With only two games remaining in the 2019 football season, Arizona football has to win both in order to make a bowl game. Football beat reporters Jack Cooper, Amit Syal and Austin Wales predict what they think will happen in the final two games against University of Utah and ASU.
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Defense led the way in Arizona men's basketball's 83-53 trouncing of New Mexico State on Sunday afternoon at the McKale Center.
After shots wouldn’t fall early for Arizona men’s basketball, Zeke Nnaji took over in the first half with 12 points. The Wildcats went up by 22 at halftime and they wouldn’t look back and eventually won 87-39 over San Jose State at the McKale Center.
Arizona football hits the road this weekend and takes on the Oregon Ducks after coming off a bye week. The Wildcats are 4-5 on the season with only three games remaining in the regular season. Beat reporters Jack Cooper, Amit Syal and Austin Wales predict what will go down at Autzen Stadium.
Arizona men’s basketball will look to keep its momentum going as they host San Jose State at the McKale Center on Thursday night at 6 p.m.
After a slow start, Arizona men’s basketball scored 51 points in the second half on its way to a big 90-69 win over Illinois at the McKale Center.
For the first time since 2007, Illinois and Arizona will play in a college basketball game together as Illinois comes to Tucson on Sunday night. However, it is the games from the early 2000s that fans will remember, especially the game from 2005.
In his first game in an Arizona uniform, Zeke Nnaji walked off to a standing ovation from the fans at the McKale Center as Arizona beat NAU 91-52 in the season opener.
With the weather cooling down and winter right around the corner, it only means one thing for Arizona fans everywhere: It is finally basketball season.
Sports editors Jack Cooper and Amit Syal give their opinions on the future of Arizona basketball, both men's and women's and what fans can expect for the 2019-2020 seasons.
The Pac-12 is notoriously known for underachieving, especially during basketball season. They have only had one Final Four appearance in the last ten years (Oregon, 2017). But this year, the Pac-12 has plenty of good teams that should make the tournament and could possibly make a run. Here is a quick look at the top teams in the Pac-12.
Arizona football’s defense was no match for Jake Luton and Oregon State as the Beavers blew out Arizona 38-56 on Homecoming Weekend at Arizona Stadium.
Arizona survives post-Halloween scare against Division 2 program Chico State tonight at the McKale Center. Ira Lee led the way for Arizona with a double-double in its 74-65 victory over the Wildcats from California.
Arizona football takes on the Oregon State Beavers on Saturday, Nov. 2 at 1:30 p.m. at home. Beat reporters Jack Cooper, Amit Syal and Austin Wales predict what will go down in Arizona's second-to-last home game of the regular season.
Arizona football currently sits at 4-4 on the season. Sports editors and writers Jack Cooper, Amit Syal, Austin Wales, Dan Philipsborn and Jacob Mennuti discuss the quarterback controversy between senior Khalil Tate and true freshman Grant Gunnell.
With Homecoming right around the corner, we take a look back at Arizona Athletics from 50 years ago in 1969. A lot has changed in 50 years, including Arizona even changing conferences.
Arizona football hits the road for the second week in a row and travels to Palo Alto, Calif., to take on Stanford. The Wildcats are 4-3 on the season after two consecutive losses. Beat reporters Jack Cooper, Amit Syal and Austin Wales predict what will go down at Stanford on Saturday afternoon.
Arizona football takes on the USC Trojans this weekend after dropping its first home game of the season last weekend against the Washington Huskies.
Arizona’s four-game win streak was snapped by the hands of the Washington Huskies and quarterback Jacob Eason Saturday night by a final score of 51-27.
Arizona football takes on the Washington Huskies for the team's third conference game of the year. The game will take place on Saturday, Oct. 12 at 8 p.m. Our staff writers, Jack Cooper, Amit Syal and Austin Wales, predict what will go down at Arizona Stadium.