The image of Moore sinking the winning putt and her teammates sprinting out to celebrate still represents the pulse of the team and it will live on way after the current team has graduated.
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Plays include Khalil Tate's 65-yard touchdown pass to Shun Brown, J.J. Taylor's kickoff return for a touchdown and more.
A closer look at the key numbers through the first eight quarters of the season reveals how mightily Arizona has struggled so far.
Sept. 1, 2018 was supposed to be the coronation of Arizona football’s “New Era”. The opening game versus BYU was when the world would be introduced to the Kevin Sumlin and Khalil Tate duo that eventually catapulted Arizona into the Pac-12 South race. But neither Sumlin nor his Wildcats could deliver a performance for the 51,002 fans on hand to remember as the Cougars won 28-23 and spoiled one of Arizona’s most hyped-up season openers this decade.
Take a look at our Adobe Spark page on Arizona football's offense heading into the 2018 season.
No football statistic may be more telling of Khalil Tate’s importance to his team than the fact Tate was second in the Pac-12 Conference in both passing efficiency — besting two top 10 NFL Draft picks in Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen — and in yards-per-rush, which topped Heisman runner-up Bryce Love.
The ingredients are there for the Wildcats to make some noise, there’s no debating that. However, it remains to be seen if they can take advantage of their position and create a season worth remembering.
Our football beat writers Alec White, David Skinner and Rob Kleifield give their thoughts on Arizona football's upcoming season and predict the Wildcat's win/loss record.
University of Arizona sophomore men’s basketball player Ira Lee, 20, has been cited for a DUI incident that occurred on Saturday, Aug. 18, according to an Arizona Athletics press release.
Being a starting quarterback – and mentioned as one of the best in the nation – comes with expectations of playmaking and leadership. The playmaking part will have to wait a few more weeks, but Tate already seems to have a firm grasp on how to be a leader his team can rally around.
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The starring cast for Arizona won’t have the typical A-list names but that should allow everyone a chance to develop over multiple seasons. For the time being, the national spotlight has turned it gaze from Tucson but these Wildcats don’t expect it to stay that way for long.
“I like to be fun and interactive and not always ask the hardest questions,” Nevel said. “I like the guys or girls to feel comfortable when talking to me about anything. Sports are supposed to be fun.”
Schmitz’s basketball analysis has recently become a main staple of some of ESPN’s most viewed shows. From SportsCenter with Scott Van Pelt to The Jump to the Draft Special, Schmitz is now one of the more recognizable faces in a company branded “The Worldwide Leader in Sports.”
Ayton vs Bagley Part One was a spectacle in itself, but for the two NCAA All-Americans, they have been the center of attention since high school days.
“I’m very excited about the opportunity to sign a two-way contract with the Knicks, I feel like I’m in a great place and I think I have a real chance to make the roster,” Trier said.
Ayton dominated night in and night out in the Old Pueblo. Now he’ll head up the road to Phoenix where he’ll look to make his mark as a modern big man in the NBA.
A breakdown of strengths & weaknesses in Wildcat players in this year's draft and where they might get selected.
Highlights and video breaking down what NBA scouts and analysts have to say about how Ayton will translate at the next level.
The NBA Draft is just two weeks away now and while Phoenix has been tight-lipped on their plans for the top pick, McDonough says the Suns need a center to anchor the team. “We think Deandre has that potential,” McDonough said.