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Will Parks and the Arizona Wildcats showed what giving up 111 points can do to you in their thrashing of the Oregon State Beavers Saturday afternoon at Arizona Stadium by a whopping score of 44-7. Arizona’s rushing attack contributed to all five of the Wildcats touchdowns, highlighted by freshman Orlando Bradford, who rushed for three touchdowns.
After dropping their first two Pac-12 Conference games, the Arizona Wildcats defeated the Oregon State Beavers 44-7 at Arizona Stadium in the desert afternoon sun.
Arizona volleyball defeated Washington State Friday night in five sets, finishing 1-1 on the week against the Washington schools. The biggest highlight of the night was setter Penina Snuka achieving her 1,000th career dig for the Wildcats.
Rich Rod optimistic QB Anu Solomon will play Saturday and Stanley Johnson drops 26 in NBA preseason debut
Stanley Johnson drops 26
There's something to be said about your defense when you allow 1,067 yards in two games. Arizona has managed to do just that, allowing 570 yards against then-No. 18 Stanford and 497 yards against then-No. 9 UCLA.
There has been one commonality among Arizona football during pregame warmups since 2009: the Ka Mate haka.
Sunday Hangover: Reactions and more after Arizona drops second straight Pac-12 conference matchup against Stanford
Arizona football appears to be at a crossroads. The Wildcats need to make adjustments after suffering a 55-17 thrashing against No. 18 Stanford in their first Pac-12 conference road game.
With Anu Solomon out due to concussion symptoms, Jerrard Randall started at quarterback for Arizona on Saturday night in the Wildcats’ matchup at Stanford. It was a start that Randall and his teammates would like to forget, as Stanford defeated Arizona 55-17 at Stanford Stadium in Stanford, California.
Arizona’s running game
Arizona football may have hit a wall against UCLA in the blowout loss Saturday, but the Wildcats are putting that behind them. At least they had hoped, but injuries may be preventing that.
In front of the national stage, Arizona didn't play their style of game. The UCLA offense manhandled the Wildcats, scoring seven touchdowns all in the red zone.
With all eyes and the national spotlight on Arizona football and ESPN College GameDay, No. 9 UCLA defeated No. 16 Arizona 56-30. The Wildcats appeared lost on both sides of the ball throughout the game.
UCLA suffered heartbreak Tuesday night as multiple reports confirm that Bruins linebacker Myles Jack is out for the season with a knee injury. UCLA head coach Jim Mora confirmed the news Wednesday morning.
Arizona Athletics released the women’s basketball schedule Monday for its upcoming 2015-2016 season. Pac-12 Networks will televise 12 of the 31 regular season games.
College GameDay is coming. College GameDay is coming. At least, that’s what Paul Revere might have said. For two undefeated teams, that brings an excitement Tucson hasn’t seen since 2009 when Oregon came to town.
In what was a blowout from the beginning, No. 20 Arizona defeated NAU 77-13. Or should I say crushed. The Wildcats managed to break multiple records and make UA football history in the process. All four Arizona quarterbacks who played scored a rushing touchdown.
It was a blowout from the beginning as the No. 20 Arizona Wildcats defeated the NAU Lumberjacks 77-13. The Wildcats broke two school records on the day for total points with 77 and total offensive yards with 792. Arizona also scored 63 straight total points.
Every season, injuries squash the hopes and dreams of young men trying to make it on to the big stage. Left alone, injuries congest the possibilities of football championships, of winning conferences and the like.