The Wildcats were far from perfect in their 62-31 blowout win, but managed to make enough plays on offense and in the return game to ensure they wouldn’t fall to 0-3.
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Sumlin’s squad finds itself in a must-win scenario against an FCS opponent on Saturday night. For the first time in recent memory, Arizona isn’t expected to pile on the points.
Despite a new regime, and a preconceived notion that the Wildcats were entering a “new era”, Arizona hasn’t proven that they’ve evolved in any facet of play.
Sumlin acknowledged that it falls on the coaches to ensure that they are putting players in the best position to succeed, but he didn’t necessarily say how the offensive or defensive execution would change to create such success.
Take a look at our Adobe Spark page on Arizona football's offense heading into the 2018 season.
Saturday night will likely be a dogfight between two teams eager to rewrite last year’s failures and start the new season on the right foot.
Arizona football’s coaching staff has been set since January. When Kevin Sumlin was hired to replace Rich Rodriguez, it was expected there would be a change of culture. Although the successes or failures of the team weigh heaviest on Sumlin, there still needs to be accountability at each level; Arizona’s assistant coaches play as significant a role in shaping the young men and defining the narrative of the program. For those who haven’t gotten to know the new (and old) Wildcat coaches ahead of the 2018 season, this can serve as a helpful guide.
Here’s a quick look at likely key contributors from each class whose performance throughout the season could dictate success or mediocrity for Sumlin’s squad in 2018.
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.
Fall camp opens on Friday and here are three things that provide intrigue heading into camp.
Tucson is home to some of the country’s finest student-athletes; this is simply a list of five Wildcats that are capable of bringing Arizona back to national prominence in the fall. All five student-athletes are a great representation of the University’s strongest values. Prior athletic achievements have allowed them to positively impact the community; future athletic endeavors will potentially resurrect the University.
Looking ahead to the entirety of Arizona’s 2018 football schedule, and delving into the Pac-12’s top contenders, it’s hard to short Sumlin of things that he has proven he is capable of achieving, time and time again.
Arizona also received word from the West Coast that three-star outside linebacker Kwabena Watson was also affirming his desire to play in the desert. Watson is Sumlin’s first commit from California.
The summer program has the Wildcats in the weight room and having player-led practices.
Although Heisman-hopeful Khalil Tate has a firm grip on the Wildcats starting quarterback gig, adding Gunnell to the mix allows Arizona to be extremely confident about one of the team’s most vital positions moving forward.
As another season of football approaches, the Pac-12 began releasing its schedule for the first three weeks and two other weeks of the 2018 campaign. Here’s a quick rundown of the start times and broadcast info.
This past weekend, the 2018 NFL Draft took place in Dallas, Texas, where 256 college athletes were selected to play professional football for 32 prospective organizations. Hundreds more signed undrafted contracts with NFL teams at the conclusion of the draft.
The Kevin Sumlin era officially kicked off at Arizona Stadium on Saturday, April 7 in a sneak preview of the Wildcats upcoming Spring Game.
Arizona defensive line coach Iona Uiagalelei has been responsible for about 15 players throughout spring practices thus far. While defensive coordinator Marcel Yates specializes teaching the studs technique, and pass drops, Uiagalelei focuses on working with the ends and tackles.
His record-breaking jump in 2014 signified the arrival of a potentially great high jumper. Now, it means something else: Bryant O’Georgia is back and the bar is only getting higher.