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Arizona soccer steals a win in extra time against Washington

From the opening whistle, Washington was not going to allow the Wildcats to get anything easily. The Huskies played a physical game, with their defenders making it difficult for Arizona’s forwards by constantly attacking and pushing the ‘Cats towards the sidelines rather than allowing them to pressure the middle of the field.   Read more

Skinner's Winners: Week seven picks

UCLA is coming off a 30-point win over Cal, which showed encouraging signs in a season that has shown few and far in between for UCLA. Arizona is coming off a humiliating display against Utah, but have had an extra day of rest and preparation than the Bruins do. This spread seems fair, especially with the absence of Khalil Tate, as Vegas is banking on the Arizona offense to be just as anemic as they were in Salt Lake. I think those guys know what they are doing. I’m hedging my feelings and going with Bruins -9.5.  Read more

No Tate, no worry for Arizona football

Rodriguez is no stranger to the players around the program, being around the team while still in high school when his father Rich Rodriguez was still the head coach. Even though Rodriguez' skill set is different from that of Tate, the Wildcats are getting someone more than capable of running the offense.  Read more

ZonaZoo takes the party to the soccer field

Tsipis summed up what needs to be done, and it’s really quite simply. "All you need is 20 rowdy hooligans and some flags and you got yourself a section,” he said. And on Saturday night at Mulcahy Stadium, the ZonaZoo brought exactly that. Read more

Analysis: Four stats that stood out vs Utah

The man who eventually did take over as the quarterback through most of the game, Rhett Rodriguez, son of former head coach Rich Rodriguez stepped in and threw his first career touchdown pass on friday night.  Read more

Tate exits with injury as Arizona gets routed by Utah 42-10

Arizona (3-4, 2-2) used three different quarterbacks against Utah but none were able to provide any type of spark for an offense that’s mustered just 20 points in the last eight quarters. The Wildcats defense surrendered 450-plus yards for the fifth time this season as Utah scored the first 28 points of the game, and didn’t look back. Read more

Skinner's Winners: Week seven picks

In what is thankfully the primetime game of the weekend, as I, a sane person, consider Sunday Night Football to be a superior product to Monday Night Football, should not disappoint neutral viewers as the NFL’s brightest young quarterback Patrick Mahomes faces off against the greatest quarterback to buckle a chinstrap -- Tom Brady.   Read more