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  • Arizona, ASU earn AP preseason votes but can’t crack top-25 poll

    The Arizona Wildcats and Arizona State Sun Devils got a little love in the Associated Press preseason top-25 rankings released on Monday.
  • Rhett Rodriguez throws two touchdowns as Arizona falls to UCLA

    Arizona's Rhett Rodriguez was 15 of 34 for 231 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions in his first collegiate start while J.J. Taylor rushed for 154 yards and a touchdown.
  • Arizona freshman forward Omar Thielemans to transfer

    Four-star recruit and freshman Omar Thielemans has elected to leave the Arizona program before playing a game for the Wildcats, the school announced Wednesday.
  • Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate will not play Saturday against UCLA

    Arizona Wildcats quarterback Khalil Tate will not be available for coach Kevin Sumlin as his team takes on UCLA Saturday. Tate injured his ankle on Friday in a 42-10 loss to Utah and was removed from the game in the first quarter.
  • Khalil Tate exits game early, Wildcats fall to Utah

    Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate didn't play the entire first half and the Wildcats fell to Utah.
  • Arizona basketball coach Sean Miller declines to comment on Adidas probe

    Arizona Wildcats basketball head coach Sean Miller told media to refer to his March statement after Deandre Ayton and the school were mentioned in testimony over the week.
  • Larry Scott institutes changes to Pac-12 football replay system

    After an article revealed that a Pac-12 executive overruled a targeting call, league commissioner Larry Scott addressed concerns Thursday.
  • In midst of winning streak, Arizona heads to Utah

    After an 0-2 start to the season, Arizona is now back to .500 after a win against Cal, and this week, the Wildcats head to Utah.
  • Pac-12 preseason media poll: Arizona picked fourth, ASU sixth

    The Arizona Wildcats were selected to finish ahead of the Arizona State Sun Devils in the 2018-19 Pac-12 men's basketball preseason media poll on Thursday.
  • AAU coach testifies to paying Deandre Ayton’s family friend $15,000

    An AAU coach and Adidas consultant testified Wednesday in federal court that Phoenix Suns center and one-and-done Arizona product Deandre Ayton's friend received $15,000 to establish a relationship with Adidas.
  • Arizona Wildcats score improbable touchdown against California

    The Arizona Wildcats pulled out all the tricks for their second touchdown of the night on Saturday, turning an interception into a fumble into a touchdown.
  • Arizona Wildcats host Cal fresh off Golden Bears’ first loss

    After a Week 5 loss, Arizona is now 2-3 overall, and this week, the Wildcats host the California Golden Bears, who recently fell to Oregon.
  • Agent offered $50,000 for basketball recruit to attend Arizona, dad testifies

    Brain Bowen Sr. told a jury it was his understanding the offers were being made by assistant coaches at the schools, though he never spoke to them directly about money.
  • Five-star class of 2019 small forward Josh Green commits to Arizona

    With forward Josh Green and point guard Nico Mannion, The Arizona Wildcats now have a pair of five-star athletes in their Class of 2019.
  • Kevin Sumlin and Arizona working through pressure to reach potential

    While a 2-3 start isn’t ideal, Arizona football head coach Kevin Sumlin is not concerned with the added pressure his team is facing.
  • Trial puts spotlight on dark side of college basketball

    A prosecutor says three men hatched a scheme to exploit blue-chip college basketball recruits for profit by showering their families with cash.
  • Arizona head coach Sean Miller faces new challenges in 2018-19 season

    For Arizona head coach Sean Miller, the 2018-19 season provides a multitude of new challenges. With just nine players and only one starter left from last season’s roster, Miller is forced to integrate a group of newcomers into his pre-established style of play.
  • Arizona’s comeback falls short as USC holds off 24-20

    Khalil Tate threw for 232 yards and two touchdowns, but was limited to 38 yards rushing. J.J. Taylor, who had 284 yards rushing against Oregon State last week, was held to 50 yards on 18 carries.
  • Arizona universities to address lack of women coaching women’s sports

    When Title IX, 90 percent of women’s sports were coached by women, according to the NCAA. Now, only 41.7 percent of women’s programs are led by women.
  • Former UA commit Shareef O’Neal to miss season with heart condition

    Shareef O'Neal, a UCLA forward and the son of Shaquille O'Neal, told TMZ he has a "risky" heart condition that will cost him the season.