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  • ESPN: Arizona Board of Regents won’t commit to Sean Miller’s job security

    Despite previous reports stating otherwise, the job safety of Arizona head coach Sean Miller remains in question. With the Wildcats as one of the focal points in ongoing federal investigations regarding unethical college basketball recruiting, Miller’s name has been at the center of national attention.
  • ASU’s Dort, Arizona’s Randolph among ESPN’s top 2019 NBA Draft prospects

    Arizona State freshman Luguentz Dort and Arizona sophomore Brandon Randolph appeared on ESPN's first top-100 prospect rankings for the 2019 NBA Draft.
  • Wildcats take on a Colorado team in midst of three-game losing streak

    Needing six wins to be bowl eligible, the Wildcats need to win two of their last three games. A win over the Buffaloes would give Arizona some breathing room as they would need to get just one more victory over WSU or ASU.
  • College basketball kicks off with three exhibition games in Valley

    College basketball fans, rejoice! With the regular season right around the corner, Arizona State, Arizona and Grand Canyon saw exhibition action on Tuesday.
  • Arizona basketball suspends Ira Lee for regular season opener

    The Arizona Wildcats announced the suspension of sophomore forward Ira Lee in a statement on Tuesday. The suspension comes after Lee was cited and later released for driving under the influence back in August.
  • Arizona Board of Regents to discuss Arizona basketball at special meeting

    Following more information regarding corruption in college basketball, the Arizona Board of Regents is holding a special board meeting to discuss the University of Arizona basketball program on Thursday.
  • ESPN: Convicted runner’s phone calls linked to Arizona’s Sean Miller

    Phone records indicate Christian Dawkins, who was convicted in the federal college basketball scandal, made contact with a number associated with Arizona Wildcats coach Sean Miller.
  • Khalil Tate returns as Arizona rolls over No. 19 Oregon

    J.J. Taylor ran for 212 yards and two touchdowns, Khalil Tate threw for three scores in his return and Arizona dominated No. 19 Oregon 44-15 on Saturday night.
  • Arizona’s Khalil Tate tosses three touchdowns in return from injury

    After missing last week's game, Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate came out with a bang Saturday night. Against No. 19 Oregon, the quarterback threw for three touchdowns as Arizona upset the Ducks.
  • College basketball trial wiretap audio referencing Arizona released by ESPN

    Wiretap audio that references the Arizona Wildcats was released by ESPN after the guilty verdicts of the first trial in the federal college basketball investigation.
  • Fresh off UCLA loss, struggling Arizona hosts No. 19 Oregon

    After losing on the road to UCLA, the Arizona Wildcats are now 3-5 overall this season, and with Oregon coming to town, their games don't get much easier.
  • Committed! Four-star Phoenix guard Terry Armstrong heading to Arizona

    Four-star guard and 2019 recruit Terry Armstrong out of Scottsdale's Bella Vista Prep announced he would be taking his talents to Tucson on Wednesday.
  • ASU, UA football start times announced for next two weekends

    Both Arizona State and Arizona look to get back on track in the Pac-12 South this weekend following losses last week.
  • Arizona, ASU earn AP preseason votes but can’t crack top-25 poll

    The Arizona Wildcats and Arizona State Sun Devils got a little love in the Associated Press preseason top-25 rankings released on Monday.
  • Rhett Rodriguez throws two touchdowns as Arizona falls to UCLA

    Arizona's Rhett Rodriguez was 15 of 34 for 231 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions in his first collegiate start while J.J. Taylor rushed for 154 yards and a touchdown.
  • Arizona freshman forward Omar Thielemans to transfer

    Four-star recruit and freshman Omar Thielemans has elected to leave the Arizona program before playing a game for the Wildcats, the school announced Wednesday.
  • Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate will not play Saturday against UCLA

    Arizona Wildcats quarterback Khalil Tate will not be available for coach Kevin Sumlin as his team takes on UCLA Saturday. Tate injured his ankle on Friday in a 42-10 loss to Utah and was removed from the game in the first quarter.
  • Khalil Tate exits game early, Wildcats fall to Utah

    Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate didn't play the entire first half and the Wildcats fell to Utah.
  • Arizona basketball coach Sean Miller declines to comment on Adidas probe

    Arizona Wildcats basketball head coach Sean Miller told media to refer to his March statement after Deandre Ayton and the school were mentioned in testimony over the week.
  • Larry Scott institutes changes to Pac-12 football replay system

    After an article revealed that a Pac-12 executive overruled a targeting call, league commissioner Larry Scott addressed concerns Thursday.