After Arizona's defense struggled against UTSA in their opening game of the season, the Wildcats made adjustments. So much so, that Arizona defeated Nevada 44-20. Within the first four possessions of the game against Nevada, for which the Wildcats defeated the Wolfpack, Arizona's defense came up with two stops and the offense added two touchdowns.
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In their first true road test of the season, the No. 22 Arizona Wildcats defeated Nevada 44-20 at Clarence Mackay Stadium in Reno, Nevada. The game was highlighted by Arizona running back Nick Wilson, who ran for three touchdowns and 194 yards on 21 carries.
Arizona football will always remember June 20, 2015 as a day of infamy—the day that 19-year-old Andrew Valdez passed away from cystic fibrosis and liver complications.
Markieff Morris deserved to get fined Tuesday. In fact, $10,000 may be a little low.
When Arizona's go-to everything, linebacker Scooby Wright III, was injured against UTSA, every Arizona fan held their breath. What if he was out for the season? Some of their questions have been answered.
For the majority of Arizona's 42-32 victory over UTSA Thursday night, something just didn't seem right. It might have been the countless injuries of top defensive players, which led Arizona football head coach Rich Rodriguez to say, "That's too many injuries. I'm getting depressed."
In their return to Arizona Stadium, the Arizona Wildcats defeated UTSA 42-32 in front of a crowd of 51,111.
Arizona football begins the year ranked No. 22 in the country and opens their season against UTSA at Arizona Stadium tonight at 7. The game will be broadcast live on Pac-12 Networks. Here are three ways the Wildcats will win and three ways that the Wildcats will lose against the Roadrunners.
Last year’s Pac-12 South champions are looking to rebound after dropping their final two games.
Arizona football head coach Rich Rodriguez has preached the motto “60 minutes of Arizona.”
Arizona Athletics added a plethora of new head coaches, assistant coaches and volunteer coaches to the 17 Division I collegiate sports this summer.
After earning their first victory of the season Friday, No. 17 Arizona volleyball (3-0) continued its undefeated season with wins against Texas State and Abilene Christian on Saturday.
With just 11 days until the start of the NFL regular season, many Arizona Wildcats fans may see some familiar faces this upcoming season.
After a summer full of ups and downs, No. 17 Arizona volleyball cruised to a 3-1 win over SMU at the SMU Invite in Dallas to open their regular season on Friday.
It was a busy schedule for Arizona Athletics this summer. Arizona gymnastics published a YouTube video of the hit song “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)”, catching the attention of SportsCenter and racking up more than 320,000 views.
Fresh off a disappointing three-game series against UCLA, Arizona softball has quite the challenging weekend ahead of it as it hosts top-ranked Oregon for senior weekend.
College athletes will have the opportunity to shine in the limelight and make their way up to the next level in the upcoming 2015 NFL Draft at the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University in Chicago. Many have worked their entire lives for this moment. Unfortunately, some might not even hear their names called between tonight and Saturday.
April 23, 2015, will go down as a disappointing day in Arizona men’s basketball history. The Wildcats lost out on graduate transfer Damion Lee to Louisville, and Stanley Johnson declared for the NBA draft.