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  • 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.
  • Larry Scott: Pac-12 to regularly test athletes for coronavirus

    Pac-12 schools have agreed to perform COVID-19 and coronavirus antibody tests on all athletes upon their return to campuses for voluntary workouts.
  • 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.
  • College football, TV networks delay announcing early-season schedules

    College football conferences and television networks have agreed to hold off on announcing start times for early-season games.
  • Voting open for Arizona Sports Hall of Fame 2020 class

    Forty former athletes and contributors to the high school, college and pro ranks are on the ballot.
  • ASU lands 3-star tight end commit from Wisconsin for 2021

    Tight end Garrett Gillette announced his commitment to Arizona State on Sunday via Twitter. He's ranked as the 57th best tight end in the nation.
  • Pac-12’s Larry Scott: College football camps could start in July

    If all goes well, college football teams in the Pac-12 might be able to start their training camps in July, commissioner Larry Scott said.
  • Report: Pac-12 to debut conference baseball tournament in Arizona

    Pac-12 baseball teams will get a conference tournament for the first time starting in 2021, the Tucson Star reported Friday.
  • Arizona, Alabama schedule home-and-home football series for 2032-33

    Save the date: The Arizona Wildcats and Alabama Crimson Tide football teams have scheduled a home-and-home series for next decade.
  • CBS Sports: Sean Miller a top-10 candidate to win title for 1st time

    Arizona coach Sean Miller has a good shot of winning his first championship despite the choppy waters that he's navigated, according to Matt Norlander.
  • Former Arizona safety Scottie Young Jr. transfers to West Virginia

    Arizona Wildcats transfer Scottie Young Jr. has decided to leave Tucson for West Virginia, the safety announced Saturday on Twitter.
  • AD intends for Arizona to play college football season; Sumlin prepares

    Arizona football head coach Kevin Sumlin is preparing for different contingencies as his athletic director Dave Heeke said the intention is to play.
  • NBA Draft early-entry withdrawal date pushed back due to coronavirus

    Players like ASU's Remy Martin and Alonzo Verge, who are testing the NBA Draft waters, have longer to wade through the process.
  • Pac-12 football coaches pitch uniform start to season

    Some of the latest plans to fight the coronavirus in California further muddled how college teams will return to play in the West.
  • Arizona hoops mock draft: Building the best roster of past Wildcats

    What happens if you build two college basketball teams of only former Arizona Wildcats? Kevin Zimmerman and Kellan Olson try to find out.