Amid near freezing and a rash of nicks and bruises, the Arizona football team defeated Utah 42-10 in impressive fashion.
Facing No. 17/20 Utah on the road, in the cold and in the rain, was already a recipe for disaster for Arizona football.
Despite losing quarterback Anu Solomon to injury, Arizona football blew out No. 17/20 Utah on the road behind record-setting running back Nick Wilson and a scoring defense.
Anu Solomon may not be used to the type of cold heâll face this weekend, but he has at least seen more cold weather than the majority of those on the roster. Solomon played his high school ball in Las Vegas and said heâs used to chilly weather.... read more
Arizona football will try to keep its Pac-12 Conference South championship hopes alive in its final road game of the season, in the cold of Utah. The No. 15/15 Wildcats (8-2, 5-2 Pac-12) face No. 17/20 Utah (7-3, 4-3) on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. on ESPN ...read more
Having clinched the Pac-12 North in early November, the Ducks are just trying to maintain that playoff spot. Before the championship game, they have basement teams: Colorado and Oregon State.read more
Arizona football head coach Rich Rodriguez remembers the coldest game he ever coached: a West Virginia-Pitt contest in the mid-2000s where the impossible happened.read more