Football

Tates prior experience vital 2nd time around

 Khalil Tate may have just saved Arizona football. In a very Drew Bledsoe to Tom Brady like situation, Tate came in for a banged up Brandon Dawkins during Saturday nights game at Colorado and never looked back.  Read more

Sports, the final Trump frontier

 I could care less about color in this world. I have a black father and a white mother and experienced just as much racism from both sides, neither one is better than the other through my spectrum.  Read more

Guest column: It runs in the family

College is a time where most students experience some of the best times of their lives. I have been fortunate to experience college with family right by my side. for our family has a special relationship with the University of Arizona. Read more

Wildcats look to avoid Buffaloes stampede

Mike MacIntyre and the Colorado Buffaloes football team entered conference play untested and rarely challenged. The Buffs cruised through a middling non-conference schedule beating Colorado State, Texas State and Northern Colorado. Read more

Road warriors? Not so much for Arizona football

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. Read more

Freshman safety Scottie Young Jr. arrested on domestic violence charges

Freshman Scottie Young Jr., one of the bright spots in the early part of the year for Arizona football, was arrested Wednesday night in a domestic violence incident according to a report from the Daily Star. According to the report, Young was arrested by university police and made an initial appearance Thursday at Pima County Justice Court. Read more

Flannigan-Fowles leader of young UA defense

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.  Read more

Notebook: Arizona self-implodes in loss to Utah

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. Read more