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  • Arizona coach Rodriguez: B.J. Denker ‘is the leader in the clubhouse’ for QB job

    Arizona football coach Rich Rodriguez is still not ready to name a starting quarterback for his team’s opener Friday against Northern Arizona University, but it is starting to sound like he knows who it will be. “[B.J. Denker] is the leader in the clubhouse,” Rodriguez told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Wednesday. “We’ll see […]
  • Arizona football coach Rodriguez addresses QB competition, defense

    TUCSON, Ariz. — In the first press conference of the season, Arizona head coach Rich Rodriguez once again refrained from announcing who will be the starting quarterback against NAU this Friday. He did, however, hint that senior B.J. Denker was ahead in the battle for the starting position. “B.J. Denker was a frontrunner coming in,” […]
  • Notre Dame transfer Davonte’ Neal plays NCAA waiting game

    The biggest news out of Arizona football’s fall camp was that there was no big news, especially with regard to the status of sophomore receiver Davonte’ Neal. The Wildcats did not suffer any major injuries or have any noteworthy players leave the program, and the UA did not name a starting quarterback. Meanwhile, Arizona continues […]
  • Arizona’s Sean Miller a future Hall of Famer?

    Sean Miller has completed four seasons as the head coach of the University of Arizona men’s basketball team. In those four seasons, he has guided the team to the Elite 8 and Sweet 16, but also missed the Big Dance twice. However, he continues to bring in some of the top recruiting classes in the […]
  • Arizona Wildcats football program ‘on track for next level’

    University of Arizona football is on the right path under second-year Wildcats head coach Rich Rodriguez, according to Pete Roussel of CoachingSearch.com. Roussel has high praise for the direction of the Wildcats’ program in his article “7 college football programs on track for the next level.” The writer mentions Arizona first on his list (and, […]
  • Dennis Scott says Solomon Hill is ready to make an impact in the NBA

    University of Arizona alum Solomon Hill went to the Indiana Pacers with the 23rd pick in the 2013 NBA Draft. The 6-foot-7 forward will likely find himself backing up Paul George and Danny Granger during his rookie season, and he will have to battle for playing time with two other emerging wing players, Chris Copeland […]
  • Wildcats take on soldiers at Fort Huachuca’s Warrior Skills course

    The University of Arizona football team wrapped up its training camp at Fort Huachuca with a competition against against the soldiers who are based there. The Warrior Skills Course at Fort Huachuca in Sierra Vista is an obstacle course featuring wall climbing, hurdles and ditch traversing and, to conclude coach Rich Rodriguez’s camp, the Wildcats […]
  • Arizona coach Rodriguez believes defense will be improved

    “The good and bad news is that they’re all back.” Those are the words of University of Arizona football coach Rich Rodriguez, who was talking to SiriusXM’s College Sports Nation about his defense’s prospects heading into 2013. That defense, you might recall, was one of the worst in college football last year, which was Rodriguez’s […]
  • Undrafted rookie Dan Buckner looking to turn some heads in training camp

    At 6-foot-4 and 220-pounds, Dan Buckner would be a tough guy to miss. Yet, the undrafted free agent told Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo his goal right now is simply to have his Arizona Cardinals coaches notice him. And he says they are. “Coach says I’m getting better every day,” Buckner said. “That’s what […]
  • Tour of new Arizona Wildcats football facility

    Arizona Stadium is going to have a different look in 2013. The Lowell-Stevens Football Facility, which was being built during the 2012 campaign, is complete. The football team has moved in to its new digs, and they are pretty impressive. Furthermore, the field on which the Wildcats will play is also different, as the natural […]
  • ESPN Insider: Arizona’s T.J. McConnell nation’s best transfer

    Aaron Gordon, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Elliott Pitts make up what is definitely a very impressive freshman class for Sean Miller’s Arizona Wildcats. However, they may not be the most important players who will take the court as Wildcats for the first time this season. That nod could go to former Duquesne point guard T.J. McConnell. […]
  • Report: Former Chaparral quarterback Connor Brewer transferring to Arizona

    Former Chaparral quarterback Connor Brewer is reportedly returning home to continue his college career. According to Jason Jewell of 24/7 Sports, Brewer plans to transfer to the University of Arizona. Brewer, the only quarterback in Arizona history to win three high school state championships, redshirted his freshman year at Texas in 2012 and was granted […]
  • Arizona and Arizona State both receive votes to win Pac-12 South in CBSSports.com’s Preseason Poll

    CBSSports.com’s college football writers came out with their conference predictions for the 2013 season Monday. The website had eight of their analysts predict how each conference in the FCS would shape up. Arizona and Arizona State both received some love atop the Pac-12 South, with two analysts predicting the Sun Devils to win the division […]
  • Arizona coach Rodriguez talks about team’s pressing questions

    Rich Rodriguez answered the question, posed by an Arizona State University fan, rather succinctly. Receiver Richard Morrison and linebacker Jake Fischer, who were flanking the second-year Arizona coach, answered the same. “None.” The question was about how much last year’s Territorial Cup loss to ASU weighs on their minds throughout the day, and it provided […]
  • Arizona Wildcats picked to finish fourth in Pac-12 South

    Last season, the Arizona Wildcats finished fourth in the Pac-12 South, ahead of both Utah and Colorado. And if the conference’s media is correct, they’ll be in the exact same place when the 2013 season comes to a close. The results of the poll were released Friday, and Rich Rodriguez’s crew trails UCLA, who won […]
  • Arizona football player Patrick Onwuasor charged with four felonies, removed from team

    According to KVOA 4 in Tucson, University of Arizona football player Patrick Onwuasor was arrested Monday on four counts of drug dealing and having a weapon. Onwuasor, 20, tallied 35 tackles last season for the Wildcats. “We are aware of the situation with Patrick Onwuasor. He has been removed from the program,” Arizona coach Rich […]
  • ‘Territorial’ adds new perspective to heated rivalry

    Shane Dale’s reason for writing a book is about as good as anyone else’s. “People kept telling me, ‘Shane, you need to write a book,’ and I’d ask them ‘what about,’ and they’d say, ‘I don’t know, just write a book.'” So, the freelance writer, who graduated from the University of Arizona with a journalism […]
  • Arizona’s Ka’Deem Carey continues to be recognized

    University of Arizona running back Ka’Deem Carey led the nation in rushing with 1,929 yards and 23 touchdowns last season, and was a consensus All-American in 2012. So, it stands to reason he’d enter 2013 with high expectations, which can be seen in the various “watch lists” he’s a part of. Earlier in the offseason, […]
  • UA’s incoming freshman Aaron Gordon wins MVP at FIBA U-19 Championships

    If the FIBA Under-19 World Championships in Prague are any indication of what is to come, Arizona basketball has plenty to look forward to in 2013-14. That’s because incoming freshman and prized recruit Aaron Gordon took the international tournament by storm, averaging 12.6 points and 6.2 rebounds in nine games en route to winning MVP […]
  • ESPN: Wildcats have plenty of NBA talent

    Solomon Hill and Grant Jerrett became the 25th and 36th University of Arizona basketball players to be drafted into the NBA since 1988. If ESPN’s Jeff Goodman is right, the Wildcats are about to produce some more NBA players. In an ESPN Insider piece, Goodman ranks Arizona fourth in schools with the most NBA prospects, […]