Redshirt sophomore Jamarye Joiner was the Arizona Wildcats' leading receiver in 2019 in receiving yards (552) and touchdowns (5), but he did all that while playing injured for most of the season. Joiner told the media on Monday, Oct. 19, that the broken foot he had surgically repaired in the offseason hindered his ability to play for most of the 2019 season.
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Newly hired defensive line coach Stan Eggen seems to be fitting in well with the Arizona Wildcat football team. Throughout his career, he has coached at many respectable programs like Alabama, Texas A&M, Iowa State and New Mexico. Eggen has also coached two former super bowl champions: Von Miller and Michael Bennett. Eggen has always been known for his intense and loud personality on the football field over his 40 years being an assistant coach.
After the Arizona Wildcats lost two of their best defensive players from a season ago, defensive coordinator Paul Rhoads is taking the “next man up” mentality moving forward.
Coming into the restart of this 2020 college football season, the Arizona Wildcats have had to start the first day of camp without their head coach, Kevin Sumlin, due to his testing positive for COVID-19 last week. Sumlin is keeping his head up and is optimistic of a quick return.
Coming into this season alone, 12 Arizona football players have announced they are leaving the program. The question everyone is asking themselves is: Why don’t players want to play for Arizona? Here's why I believe players are continuing to take their chances and play elsewhere.
Ever since the Arizona Wildcats hired former Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin, I questioned the move for a few different reasons. Sumlin finished with a winning record with the Aggies but, besides the one season where he won 11 games, he never showed that he could lead an above-average football team.
Coming into last season, head coach Sean Miller had one of his best recruiting classes in his 12 years at Arizona. That 2019-20 season, however, did not go as planned.
A week ago the Big Ten and Pac-12 conferences announced that they will postpone its college football seasons to the spring. The earliest these teams will start playing games again is Jan. 1, 2021. The Pac-12 conference is encouraging the NCAA to grant players that do not want to play for any reason this season an extra year of eligibility onto their college careers. On a more positive note, most of the players and coaches throughout the conference expect and have hopes of continuing this season in the coming months.