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  • Taimi Tutogi goes two ways for Arizona

    • This story is courtesy of the Arizona Daily Wildcat In Pop Warner leagues and high school football, the young players typically play both offense and defense. It’s not as common of a practice in college football, although there still are some teams around the country that employ the two-way player strategy. Taimi Tutogi, a […]
  • Football notes: Rodriguez wants to use Oklahoma State game as momentum builder; Buckner welcomes trash talk

    • This story is courtesy of the Arizona Daily Wildcat Sandwiched between what many may have penciled in as Arizona wins against Toledo and South Carolina State is Oklahoma State, a top-25 team that boasts one of the best and most productive offenses in the country, especially after putting up 84 points on an overmatched […]
  • Arizona Wildcat Jake Fischer wins award

    Arizona Wildcats linebacker Jake Fischer was named the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week for his performance against Toledo Saturday. Fischer, who missed the entire 2011 season with an ACL injury, tallied a career-best 13 tackles in Arizona’s 24-17 overtime victory. He also forced a fumble in the win. The Wildcats, who held the Rockets […]
  • Forget what you know about Rich Rodriguez’s past

    • This story is courtesy of the Arizona Daily Wildcat Run, run, run, and run some more. That’s the Rich Rodriguez way, at least it used to be. The expectation heading into Saturday’s game against Toledo was that Arizona would transition from the pass-happy Mike Stoops offense to the run-heavy Rodriguez system. If the Wildcats’ […]
  • Scott’s reemergence as starting quarterback suggests future success

    • This story is courtesy of the Arizona Daily Wildcat Well, so much for an adjustment period. Fifth-year senior Matt Scott was far from perfect in Arizona’s victory over Toledo in his first start as the UA’s starting quarterback, but his grasp of the offense and decision-making in the win impressed head coach Rich Rodriguez. […]
  • Pac-12 Network announces basketball schedule

    The Pac-12 released the television schedule for men’s basketball and will feature 150 live games across its seven networks, including 142 regular season games and eight Pac-12 Tournament games. “This is a significant milestone for all of the Pac-12 programs and our fans,” Pac-12 Enterprises President Gary Stevenson said. “Last year there were more than […]
  • Arizona’s Rodriguez anxious to get season started

    The Rich Rodriguez era in Tucson will officially begin Saturday when the Arizona Wildcats host Toledo at Arizona Stadium Saturday night. While many would view the Rockets, who come from the Mid-American Conference and lost to Arizona 41-2 in 2010, as little threat to pull off an upset, that really could not be further from […]
  • Marotta’s 2012 Pac-12 Preview

    2012 should be an interesting year in the Pac-12. First, this year featured the launch of the national and regional Pac-12 Networks that will ensure every conference football game is televised. Secondly, USC is off probation and Lane Kiffin’s Trojans come limping into the campaign after the harsh NCAA penalties that crippled their program. Yes, […]
  • Arizona Wildcats get new license plate

    Arizona Wildcats fans who want to show their school pride on the roads will have a new option. Or, at least, an updated option. According to the Arizona Alumni twitter account, there is a new license plate available to Arizona motorists. It is not the first UA-related license plate, but is an updated version. The […]
  • Pair of Wildcats trying to make it as Cardinals

    Flagstaff, Ariz. – An NFL team will keep 53 players on its active roster, along with a few more on the practice squad. Grabbing one of the coveted spots is tough, but doing so as a player who not one team thought was worth drafting in April can be even more challenging. That is the […]
  • Rodriguez leads Wildcats into new era

    Rich Rodriguez chose the University of Arizona as much as the University of Arizona chose Rich Rodriguez. The former West Virginia and Michigan coach, who is about to begin his first season in charge of the Wildcats, said he wasn’t going to return to coaching at just any place, and decided to return to the […]
  • A new look at Arizona’s copper helmet

    Not long ago the Arizona Wildcats announced they’d be wearing a new copper helmet, a move that was met with as much curiosity as fanfare. Well, now we have a better look at what the dome will look like, as Arizona AD Greg Byrne posted a photo during an online chat with Wildcats fans Friday. […]
  • NCAA writer discusses potential playoff system

    In this July 26, 2011, file photo, Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott talks during the Pac-12 NCAA college football media day in Los Angeles. The BCS commissioners, including Scott, are backing a playoff plan with the sites for the national semifinals rotating among the major bowl games and a selection committee picking the teams, Notre Dame Athletic Director Swarbrick said Wednesday, June 20, 2012. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon, File)
  • UA hoops coach Miller’s contract extended

    The Arizona Board of Regents approved a contract extension for Arizona men’s basketball coach Sean Miller Friday. Miller, who has been in Tucson for three seasons and has a conference championship and Elite 8 birth on his resume, has led the Wildcats to a 69-35 mark (36-18 in conference). “We’re pleased to have Sean Miller’s […]
  • Arizona Wildcats lose starting linebacker Wagner

    In the movie Anchorman, Ron Burgundy (played by Will Ferrell) says “I immediately regret this decision” after jumping into the bear pit. It appears Arizona Wildcats linebacker Brian Wagner felt the same way. Wagner, who transferred to Arizona from Akron, has left the team. According to Anthony Gimino’s Wildcat Report, Wagner said he’s walking away […]
  • ESPN: ASU one of worst jobs, UA one of the best

    As far as coaching opportunities go, there could not be much more of a gap between the Pac-12 schools that reside in the state of Arizona. According to, which ranked the conference’s jobs, the one in Tucson is second-best, while the one in Tempe is ranked ninth. 2. Arizona: Like UCLA, the past few […]
  • Red helmets ‘not on radar’ for U of A football

    Two weeks ago, the University of Arizona athletic department made it known that they were adding a third helmet to the Wildcats’ football wardrobe. The new copper-colored alternate joins Arizona’s more traditional blue and white helmets, and will be worn some time during the 2012 season. Sunday, another photo of another alternate helmet — this […]
  • Arizona Wildcats add copper helmet for 2012

    The Arizona Wildcats are getting a new look for 2012. Or, at least, another option for game day headwear. The school announced Wednesday it is adding a copper helmet, giving it three options (blue and white being the others) to choose from. “Copper will not replace our traditional colors of red and blue, and the […]
  • Bad refs are a natural part of Arizona sports

    Phoenix teams and their fans are no strangers to poor officiating. Many a time has a game, series or season turned on some questionable calls, which consistently seem to go against Arizona’s teams. Are we complaining too much when, in reality, our teams are just not better? Perhaps. But that doesn’t change the frustration of […]
  • Seven Wildcats earn preseason Pac-12 team honors

    Though they are not one of the Pac-12’s best teams, the Arizona Wildcats do not exactly lack talent, either. Longtime college football expert Phil Steele released his preseason All-Pac-12 Team, and seven Wildcats can be found on the list. Four Wildcats made their respective second teams, with center Kyle Quinn earning the honor on offense […]