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  • Arizona’s Ka’Deem Carey ranked first among Pac-12 running backs

    It should likely come as no surprise that University of Arizona running back Ka’Deem Carey was ranked by Athlon Sports as the top player at his position in the Pac-12. Kind of comes with the territory of being a consensus First-Team All-American after a sophomore season in which he rushed for 1,929 yards and 23 […]
  • ESPN Insider: Pair of Wildcats could be one-and-done

    The University of Arizona basketball team is awaiting the arrival of two of ESPN’s top-20 recruits for their 2013-14 season. Whether or not they remain Wildcats for more than a year remains to be seen, as ESPN’s Chad Ford writes in an Insider piece that forwards Aaron Gordon and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson are among the 2014 […]
  • Report: Tension existed between UA, Pac-12 before tournament controversy

    It’s the story that just won’t die in college basketball. Nearly three weeks after the conclusion of the 2012-13 season, UA and the Pac-12 are back in the news. In a USA Today article, writer George Schroeder made light of the fact that the newspaper had obtained documents (via a public records request) which revealed […]
  • Wildcats looking good in incredibly early bracketology

    If you subscribe to the theory that it’s never too early for a little NCAA bracket action, you’re in luck. ESPN’s resident bracket guru released a very early look at how he sees things shaping up for 2014, and the Arizona Wildcats are one of his favorite teams. Apparently the losses of Mark Lyons, Solomon […]
  • UA freshman Grant Jerrett to declare for NBA Draft

    After just one season in Tucson, UA freshman forward Grant Jerrett has decided he’s ready to test the NBA waters. The school sent out a press release detailing the forward’s decision late Wednesday. “Today, with the support of my family, I made the decision to enter the 2013 NBA Draft and pursue my lifelong dream […]
  • Arizona Wildcats basketball: Jerrett considers NBA jump

    The Arizona Wildcats’ logjam in the front court might have just become a bit less crowded. Reports have surfaced that forward Grant Jerrett might declare for the NBA Draft. The NCAA’s withdrawal deadline is April 28, so if Jerrett is leaving or staying at the UA, the news will become official then. CBS Sports writer […]
  • Arizona Wildcats wide receiver Austin Hill out indefinitely with torn ACL

    Arizona Wildcats wideout Austin Hill is out indefinitely after tearing his ACL in practice on Wednesday. Daniel Berk of the Arizona Daily Star tweeted the official news of Hill’s condition on Saturday afternoon. Official: torn acl for Austin Hill. — Daniel Berk (@DSBerk) April 13, 2013 Hill put together an impressive sophomore season for the […]
  • Arizona’s Rodriguez ranked as nation’s 22nd-best NCAA head coach

    Rich Rodriguez’s image needed some repairing when he took over the University of Arizona football program. Because while he had great success at West Virginia, his three-year tenure at Michigan was nothing short of a disaster. So he moved to the desert, and promptly led the Wildcats to an eight-win season and victory in the […]
  • Arizona Wildcats to play BYU at University of Phoenix Stadium

    The University of Arizona announced Friday it will play a series with Brigham Young University, with one of the games being at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. The game in Glendale will be played in 2016, and it will be followed by a matchup in Tucson in 2018 and Provo, Utah in 2020. “Our […]
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  • Arizona coach can’t say much about Davonte’ Neal…yet

    Arizona head coach Rich Rodriguez apparently got his player, albeit maybe a year later than expected. Former Chaparral High School star Davonte’ Neal, who played for Notre Dame last year, has reportedly decided to transfer to the University of Arizona. Neal, who is a former five-star prospect and two-time Gatorade Player of the Year, originally […]
  • Arizona’s Kevin Parrom signs with an agent, officially ends college career

    There may have been some doubt before, but there is none now. Kevin Parrom’s basketball career at the University of Arizona has come to an end. It was thought that Parrom, a senior, may apply for a medical hardship waiver in order to gain another year of eligibility. He missed games his freshman year due […]
  • QB Matt Scott to continue NFL visits with Denver Broncos

    Former University of Arizona quarterback Matt Scott has been rising up NFL draft boards ever since an impressive performance at the combine. A quarterback with a good arm and the ability to run, he could be a good fit for many teams in the league. Having already visited with the Philadelphia Eagles, among other teams, […]
  • Former Chaparral HS star Davonte’ Neal transferring to Arizona

    Following a highly-publicized recruitment and just one season at Notre Dame, former Chaparral High star Davonte’ Neal is transferring to Arizona, according to a report from Blue and Gold Illustrated. Neal – a two-time Gatorade Player of the Year in Arizona during the 2010 and 2011 seasons as a high school player – welcomed his […]
  • Pac-12 to take a closer look at tournament officiating

    Ed Rush may have resigned from his post as the head of officiating in the Pac-12, and commissioner Larry Scott may have determined his former employee’s offer of money or a vacation to any referee who gave Arizona coach Sean Miller a technical foul or ejected him from a game was done so “in jest.” […]
  • Arizona Wildcats basketball an early top 10 pick for next season

    It hasn’t been a day since the end of the 2012-13 college basketball season and next year’s rankings are already being put up for discussion. A team generating a lot of buzz is the Arizona Wildcats, who seem to be a consensus top-five at the moment. Sporting News writer Mike DeCourcy thinks UA is worthy […]
  • Wildcat basketball makes financial final four

    The University of Arizona was named one of the most valuable collegiate basketball teams by the Wall Street Journal. The Wildcats rank fourth overall at a price of $224.1 million. UA is the only team from the Pac-12 inside the top 10. Topping the list is Louisville, which is valued at $291 million, and the […]
  • Report: James Whitford leaving Arizona for head coaching job at Ball State

    The Arizona Wildcats are losing their assistant basketball coach to Ball State. According to the Star Press, James Whitford was hired as the men’s basketball coach at Ball State. Whitford spent the last four years at Arizona as the assistant coach to head coach Sean Miller, and the past two as the associate head coach. […]
  • Ed Rush resigns as Pac-12 Coordinator of Men’s Basketball Officiating

    In the wake of a Pac-12 investigation, Ed Rush has resigned his post as the conference’s coordinator of men’s basketball officials. The investigation stemmed from allegations that Rush offered financial incentive to any official who would call a technical foul or eject Arizona head coach Sean Miller during the Pac-12 Tournament. Arizona athletic director Greg […]
  • Former NBA official says Ed Rush deserves a raise

    The college basketball world is buzzing about the article in which Jeff Goodman of CBS Sports reported that a “bounty” was offered by Pac-12 head of basketball officials Ed Rush to referees who called technical fouls or ejected Arizona head coach Sean Miller during the Pac-12 Tournament last month. It has been met with a […]