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  • Mark May says Mike Stoops won’t last at Arizona

    Three straight bowl games will not be enough to save Mike Stoops’ job at Arizona. That’s the opinion of ESPN College Football Analyst Mark May, who joined Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo Wednesday afternoon. “They’re going to struggle to make a bowl, and I don’t believe they will,” May said. “I think all the […]
  • Juron Criner will not play Thursday at Oklahoma State

    The Arizona Wildcats will take on the No. 9 Oklahoma State Cowboys without their leading receiver, as senior Juron Criner did not travel with the team for Thursday’s game. Arizona Sports’ Mark Asher has learned there was an issue with Criner’s appendix, and it was later reported that the receiver underwent an appendectomy Monday in […]
  • Reports: Arizona receiver Criner out vs. Oklahoma State

    The Arizona Wildcats will play Thursday night’s game at Oklahoma State without star wide receiver Juron Criner, according to Wildcatsportsreport.com. After Criner missed Monday’s practice due to an undisclosed illness Coach Mike Stoops said he would still travel to Oklahoma with the team. Scratch that about WR Juron Criner being on trip. WildcatSportsReport.com says he’s […]
  • Is Arizona’s Nick Foles the most underrated player in college football?

    Arizona Wildcat fans know how good Nick Foles is. Two seasons in Tucson have produced 5,677 yards, 39 touchdowns and appearances in the Holiday and Alamo Bowls, and the senior-to-be is poised to finish his career as one of the best quarterbacks in the school’s history. However, Foles isn’t exactly a known commodity outside of […]
  • Arizona’s Greg Byrne talks Rose Bowl for Wildcats

    Greg Byrne wants to see the Arizona Wildcats reach the Rose Bowl. “We’ve been knocking on that door of getting over the hump, and now we need to do that,” he told ArizonaSports.com’s Bearing Down with Adam and Jarrett podcast. And, from the sounds of it, Byrne thinks Mike Stoops is the guy to get […]
  • Arizona football loses another player to injury

    University of Arizona lost another player to a knee injury when sophomore cornerback Jonathan McKnight tore his anterior cruciate ligament after jumping for a pass and landing awkwardly, according to the Arizona Daily Star. McKnight was expected to be a starter on defense after playing in all 13 games as a freshman. “You feel very […]
  • Food held Arizona QB Foles back

    Arizona quarterback Nick Foles passed for 3,191 yards and 20 touchdowns last season, leading the Wildcats to the seven wins and an appearance in the Alamo Bowl. A solid season, sure, but the signal caller enters his senior season with a new diet, one that should help him perform even better. According to the Tucson […]
  • UA coach Stoops aiming for next level

    The University of Arizona Wildcats have been to a bowl game for three straight seasons, accomplishing the feat for the first time in the school’s history. Heading into his eighth season in Tucson, head coach Mike Stoops says the goal is to get to the next level. “We’re looking to try and make another jump, […]
  • UA QB Foles says he must improve for team to get better

    The Arizona Wildcats started last season 7-1 and held Rose Bowl aspirations. The team finished the season 7-6, and having lost their entire offensive line as well as a few defensive stars, expectations for the team are not exactly high as they enter season number one in the Pac-12. The one sure thing on the […]
  • UA’s Criner expected to be ready for season

    Arizona Wildcats fans can breathe a sigh of relief Tuesday as it appears star receiver Juron Criner will be ready for the 2011 season. According to the Arizona Daily Star, Arizona Head Coach Mike Stoops said Criner is “fine” and “here and ready to go.” “We anticipate having Juron,” he said. “He had some family […]