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  • Nevada transfer Jordan Brown picks Arizona over ASU, others

    Nevada transfer and former five-star recruit Jordan Brown committed to the Arizona Wildcats basketball program Friday, he told 247 Sports' Evan Daniels.
  • Former UA assistant Book Richardson sentenced to 3 months in prison

    The former University of Arizona assistant is facing three months in prison and two years of supervised probation, a rule New York court ruled Thursday.
  • Arizona potentially facing ‘significant sanctions and penalties’

    Arizona's general counsel says the school is "facing the prospect of potentially significant sanctions and penalties from the NCAA flowing from the unlawful actions involved in this case."
  • Multiple outlets rank Arizona in top-25 ahead of 2019-20 season

    After a troublesome past two seasons, expectations are high in Tuscon for Arizona's mens basketball team, with Nico Mannion and others on the way.
  • Jack Murphy resigns as NAU head coach, joins Arizona as assistant

    Former NAU head basketball coach Jack Murphy has resigned to join Sean Miller as an associate head coach at the University of Arizona.
  • Arizona basketball releases 2019-20 non-conference schedule

    The University of Arizona Wildcats men's basketball team announced its out of conference schedule for the 2019-20 season on Thursday.
  • Arizona Sports Hall of Fame announces 2019 class

    The six person list consists of Suns legend Tom Chambers, D-backs' President and CEO Hall and University of Arizona's head coach Dick Tomey.
  • Arizona State, Arizona football nonconference TV schedules released

    Each of Arizona State and Arizona have scheduled their nationally-televised matchup the third week of the college football season.
  • Report: Wildcats G Devonaire Doutrive transferring from Arizona

    According to reports, Doutrive is transferring from the program as the team looks to clear two scholarships for incoming transfers.
  • Former Kentucky guard Jemarl Baker Jr. announces commitment to UA

    Former Kentucky guard Jemarl Baker Jr. announced on Twitter on Tuesday he would transfer to the Arizona Wildcats. He will have two seasons in Tucson.
  • Former Arizona football head coach Dick Tomey dies at age 80

    The winningest head football coach at the University of Arizona, Dick Tomey passed away on Friday night at the age of 80.
  • UA president reaffirms commitment to Sean Miller following federal trial

    UA President Robert Robbins on Wednesday reaffirmed his commitment to Sean Miller following the conclusion of the NCAA corruption federal trial.
  • Channing Frye riffs on Suns, his career and the federal hoops scandal

    Retirement came at the right time for Channing Frye, who spoke on the Suns, his career and more on Bickley & Marotta this Wednesday.
  • Throwback: Arizona athletes on the cover of ESPN The Magazine

    ESPN The Magazine will print for the last time this year. We looked back at all the times athletes with Arizona ties were on the cover of an issue.
  • Jay Bilas: Backing Arizona basketball based on ‘no proof’ a shallow argument

    "You would have to have your head buried very deep in the sand" to believe there was no improper NCAA activity by Sean Miller and Arizona, Jay Bilas said.
  • ASU-UA Territorial Cup football game to be moved back 1 day in 2019

    The Pac-12 announced a schedule change on Thursday that will push the 2019 Territorial Cup football game between ASU and Arizona back one day.
  • Dawkins mum on Arizona’s Miller at trial, denies bribing coaches

    The prosecutor sought to ask Christian Dawkins about his relationship with University of Arizona head coach Sean Miller. The questioning went nowhere.
  • Pac-12 men’s basketball to expand conference schedule to 20 games

    The Pac-12 men's basketball conference schedule for each team will increase from 18 to 20 games starting in the 2020-21 season.
  • Trial audio: Then-Arizona assistant says Sean Miller paid Deandre Ayton

    Audio played in the federal college basketball corruption trial includes former Arizona assistant "Book" Richardson claiming Sean Miller paid Deandre Ayton.
  • Steve Kerr tells James Harden Arizona is a ‘better school’ than ASU

    Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr had some playful trash talk for Rockets guard James Harden during the NBA playoffs on Sunday.