The Arizona Wildcats are one of the youngest teams in the country with over sixty true and redshirt freshmen dotting the roster.
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Kyle Whittingham is the third-longest tenured coach in the Football Bowl Subdivision, for good reason. Whittingham has built a consistent winner in Salt Lake City. The Utah Utes have won a combined 27 games in the last three years, including nine games in 2016.
Sean Kugler’s return to his alma mater has gone from a dream come true to an endless nightmare. The University of Texas at El Paso has reached one bowl game during his four-year tenure, and are projected to spend the postseason at home yet again.
Arizona football has multiple keys they need to achieve to beat Houston on Saturday. One major key is being able to figure out defensive coordinator Mark D'Onofrio's defense.
Major Applewhite has huge shoes to fill. Not only is Applewhite a first time head coach, he is succeeding Tom Herman, one of the hottest young stars in the coaching profession. Herman, Kevin Sumlin and Art Briles all parleyed success at the University of Houston into jobs at Power Five schools.
On Saturday, the Arizona Wildcats returned to the game’s land based past, rushing for 506 yards in a convincing 62-24 victory over the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks.
The Arizona Wildcats enter the 2017 season with more questions than answers. A disappointing close to the 2017 recruiting cycle and a disastrous 3-9 campaign last year have some people doubting the direction of the program
Year one of the Marcel Yates era wasn’t a rousing success. The first-year defensive coordinator struggled to field a defense worthy of a Power Five conference school. A lack of depth at every position led to the Arizona Wildcats’ defense being one of the worst outfits in the country.
Last fall was an unmitigated disaster for UA football. The Wildcats went 3-9 and were overmatched most of the season. Arizona lost eight consecutive conference games, and only a stirring victory over rival ASU kept the ‘Cats from going winless in Pac-12 play.
Analysis: Washington seeks to make return trip to College Football Playoff, but underrated Stanford may surprise them
In every major college football conference, one division usually stands above the rest. The SEC has the West, the ACC has the Atlantic, and the Pac-12 has the North.
The South is rising once again, with the Men of Troy leading the way. USC may be on the verge of something special, but they won’t roll through the division unchallenged. Utah and Colorado will provide resistance, while talented UCLA lurks in the shadows.
The Arizona football team is hoping that a new uniform template can help them rebound from a dreadful 3-9 campaign. While the template represents a new beginning, some popular design elements from previous eras remain.
In college football recruiting can change a lot between the end of the regular season and National Signing Day. Arizona head coach Richard Rodriguez and the Arizona football team witnessed those changes firsthand as a highly touted recruiting class disintegrated almost overnight.
The dog days of summer are here in Tucson. While that usually means little information is released from the football offices, this week was different.
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Stanford, led by Heisman candiate Christian McCaffrey, appears to be the favorite to win the Pac-12 North. But Washington and Oregon aren't far behind.
The Arizona football team was unable to build on its stellar 2014 campaign in 2015, to say the least, but what does its 2016 season seem like?
The history of Arizona football features a multitude of legendary players, coaches and moments. The Wildcats have and will continue to serve as a rallying point for the university and the city of Tucson.
This recruiting class won't excite the recruiting gurus, but Wildcat fans should rest easy knowing that these student athletes will eventually develop into valuable contributors.
Miami, the champions of the ACC's Coastal division, boasts the nation's highest winning percentage and won't be an easy matchup for Arizona