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  • Khalil Tate gets the start, JJ Taylor in for Arizona against Colorado

    Quarterback Khalil Tate will start and running back J.J. Taylor is healthy for the Arizona Wildcats for their game against Colorado in Boulder.
  • Arizona’s Sean Miller chosen in The Athletic’s NCAA coach mock draft

    Arizona Wildcats basketball head coach Sean Miller was a selection in The Athletic's mock draft of NCAA men's basketball coaches.
  • Arizona takes on Colorado in a battle for the top spot in Pac-12 South

    The Arizona Wildcats have won three straight games, but they will be tested against a high-level offense in Colorado. Expect lots of points.
  • Pac-12 announces kickoff times for Arizona, Arizona State Oct. 12 games

    Arizona State and Washington State will kick off in Tempe at 12:30 p.m. while Arizona will host Washington for a Pac-12 after dark game at 8 p.m. in Tucson.
  • ASU OL Cabral, DL Lea; Arizona QB Gunnell given Pac-12 weekly honors

    Three players from the state of Arizona were named as Week 5 Pac-12 Players of the Week in ASU OL Cohl Cabral, DL George Lea and Arizona QB Grant Gunnell.
  • Arizona QB Grant Gunnell leads Wildcats to narrow win over UCLA

    Arizona freshman backup quarterback Grant Gunnell led the Wildcats to a 20-17 win over the UCLA Bruins in his first collegiate start on Saturday night.
  • Arizona Wildcats QB Khalil Tate, RB JJ Taylor ruled out against UCLA

    Arizona Wildcats quarterback Khalil Tate and running back J.J. Taylor have been ruled out for Saturday night's game against the UCLA Bruins, according to WildcatAuthority.com.
  • Kevin Sumlin returned to the ‘Swag Copter’ to recruit Arizona prospects

    Arizona Wildcats head coach Kevin Sumlin brought back a recruiting strategy he used at Texas A&M: using a helicopter to travel to multiple games in one day.
  • Khalil Tate, Arizona Wildcats grind out win over Texas Tech

    Khalil Tate accounted for 314 yards and two touchdowns as the Arizona Wildcats defeated the Texas Tech Red Raiders on Saturday.
  • Arizona Wildcats QB Khalil Tate turns on afterburners in win over Texas Tech

    After struggling out the gate against the Texas Tech Red Raiders, Arizona Wildcats quarterback Khalil Tate found his footing before halftime. Literally.
  • Arizona’s defense faces major test against red hot Texas Tech

    The Wildcats will face their first power-five conference opponent, 2-0 Texas Tech, in Tucson on Saturday. Arizona could make a huge statement with a win.
  • ASU, Arizona basketball teams release 2019-20 Pac-12 TV schedules

    ASU and Arizona basketball will be featured on ESPN or FOX networks a combined 22 times. Their rivalry matchups, however, will appear on Pac-12 Network.
  • Report: Former UA coach said he paid high school coach recruiting Alkins

    According to Yahoo!, former Arizona basketball assistant Book Richardson told agents he paid $40,000 to a high school coach to help Rawle Alkins qualify.
  • Arizona Wildcats bounce back in rout over NAU Lumberjacks

    The Arizona Wildcats took it out on the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks, scoring on their first seven drives and racking up 517 yards in the first half.
  • Cardinals OG Pugh feels for joy-stricken Luck, Gronkowski

    Cardinals guard Justin Pugh addressed the NFL's mental health issues that boiled to the surface following the retirements of Andrew Luck and Rob Gronkowski.
  • ESPN: Arizona’s Tate one of the most exciting players in college football

    As long as Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate can stay healthy this season, he could continue to dazzle the Pac-12 and college football.
  • Arizona Wildcats’ comeback falls yard short on final play

    The Arizona Wildcats lost their season opener to Hawaii 45-38 after QB Khalil Tate was tackled on the one-yard line on the final play of the game.
  • Sumlin kicks off 2nd year with Arizona on the road Saturday

    After finishing the 2018 season 5-7, the Arizona Wildcats are looking to flip the script when they kick off the 2019 season at Hawaii Saturday.
  • ASU QB Daniels, Arizona WR Curry on freshman All-American watch list

    The FWAA named Arizona State QB Jayden Daniels and Arizona WR Jalen "Boobie" Curry to its freshman All-American watch list.
  • Report: Arizona outspent ASU in football, basketball recruiting last year

    A recent study examined how much Power five conference schools are spending to recruit athletes to their football and men's basketball programs.