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  • Wildcats enter season ranked 12th in AP poll

    For the second consecutive season, the Arizona Wildcats men’s basketball team will enter their season opener ranked among the top 25 teams in the country. Coming in at number 12 in the preseason 2012-13 AP poll, this is the Wildcats’ highest preseason ranking since the 2006-2007 season, when they opened up the season at No. […]
  • Pac-12 analyst: Arizona Wildcats are best team in the state

    According to the standings, Arizona State, with a 5-2 (3-1) record is ahead of Arizona, who is 4-3 (1-3). Not surprisingly, when asked who the best college football team in the state is, Pac-12 Network analyst Glenn Parker did not hesitate with an answer. “In this state, Arizona,” he told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and […]
  • Ka’Deem Carey named the MAACO Bowl Las Vegas Pac-12 Player of the Week

    University of Arizona sophomore running back Ka’Deem Carey was named the MAACO Bowl Las Vegas Pac-12 Player of the Week on Wednesday. In Saturday’s 52-17 win over Washington, Carey rushed the ball 29 times for a career-high 172 yards and a touchdown, with 109 of those coming in the first half alone. This put him […]
  • Cat Scan: Arizona vs. USC

  • Rodriguez and Arizona all smiles, and rightfully so

    • This story is courtesy of the Arizona Daily Wildcat Arizona head coach Rich Rodriguez has notoriously struggled in his first year at new stomping grounds. In his first year at Glenville State, he went 1-7-1. At West Virginia, 3-8 and at Michigan, 3-9. After Saturday’s 52-17 victory against Washington, Rodriguez won his fourth game […]
  • Arizona vs. UCLA game time set

    The Arizona Wildcats’ road showdown against the UCLA Bruins on November 3 will air on the Pac-12 Network at 7:30 p.m. The Wildcats have owned the Bruins in recent years, winning each of the last five meetings. Last season, they won in impressive fashion by the score of 48-12. Last week, the Wildcats throttled the […]
  • ESPN analyst: Arizona Wildcats’ defense deserves some credit

    If the Arizona Cardinals’ offensive line is the most-criticized unit around the state, the UA Wildcats’ defense is probably a close second. Heading into Saturday night’s home game against Washington, Arizona’s defense had given up a combined 141 points and 1,725 total yards in three straight losses to Oregon, Oregon State and Stanford. In fact, […]
  • Cat Tracks: Arizona steamrolls Washington after bye week

    Sure, you could read the box score and know who won, but we all know that won’t tell you everything that happened in a football game. So, we give you ‘Cat Tracks’, providing you with the analysis, quotes and notes from Arizona’s October 20 win against Washington. Final score: Arizona 52, Washington 17. The Good: […]
  • Arizona Wildcats 11th in USA Today coaches poll

    The first USA Today men’s basketball coaches preseason poll has been released, and the Arizona Wildcats are ranked 11th. Arizona, who earned a total of 411 points, is the highest-ranked Pac-12 team, ahead of No. 13 UCLA. Indiana tops the poll, and is followed by Louisville and defending champion Kentucky. It’s worth noting that the […]
  • Arizona’s Rodriguez knows importance of recruiting

    Rich Rodriguez is trying to build Arizona into one of the premier football programs in the nation, and he knows that will not be accomplished without solid recruiting. A guest of Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf, the first-year coach said things have gone well on the recruiting so far. “High school coaches have been […]
  • Arizona men’s basketball seniors will hold together team

    Arizona basketball coach Sean Miller frequently talks and tweets about building a “players” program. He instills this mindset in freshmen before they step on campus, so that by the time they’re seniors they can instruct younger players in the same way Miller taught them. No class in a coach’s recruiting career is as important as […]
  • Arizona football notes: remainder of season a clean slate for Wildcats

    • This story is courtesy of the Arizona Daily Wildcat Partly because of injuries, but mostly because its soaring expectations have been grounded again, Arizona (3-3, 0-3 Pac-12) is getting a fresh start to its season. After dropping three straight Pac-12 contests, the Wildcats had a bye last week and used the time to not […]
  • Arizona basketball trying to fill role of designated shooter

    • This story is courtesy of the Arizona Daily Wildcat Brendon Lavender was the sniper, the designated three-point shooter. In 2011-12, Lavender carved out a role as the team’s best three-point shooter, and he embraced it. In a pinch, Lavender could shoot with the best of them. In fact, his 48.7 percent three-point shooting ranked […]
  • Putton steps in for Arizona football’s offensive line

    • This story is courtesy of the Arizona Daily Wildcat On the converted outfield wall of Arizona’s makeshift practice field, the phrase “Pull the Rope” overlooks the players, its bold white letters standing in stark contrast to the blue mat. The motto is both literal and symbolic — it represents both a drill designed to […]
  • UA matchup vs. USC to be nationally televised

    The Arizona Wildcats’ Oct. 27 showdown against the USC Trojans will be at 12:30 p.m. and aired on national TV. This will mark Arizona’s seventh nationally televised game of the season and the third game on an ABC/ESPN network. Arizona has lost nine of its last 10 meetings against the Trojans, but the games have […]
  • UA, ASU players named to Phil Steele’s midseason All-Pac-12 list

    The Arizona Wildcats and Arizona State Sun Devils had a collective 15 selections to highlight Phil Steele’s Midseason All-Pac-12 Team. The Wildcats had an impressive 10 selections, good enough for second most among the conference teams. Oregon and USC led the pack with 11 nods each. Quarterback Matt Scott, center Kyle Quinn, linebacker Marquis Flowers […]
  • Cat Scan: Arizona’s bye week

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  • Arizona’s Ka’Deem Carey ‘runs angry’

    Lost in the gaudy numbers put up by Arizona’s offense is the emergence of running back Ka’Deem Carey. A sophomore, Carey has accumulated 670 yards and 10 touchdowns on the ground, and has added 220 yards and one score as a receiver. He’s coming off an impressive performance in Arizona’s loss at Stanford in which […]
  • Experts weigh in, and they’re high on Arizona Wildcats

    The Arizona Wildcats will enter the 2012-13 season with one of the nation’s top-rated freshman classes and a fifth-year senior transfer in point guard Mark Lyons. They’re bringing high expectations with them. In a piece on, five NCAA hoops writers gave some preseason predictions. Jeff Goodman, Doug Gottlieb and Jeff Borzello have the Wildcats […]
  • Arizona football is a tease, and that’s OK

    • This story is courtesy of the Arizona Daily Wildcat The Arizona football team is a tease, there’s no sugar coating that. And Saturday’s 54-48 overtime loss cemented that idea. A 3-0 start gave rise to delusions of grandeur, and performance in games against Oregon, Oregon State and Stanford didn’t help that. The Wildcats trailed […]