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  • Arizona Sports Hall of Fame announces 2019 class

    The six person list consists of Suns legend Tom Chambers, D-backs' President and CEO Hall and University of Arizona's head coach Dick Tomey.
  • Arizona State, Arizona football nonconference TV schedules released

    Each of Arizona State and Arizona have scheduled their nationally-televised matchup the third week of the college football season.
  • Former Arizona football head coach Dick Tomey dies at age 80

    The winningest head football coach at the University of Arizona, Dick Tomey passed away on Friday night at the age of 80.
  • ASU-UA Territorial Cup football game to be moved back 1 day in 2019

    The Pac-12 announced a schedule change on Thursday that will push the 2019 Territorial Cup football game between ASU and Arizona back one day.
  • Arizona DT P.J. Johnson selected by the Detroit Lions in the 7th round

    Selected with the No. 229 overall pick by the Detroit Lions, P.J. Johnson became the first player to be drafted out of Arizona in the Kevin Sumlin era.
  • Former Arizona star Rob Gronkowski announces retirement from football

    Former Arizona Wildcats star tight end and three-time Super Bowl champion Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement from football on Sunday on Instagram.
  • Arizona football’s future non-conference games

    Arizona football has filled a majority of their non-conference schedule for the next 10-11 years, with a few that fans should be looking forward to.
  • Kyle DeVan becomes Arizona’s new offensive line coach

    Former NFL offensive lineman Kyle DeVan has agreed to become the new offensive line coach for the Arizona Wildcats football team.
  • ESPN predicts Arizona LB Colin Schooler will be 2019 All-American

    ESPN writer David M. Hale believes 19-year-old linebacker Colin Schooler will be on the All-America team in his too-early predictions for 2019.
  • Early Heisman odds list includes ASU’s Benjamin, Arizona’s Tate

    Early odds to win the 2019 Heisman Trophy include Arizona State running back Eno Benjamin and Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate.