Tucson.
  • Sean Miller challenges Wildcats to improve ‘stupid’ foul rate, rebounding

    Sean Miller issued some challenges to his Arizona Wildcats men's basketball team: Stop fouling and start grabbing more defensive rebounds.
  • Let’s remember the best Arizona sports performances of the decade

    Devin Booker's 70 points, Edwin Jackson's complete game no-hitter and Larry Fitzgerald's game against the Packers stand out from the 2010s.
  • The top 10 headlines for Arizona Sports in 2019

    While it wasn't a year filled with success from every team, boy were there some headline-grabbing news stories for Valley sports teams in the past year.
  • Arizona basketball falls to No. 24 in AP Top 25 ranking after loss

    The Arizona Wildcats have lost three of their last four games and are in danger of falling completely out of the AP Top 25 college basketball ranking.
  • Arizona Wildcats’ late comeback not enough in narrow loss to St. John’s

    The No. 16 Arizona Wildcats came up just short against the St. John's Red Storm in Saturday night's 70-67 loss in the Al Attles Classic.