Kevin O’Neill, the former Arizona basketball assistant and interim head coach, was relieved of his duties as head coach of USC on Monday.
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Well, Arizona had to lose eventually, right?
With his 2013 recruiting class finished for the most part, Arizona head coach Rich Rodriguez is looking ahead to 2014.
Every year, there’s a barrage of college football All-Star games so athletes with NFL aspirations can try to impress professional scouts, in hopes of hearing their names called in April’s NFL draft.
After having the best first year as Arizona’s head coach in program history, with eight wins and a bowl victory on Dec. 15, Rich Rodriguez will have to make do with three fewer members of his coaching staff in 2013.
Arizona running back Ka’Deem Carey will face charges this week stemming from a domestic violence incident involving his pregnant ex-girlfriend on Dec. 23, according to the Tucson Police Department.
Lefty Gomez, an All-Star pitcher with the Yankees in the 1930s, is said to have coined the phrase “I’d rather be lucky than good.”
As center Kyle Quinn preps for his first post-Arizona football game, he’s noticed one difference.
Just call it Josiah being Josiah.
Arizona running back Ka’Deem Carey will face charges this week stemming from a domestic violence incident involving his pregnant ex-girlfriend on Dec. 23, according to reports.
Arizona running back Ka’Deem Carey was involved in an incident on Dec. 23 that led to a protection order filed against him on Jan. 2, according to reports.
The Cardiac ‘Cats were right back at it against Utah.
No. 3 Arizona (13-0, 1-0 Pac-12) leads Utah (8-5, 0-1) at halftime 30-23.
After Arizona’s improbable 92-83 overtime win against Colorado (10-3, 0-1 Pac-12) at McKale Center on Thursday night, Arizona’s Kevin Parrom sat alongside Mark Lyons and Nick Johnson for a post-game press conference.
Call it a team of destiny. Call it luck. Call it payback for last year’s Pac-12 Championship game loss.
In its sloppiest half so far this season, No. 3 Arizona (12-0) fell behind 34-27 in the first half to Colorado (10-2) in the Pac-12 opener at McKale Center.
It wasn’t quite Derrick Williams against Washington two years ago, but sophomore guard Nick Johnson blocked a layup with three seconds remaining to give the No. 3 Wildcats (12-0) a 68-67 win against No. 17 San Diego State.
Against then-No. 5 Florida on Saturday, Arizona trailed for the majority of the game before coming out on top in the final seconds.
Mark Lyons picked up right where he left off to start Arizona’s game against Oral Roberts, and the Wildcats lead the Golden Eagle’s 45-31 after the first half.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. —It was touted as the game within the (bowl) game.