While UA fans debate the merits of running quarterback versus pro-style and youth versus experience, Arizona football head coach Rich Rodriguez has a simple goal for the signal caller competition.
Arizona football is back. After back-to-back 8-5 seasons, the UA is looking to add another successful season to its repertoire.
2014 may be the Year of the Horse in the Chinese zodiac, but to Arizona football, it is the year of the fan.
It’s July, which means jersey burning season is about to begin and Arizona football fans are getting unexpected value in 2014. read more
In one vital stroke, Arizona athletic director Greg Byrne, men’s basketball head coach Sean Miller and football head coach Rich Rodriguez have received creative long-term extensions to stay at the UA. read more
Best Leader: Ansel Ivens-Anderson
Wildcat hockey forward Ansel Ivens-Anderson distinguished himself this past season as arguably the best leader of any UA sport. read more
Whether it was on the gridiron or in the classroom, Jake Fischer was a leader for the Arizona football program. Fischer, who is from the Tucson area and prepped at Ironwood Ridge High School, played in every game in 2009, 2010, ... read more