Arizona Stadium was sold out with 55,463 fans in attendance for Arizona football's Family Weekend matchup with USC on Saturday afternoon. There wasn't much of a family atmosphere, though, in what soon turned in to a colossal 48-14 blowout loss for the Wildcats.
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Center DeAndre Ayton, the No. 1 basketball recruit for 2017, chose the Arizona Wildcats to further his basketball career before making the jump to the NBA. The Kansas Jayhawks were the odds-on favorites to land Ayton. Had they landed the 7-foot center, he would have been the Jayhawks' second No. 1 recruit since 2013.
A second suspect has been arrested in relation to last Wednesday's shooting at the Bio5 building on the UA campus.
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Letter from the editor: The Daily Wildcat addresses demands for public apology after ASUA election coverage
The Daily Wildcat published an article online on March 1 recapping the Associated Students of the University of Arizona presidential debate. There was a consensus among editors to have a reporter pick a winner of the debate, which received numerous responses in the days following. We received many emails asking for public acknowledgement and an apology.
Why the Panthers will win
The Daily Wildcat is committed to moving forward in an ever-expanding digital era while focusing an equal effort on our print production. The newspaper went through a dramatic change in fall 2015, moving from a print-focused medium toward a more balanced diet of digitally focused news production.
Though 2014 provided Tucsonans the rare privilege of rooting for one of the nation’s best football teams while a top-three basketball team was kicking off its season, Arizona fans always have one thing in mind come November. That one thing involves something the Wildcats haven’t been as prone to this fall season: winning.
The Arizona football team will take the field on senior night with hopes of knocking off No. 10 Utah in order to become bowl-eligible for the fourth straight season.
It’s tough to gauge just how good this year’s Arizona team will be. We have just the Red-Blue Game and the exhibition to give us an idea of what this team could do with seven new players. However, people should be excited about this new group of players. In the two games we have seen, newcomers Ryan Anderson, Mark Tollefsen and Kadeem Allen have been placed in the starting lineup. The Wildcats might be as good, if not better, defensively as last year. These new Wildcats are quick and athletic, allowing for the transition game to become a deadly weapon in their arsenal. If this team gels together quickly, they could make some serious noise come tournament time.
Arizona Athletics Director Greg Byrne is at the most crucial point in his career, and it involves a decision about football head coach Rich Rodriguez.
Arizona women’s soccer is gearing up for its regular-season finale and senior night against rival ASU. While the Wildcats prepare to finish the season on a high note, six seniors are anticipating the feeling of running onto Murphey Field at Mulcahy Soccer Stadium for the final time.
Every sports fan loves an inspiring and uplifting story of an elite high school player destined for commotion on the collegiate stage. Especially when that athlete suffers a career-threatening injury after being recruited by one of the country’s most prestigious college basketball programs. This is the story of Las Vegas standout and Arizona freshman Ray Smith.
Arizona volleyball took its shot at No. 1 USC (20-0, 8-0 Pac-12 Conference) Sunday afternoon in Los Angeles and failed to hand the Trojans their first loss of the season, dropping the match in four sets.