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    The Pac-12 Men's Basketball Tournament and other Pac-12 championship events are expected to take place amid the coronavirus outbreak in the country.
  • Zeke Nnaji named Pac-12 Freshman of the Year, 1st Team member

    Arizona Wildcat men's basketball player Zeke Nnaji was named the Pac-12 Freshman of the Year. Nico Mannion was named to the conference Second Team.
  • All-Pac-12 honors: ASU’s Martin named to 1st team; Verge 6th Man

    Arizona State point guard Remy Martin was named to the All-Pac-12 First Team on Monday, while Alonzo Verge won the Pac-12 Sixth Man of the Year award.
  • ASU enters Pac-12 Tournament as No. 3 seed, Arizona is No. 5 seed

    Arizona State will enter the Pac-12 Tournament as the No. 3 seed and get a first round bye, while Arizona enters as the No. 5 seed.
  • McDaniels, Stewart propel Washington past Arizona 69-63

    Jaden McDaniels scored 20 points as Washington finished the Pac-12 regular season with a flourish in a 69-63 victory over Arizona on Saturday night.
  • Pac-12 Tournament 1st-round byes at stake with ASU and Arizona still alive

    The battle for a first-round bye in the Pac-12 Tournament comes down to four teams with identical 10-7 conference records in the final day of regular-season action.
  • Arizona’s leading WR Jamarye Joiner out with foot injury

    Jamarye Joiner, the Wildcats' leading receiver, is out indefinitely with a foot injury that the Arizona Daily Star reports could be a Jones fracture.
  • ASU, Arizona garner few votes in AP Top 25 Poll after L.A. losses

    The Arizona State Sun Devils and Arizona Wildcats each got swept in a visit to Los Angeles and for that are far from making the Associated Press Top 25.
  • UCLA leads Pac-12 men’s basketball standings, ASU slips

    With one week left in conference play, the Pac-12 title could be up for grabs following a tumultuous weekend across the conference.
  • Arizona’s offense never gets going in loss to USC

    Nico Mannion missed 11 of his 14 shots in a loss for Arizona against USC in conference play on Thursday.
  • Rob Gronkowski wanted to stay in Arizona, be drafted by Cardinals

    Ahead of Rob Gronkowski's Stadium Blitz event at Sun Devil Stadium, the former Arizona Wildcat revealed he wanted to be drafted by the Cardinals.
  • Arizona’s J.J. Taylor measures under 5-foot-6 at combine, gets Cohen comp

    Arizona Wildcats product J.J. Taylor came out on top in terms of standing close to the bottom. He measured in well under 5-foot-6.
  • On a 7-game streak, Arizona State a spot outside AP Top 25 Poll

    Riding a seven-game winning streak, the Arizona State Sun Devils are sniffing the top 25 of the Associated Press college basketball poll.
  • Giannis Antetokounmpo gifts Arizona Nike Zoom Freak 1s to young fan

    Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo did some good marketing work for the Arizona Wildcats, rocking the school's version of the Nike Zoom Freak 1 PEs.
  • ESPN NBA mock draft has Suns selecting Arizona’s Nico Mannion

    Could the Suns go local again in the first round? That's where ESPN currently has in its latest mock draft, with Phoenix taking Arizona's Nico Mannion.
  • ASU’s Remy Martin, Arizona’s Zeke Nnaji earn Pac-12 weekly awards

    Arizona State junior point guard Remy Martin earned some credit with his second Pac-12 Player of the Week Award this season.
  • AP Poll Top 25: Arizona back in, ASU receives vote for 1st time this season

    Both Arizona State and Arizona received love by voters in the Associated Press Top 25 Poll after both teams swept Cal and Stanford last week.
  • Arizona announces A.J. Steward as running backs coach

    Following DeMarco Murray's departure, the University of Arizona announced AJ Steward will lead Arizona football's running backs.
  • Nnaji scores 21, helps sluggish Arizona beat Cal

    Zeke Nnaji had 21 points and five rebounds, and Arizona overcame a sluggish game offensively to beat California 68-52 on Thursday night.
  • Wildcats fall out of AP Poll following UCLA loss

    The Arizona Wildcats fell from No. 23 in the Associated Press Top 25 Poll to five spots out of the rankings after splitting games against the L.A. schools.