3 keys for both teams in Territorial Cup

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. Here’s how each team can come away victorious and hold the cup when the clock hits triple-zeros.  Read more

ASU “King of the North” in Recent Years

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 2017 chapter will be written this Saturday in Tempe where the home team has won the last four matchups. Who will be crowned “King of the North” this year?  Read more

Nike U no excuse for Arizona not to replicate

Eugene, Ore.-- No matter what traditions a school follows the most important thing is that it remains. Fans go to games and look forward to singing the same fight song they’ve sang for the last 100 years, but times are changing.  Read more

Territorial Cup Preview

Both Arizona (7-4, 5-3) and Arizona State (6-6, 5-3) will come into the game unranked, but there’s plenty up for grabs besides the annual bragging right. The winner will end the season at second place in the Pac-12 South standings and lock up a higher quality bowl game.  Read more

Who is Oregon State?

Gary Andersen was the first Power Five coach dismissed this season, and for good reason.  The Oregon State Beavers are one of the worst teams in the nation, they haven’t beaten an FBS program all year. Read more

The Rundown: USC edition

The Arizona Wildcats football team lost for the first time in four weeks Saturday, Nov. 4 at the L.A. Coliseum. Take a look at the coverage by the Daily Wildcat, Daily Star and other outlets both locally and nationally. Read more