On the 127th birthday of the sport of basketball, the Arizona women’s basketball team put on a performance that would have made Dr. James Naismith proud.
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Arizona football notebook: On Tate's return, DeMarco's possible destination and the QB of the future
The holidays are a time of rest and receiving presents, and Kevin Sumlin’s Christmas came a couple days early. The energized and well-rested head coach, who just endured a roller coaster of a first season at Arizona, got to show off his new gifts to the local media on Wednesday afternoon.
Not one, not two, not three, but four.
Pregame scuffles. Shoving matches. Police presence separating both teams during warm-ups.
The Territorial Cup is one of the longest standing traditions in the state of Arizona, and this year’s match-up has more on the line than just a tin cup and bragging rights.
The Wildcats traveled north to Pullman to face top-10 Washington State in sub-40 degree weather for a game that was pretty much done and dusted 10 minutes into the contest.The Cougars embarrassed Arizona by a score of 69-28. Here are the five stats that stood out in the blowout.
Football beat writer David Skinner and Rob Kleifield give their thoughts on some of the most notable topics surrounding Arizona football as the regular season comes to an end in two weeks.
A coach and their relationship with their assistants is one that needs to be borderline telepathic. Being able to read the person’s mood and knowing their next move in order to sail smoothly are vital abilities.
Expectations are a funny thing in college basketball. The context surrounding those expectations depends on the specific program, and when it comes to the Wildcats of McKale, they’re usually as high as the peaks of Mt. Lemmon.
Basketball beat writers Alec White, Mark Lawson and David Skinner answer questions about some key points for the upcoming men’s basketball season:
The Arizona Wildcats came into their Friday night matchup with Colorado coming off their biggest win of the season. Colorado came in after blowing a large lead against Oregon State at home, which was the Buffaloes’ third-straight loss after starting the season 5-0. Something had to give, and the game did not disappoint, as the scoreboard operator had a busy night in Arizona’s 42-34 win.
Guess what guys? Yep, I am going to say it again. It’s a beautiful weekend to sit on your couch and get your money’s worth after the furniture box store convinced your wife that the most uncomfortable couch in the lot had to be bought. If that’s you, then I am so sorry. That isn’t me. Mostly due to not being married, but mostly because If I cannot afford a bedside table, nonetheless a loveseat/sofa combo with seat warmers and USB outlets. I’m sorry if that shatters your image that you had of me in your head, but that’s just the truth, brother.
As the embers of the Homecoming bonfire breathed their last breath, the Arizona Wildcats defeated the No.19-ranked Oregon Ducks in Arizona Stadium to put a ceremonial bow on the week-long festivities, beating the Ducks 44-15.
Hello, my fellow degenerates and sports addicts, we have been blessed with yet another full weekend of football. Will I say this every week? You bet your bottom dollar.
Pac-12 foes Arizona and No. 19 Oregon face off in Arizona Stadium Saturday, Oct. 27th during Homecoming weekend.
Homecoming weekend. A weekend where family and friends come to town and celebrate a shared love for a university.
LOS ANGELES – Arizona football fell to UCLA with a nail-biter 31-30 under the lights in the Rose Bowl on Saturday. Here are the four stats that outlined the Wildcats' loss that drops the record to 3-5 on the season, and 2-3 in conference.
LOS ANGELES – The granddaddy of ‘em all. There isn’t a place quite as majestic as the concrete football cathedral that rests its old and storied bones against the hills of Pasadena.
In what was one of the most exciting Sunday Night Football games in recent memory, the quarterback of the future and the quarterback of the past (and present) squared off in Foxboro in a shootout that gave me about seven strokes and nine heart seizures.
Arizona fell to Utah 42-10 on Friday night, falling to 3-4 on the year and 2-2 in Pac-12 play. Here are four of the most intriguing stats from Fridays Salt Lake City beatdown: