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    The Pac-12 Conference announced Friday in a statement that commissioner Larry Scott has tested positive for coronavirus.
  • Pac-12 moves football, fall sports to conference-only schedules

    The Pac-12 announced Friday it will have a conference-only fall sports schedule for the 2020 season.
  • Big Ten to play conference-only schedule for all fall sports in 2020

    The Big Ten is expected to announce that it will go to a conference-only schedule model for the 2020 season because of coronavirus.
  • Coronavirus cancellation timeline: MLB cancels All-Star Game

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  • University of Arizona to pause return of athletes as COVID-19 cases rise

    The University of Arizona announced it will temporarily stop bringing athletes back to campus as coronavirus cases rise in Pima County.
  • Stadium grades AD Ray Anderson’s big hires at Arizona State

    Stadium's Jeff Goodman and Brett McMurphy believe ASU vice president for university athletics Ray Anderson is one of the best ADs in the Pac-12.
  • Arizona Wildcats land 3-star commit Clay Millen at quarterback for 2021

    Three-star quarterback Clay Millen announced on Friday he has committed to play for the Arizona Wildcats football program in 2021.
  • Rising FC’s Zac Lubin joins Arizona athletes to speak out against racism

    Athletes, coaches and teams in Arizona have spoken out against racism in the wake of the death of George Floyd, who died in the custody of police officers.
  • Wildcats to use ‘pods’ in workout return, expect to play football season

    Arizona Wildcats AD Dave Heeke said Thursday that he believes the school will play its full college football schedule amid rising state coronavirus totals.
  • Arizona’s Jason Terry feels Sean Miller is due for NCAA Championship

    It's safe to say new Arizona Wildcats assistant coach Jason Terry has immense confidence in head basketball coach Sean Miller.
  • UA’s Gronk, 6 Cardinals make ESPN’s Ultimate All-Conference teams

    Rob Gronkowski is the only representative from the state of Arizona's two Pac-12 schools on ESPN's Ultimate All-Conference team list.
  • NCAA penalty to Oklahoma State could have implications for Arizona, draft

    An NCAA postseason ban put on Oklahoma State basketball could have implications for the Arizona Wildcats and the 2021 NBA Draft.
  • NBA Draft early-entry withdrawal deadline set by NCAA

    NBA Draft hopefuls could be forced to make a decision on sticking in the field before having a chance to impress pro executives and scouts.
  • Sean Miller: Program seeks talks with players about race issues

    Arizona basketball head coach Sean Miller said the program and university seek to support student-athletes when it comes to race-related matters.
  • Arizona athletes, teams take part in ‘Black Out Tuesday’ on social media

    Members of the Arizona sports community participated in posting a blank black image to social media, sometimes accompanied with statements or commentary.
  • Arizona Wildcats will allow football players to work out starting June 15

    Under coronavirus protection protocols, the Arizona Wildcats will welcome back athletes in a phased fashion, starting with football players, on June 15.
  • Jason Terry accepts assistant coach spot with Arizona basketball

    Former Arizona Wildcats guard Jason Terry has accepted an assistant coach position on Sean Miller's staff, according to The Athletic's Shams Charania.
  • Cheez-It Bowl sponsorship leaves Arizona, replaces Camping World Bowl

    The Cheez-It Bowl in Arizona is no more. The sponsor has decided to head to Orlando where it will rebrand the Camping World Bowl.
  • Report: Arizona lands Lithuanian brothers Tautvilas and Azuolas Tubelis

    Lithuanian Azuolas Tubelis and his brother Tautvilas have signed with Arizona and head coach Sean Miller, according to a report.
  • Pac-12 allows sports to resume voluntary in-person workouts June 15

    Pac-12 schools will be able to decide when and how to reopen athletic facilities for student athletes starting June 15 based on local restrictions.