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Arizona’s football campaign contained plenty of surprising and exciting moments in 2017, yet there were plenty of head scratching times that hang over some of the best moments. As the team prepares to play Purdue in the Foster Farms Bowl Game on December 27, let’s take a look back at the highs and lows of the year.
Arizona men’s basketball won its fifth game in a row, this time a 89-73 win against New Mexico at the Pit on Saturday night behind a career high 26 points from Rawle Alkins in his first start of the 2017 season. His performance stood out as part of the five biggest takeaways from the victory.
The Wildcat’s two best players, Deandre Ayton and Allonzo Trier, stepped up in the biggest spots of the game, Rawle Alkins provided a spark in his first action of the year and now suddenly Arizona men’s basketball is on a four game winning streak that will likely push itself back into the AP top 25 poll on Monday.
PHOENIX -- Arizona men’s basketball outlasted No. 7 Texas A&M 67-64 in the Valley of the Sun Shootout using a formula that had been foreign to it seven games into the season: defense. It’s what an Arizona basketball game usually feels like but had disappeared until now.
For the fifth time in six seasons under head coach Rich Rodriguez, Arizona football is going bowling. On Sunday, the team was selected to participate in the Foster Farms Bowl against Purdue (6-6) on December 27 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.
Arizona men’s basketball capped off a comeback win in Vegas with last minute heroics from freshman Deandre Ayton and junior Allonzo Trier to outlast the UNLV Rebels 91-88 in OT.
Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. Weeks prior to the Bahamas fiasco, head coach Sean Miller said his team’s defense and effort needed to improve. Arizona then proceeded to lose three games in a row and fall out of the AP Top 25 poll for the first time since 2012, with defense and effort the main culprits in the losing streak.
Started from the bottom, now they’re here. Well, almost.
Today is the day. The Arizona Wildcats (7-4) and Arizona State Sun Devils (6-5) enter this year’s Territorial Cup with a lot at stake. The winner will get a higher quality bowl game and end the season the second place in the Pac-12 South.
The confines of Sun Devil Stadium, situated 113 miles north of Arizona Stadium, have been an unfriendly place to the Arizona Wildcats since head coach Rich Rodriguez took over in 2012.
The Arizona men’s basketball team will likely want to forget its quarterfinal loss to NC State in the Battle 4 Atlantis Tournament, but Deandre Ayton will remember it for years to come.
It’s that time, again. The Territorial Cup rivalry will be renewed this Saturday in Tempe for one of the most high stakes matchups in recent memory.
On Nov. 16, a 51-second video released by the Arizona State University Police Department depicted an aggravated assault in February that took place during a rugby match between ASU and the University of Arizona at the SDFC practice fields in Tempe.
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.
Arizona football’s road of redeeming bad losses from a season ago continued last night as it handedly ran past the Oregon State Beavers 49-28. The Wildcats flipped the script from 2016 when they were blown out 42-17 in Corvallis. This time, Arizona put on a masterful ground display to the tune of a new school record with 534 yards.
The Arizona men’s basketball season hit another bump in the road just hours before the team’s season opener against Northern Arizona University.
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.
Addi Zerrenner thought she was hallucinating.