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    No one's immune to the potential losses institutions face without football in the fall, or potentially at all, including the Arizona Wildcats.
  • ASU, Pac-12 doing right thing in time of reckoning for college football

    ASU hit the right notes in defending the Pac-12's decision to delay college football. It helps that Arizona State isn't a college football powerhouse.
  • Pac-12 votes to postpone college football season, fall sports

    Pac-12 university presidents voted Tuesday to postpone the college football season and all fall sports until at least the spring.
  • Big Ten cancels fall football, will consider spring return

    The Big Ten announced Tuesday that it opted to cancel fall sports and will considering whether to play them in the spring.
  • Michael Crow: ‘Probable’ ASU-Arizona football rivalry moves to end of year

    ASU president Michael Crow said it's probable that the Sun Devils' planned football opener against the rival Wildcats will not take place on Sept. 26.
  • Mandel predicts winless Arizona football in 2020, ASU to finish 7-3

    The Athletic's Stewart Mandel predicts the Arizona Wildcats will go 0-10 in 2020, while the Arizona State Sun Devils could push for the Pac-12 South title.
  • Early Territorial Cup matchup brings uncharted waters for fans, teams

    The Pac-12 announced its revamped conference-only football schedule for 2020, with the Arizona Wildcats and ASU Sun Devils set to face off in Week 1.
  • Pac-12 releases 10-game Arizona Wildcats football schedule for 2020

    Arizona Wildcats football has its schedule for the 2020 Pac-12 season, a 10-game conference slate that starts against Arizona State.
  • ASU, Arizona football to open 2020 with rivalry; Pac-12 schedule released

    The Arizona State Sun Devils begin their altered 2020 football schedule of 10 Pac-12 opponents against the rival Arizona Wildcats.
  • Arizona Wildcats freshmen football players to resume athlete re-entry plan

    With no recent positive coronavirus tests, freshmen Arizona Wildcat football players will resume the university's phased re-entry plan on Monday.
  • Arizona suspends OL Burrola for violating coronavirus protocols

    Arizona has suspended offensive lineman Edgar Burrola for violating coronavirus protocols, the school confirmed to the Arizona Daily Star's Michael Lev.
  • Report: ASU, Arizona to play Stanford and Cal in proposed 10-game schedule

    ASU could add Stanford to its schedule, while Arizona is lined up to face California if the Pac-12 moves forward with a 10-game, conference-only schedule.
  • Philadelphia Eagles waive former Arizona Wildcats QB Khalil Tate

    The Philadelphia Eagles have waived former Arizona Wildcats quarterback Khalil Tate, the team announced Monday afternoon.
  • California high school sports moved back to December or January

    California high school sports, including football, may not start until December 2020 or January 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Arizona Wildcats athletics issues COVID-19 testing update

    The Arizona athletics department issued a statement regarding its COVID-19 testing, nearly three weeks after it stopped welcoming new athletes to campus.
  • Arizona football’s future non-conference games

    Arizona football has filled a majority of their non-conference schedule for the next 10-11 years, with a few that fans should be looking forward to.
  • Arizona senior linebacker Tony Fields II entering transfer portal

    Arizona Wildcats senior linebacker Tony Fields II announced on Twitter Wednesday that he is entering the transfer portal.
  • College football season in serious jeopardy with no clear solution

    The 2020 college football season is trending in all the wrong directions as the coronavirus pandemic continues across the country.
  • Coronavirus in sports: Yankees CL Chapman tests positive for COVID-19

    We're tracking coronavirus' outbreak within the sports world as the virus threatens the health and safety of people around the world.
  • Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott tests positive for coronavirus

    The Pac-12 Conference announced Friday in a statement that commissioner Larry Scott has tested positive for coronavirus.