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  • Arizona suffers rout at home to No. 7 Utah

    No. 7 Utah rolled over Arizona 35-7. Arizona's offense amassed 196 total yards with the majority coming in the final quarter from backups.
  • Reports: Arizona fires defensive line coach Iona Uiagalelei

    Arizona Wildcats head football coach Kevin Sumlin has reportedly fired defensive line coach Iona Uiagalelei, according to multiple reports.
  • University of Arizona and Operation Hat Trick team up to aid local veterans

    The University of Arizona and Operation Hat Trick are partnering to help local veterans through the sale of military-themed merchandise.
  • Bowl-implicating Territorial Cup scheduled for late-night matchup

    Arizona State has been chasing win No. 6 since Oct. 19. Arizona could potentially knock the Sun Devils out of bowl eligibility.
  • Arizona Wildcats’ offense struggles in blowout loss to Oregon Ducks

    The No. 6 Oregon Ducks clinched the Pac-12 North on Saturday night after beating the Arizona Wildcats 34-6 at Autzen Stadium in Eugene.
  • USC hires Mike Bohn, former Cincinnati AD, as athletic director

    Southern California has hired veteran collegiate sports administrator Mike Bohn as its new athletic director. He replaces Lynn Swann.
  • Arizona Wildcats unable to find answer to OSU’s offense in loss

    Arizona (4-5, 2-3 Pac-12) fired defensive coordinator Marcel Yates this week, replacing him with former NFL assistant coach Chuck Cecil.
  • Arizona dedicates practice fields to former head coach Dick Tomey

    The University of Arizona dedicated the football practice fields to long-time head coach Dick Tomey who passed away in 2019.
  • It is make-or-break time for Arizona football against Oregon State

    Arizona football is two wins from being bowl eligible but has a brutal schedule to end the season. Oregon State is next, and the Beavers are no pushover.
  • Arizona head coach Kevin Sumlin will ‘continue to investigate’ 2-QB system

    Arizona Wildcats head coach Kevin Sumlin said in his press conference Monday that he will "continue to investigate" running a two-quarterback system.