Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks? Whether the Lorenzo Romar effect is ahead of schedule or Sean Miller had a change of heart in coaching philosophy, one thing is certain: Arizona is playing a style of basketball equivalent to the air raid offenses of college football that is a far cry from the typical Sean Miller teams of recent memory.
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Think the 2016 Territorial Cup game was impressive? Check this stat line out: Arizona put on a masterful ground display to the tune of a new school record with 534 yards.
Arizona assistant coach Mark Phelps was suspended for five days without pay for a violation of the NCAA rules and forward Keanu Pinder was suspended for one game for also violating the NCAA rules.
In today’s one-and-done mentality in college basketball, it is rare to see a four or five-year player starting at a program with as much prowess as Arizona. In recent years, Wildcat fans have seen the likes of Kadeem Allen, Kaleb Tarczewski, Gabe York and T.J. McConnell play as seniors in Tucson. And for every senior, there’s always a freshman who leaves school to pursue the NBA, such as Stanley Johnson or Lauri Markkanen.
LOS ANGELES — In a fight for Pac-12 South supremacy, the No. 22 Arizona Wildcats were outmatched by the No. 17 USC Trojans and came up short of comeback in a 49-35 loss. The loss drops Arizona football to an overall record of 6-3 (4-2 in Pac-12), but on the bright side, it don’t drop in the Pac-12 standings and remain at second place.
Zerrenner was making her way into the second of three loops in the 6,000 kilometer race during the 2016 Pac-12 Cross Country Championship in Tucson, Ariz. and told herself to keep pushing harder. That’s when she thought she saw an unmistakable figure sneak into her view, her mom Melinda.
The 58-37 victory over the Cougars keeps Arizona at second place in the Pac-12 South standings with a 4-1 conference record, but more importantly it means the Wildcats are bowl eligible for the first time since the 2015 season as they are now 6-2 overall.
Arizona Wildcats defeated the California Golden Bears in double-overtime by a final score of 45-44. Freshman linebacker Colin Schooler broke up a two-point conversion pass in the back of the end zone to seal a Wildcat victory in Berkeley, Calif.
Just a week after rewriting the college football record books, Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate had another performance to remember in just his second career college start. The 18-year-old sophomore completed 9-13 passes for 148-yards and a touchdown and complemented that with 234-yards on the ground with two touchdowns.
The term “road warriors” is often used to describe sports teams that have a knack for finding ways to win as a visiting team. It’s a term that emphasizes the toughness and determination of a team because winning away from the comfort and safety of one’s own stadium is revered across all sports.
On Thursday afternoon, the Arizona Board of Regents approved a plan to begin construction on four new facility projects for Arizona Athletics.
Arizona men’s basketball will be without one of its top players to start the 2017 season. Sophomore guard Rawle Alkins suffered a broken foot while participating in voluntary activities with teammates Tuesday afternoon and will be out for eight to 12 weeks, according to an Arizona Athletics press release.
Flannigan-Fowles, a two-way player in high school, transferred from Tucson High to Mountain View after his junior season. Due to the change in school districts, the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) deemed the incoming senior ineligible for the upcoming season forcing Flannigan-Fowles to miss his final year of high school football.
On Friday night, the Arizona Wildcats had 107 more total yards of offense than the No. 23 Utah Utes and held them to only three 4th quarter points and forced two turnovers. Typically, such a scenario would yield an Arizona win. But once you factor in five UA turnovers, two field goal attempts that were blocked and missed open receivers, that scenario quickly vanishes.
The Arizona Wildcats dismantled the UTEP Miners on Friday night in a 63-16 win to improve to a 2-1 record as they closed out non-conference play in El Paso.Despite failing to score a point in the first quarter, Arizona went on to score 63 points in the remaining three quarters, including 49 in the second and third quarters combined.
The thoughts of Arizona pulling out a come-from-behind victory were erased as Houston won its first game of the 2017 season by a final score of 19-16. The victory also marked Houston head coach Major Applewhite’s first victory as a college football head coach.
Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017 will mark one of those times. Just over a week after Hurricane Harvey devastated the city of Houston, the University of Houston is preparing to play its first game of the 2017 season - 938 miles from home.
The redshirt junior will enter the upcoming football season with a surrounding expectation that he will be named Arizona’s starting quarterback when the team kicks off its season opener Sept. 2 against NAU, but Dawkins knows that if he is given the starting job, he must earn it the whole season.
There were points during the 2016 season where injuries snowballed to the point that Arizona was forced to play athletes out of their normal positions because the team’s reserves became so depleted.
While many students were on vacation for the last three months, Arizona sports were anything but. Here are seven things you might have missed during summer break.