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    The Arizona Wildcats could be returning to athletic activities next week after 11 of the school's 13 coronavirus retests came back as false positives.
  • Report: Arizona Cardinals sign CB Jace Whittaker to the practice squad

    The Arizona Cardinals are signing CB Jace Whittaker to the practice squad, according to ESPN's Josh Weinfuss, after cutting him from the team on Saturday.
  • Report: Former Arizona running back J.J. Taylor waived by Patriots

    The New England Patriots have reportedly waived running back J.J. Taylor, who played for the Arizona Wildcats from 2016 through 2019.
  • Pac-12 reaches agreement for rapid-results COVID-19 testing

    The Pac-12 announced Thursday it has come to an agreement that will bring rapid-result testing to all conference universities by the end of September.
  • Former Pinnacle star Spencer Rattler named Oklahoma starting QB

    Pinnacle High School product Spencer Rattler follows Oklahoma Heisman winners Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray, plus last year's runner-up Jalen Hurts.
  • ASU football sits outside of Top 25 in 1st AP college football poll

    Arizona State received the fourth-most votes among teams that were outside of the Top 25 rankings from AP voters on Monday.
  • NCAA considering free year of eligibility for all fall athletes

    College atheltes whose fall sports schedules are impacted by the coronavirus will get back a year of eligibility if the NCAA approves the recommendation.
  • Arizona senior linebacker Colin Schooler enters transfer portal

    Arizona Wildcats senior linebacker Colin Schooler announced Wednesday that he is entering the transfer portal.
  • UA AD Dave Heeke estimating $60-65 million in losses with football on hold

    No one's immune to the potential losses institutions face without football in the fall, or potentially at all, including the Arizona Wildcats.
  • ASU, Pac-12 doing right thing in time of reckoning for college football

    ASU hit the right notes in defending the Pac-12's decision to delay college football. It helps that Arizona State isn't a college football powerhouse.