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UA COVID-19 Test Tracker

Daily (10/20)
702 10 1.4%
Total (8/2)
40,959 623 1.5%
Includes tests since August 2, 2021
Data from https://covid19.arizona.edu/updates
Updated October 20, 2021

Commentary: 5 Arizona athletes to watch for this fall

Tucson is home to some of the country’s finest student-athletes; this is simply a list of five Wildcats that are capable of bringing Arizona back to national prominence in the fall. All five student-athletes are a great representation of the University’s strongest values. Prior athletic achievements have allowed them to positively impact the community; future athletic endeavors will potentially resurrect the University. Read more

A true love story: Tucson and Arizona Men's Basketball

The Arizona basketball program is the perfect example of natural growth that has been sitting in front of the city of Tucson’s nose for years. Showing the public how they have transitioned from being the charming cinderella team, to a consistent and dangerous program, to one of the nations most feared and respected teams, all in a matter of a couple decades.   Read more

Fall Arizona home games to watch out for

Adia Barnes is coming off what seams like a disastrous year in which her team ended the season with a horrid 6-24 record, but the former WNBA champion went out and signed one of the top recruiting classes in the nation, with McDonalds All-American Cate Reese leading the revolutionary recruiting class.   Read more

Get to know the Arizona coaches in charge this fall

The fall season is undoubtedly an amazing time in Tucson. From new beginnings in college to the start of a plethora of sports seasons, the fall semester does not disappoint. Here’s a guide to some of University of Arizona’s top head coaches, who will hopefully lead teams to victory this fall. Read more

Suns introduce Ayton, new era

For the Suns, losers of the most famous coin flip in NBA history, the organization finally landed its Big Man. In Ayton, the Suns received an instant upgrade to a front court that last season saw soon-to-be 36-year-old Tyson Chandler as its steadiest producer.   Read more

Commentary: How will Deandre Ayton stack up against other big-men taken No. 1?

The pressure of being the number one selection is something that a couple just simply cannot handle. If you succeed, you were supposed to, and the expectations rise for the next season. And if you fail, everyone will remember you for years to come, and use you as an example like i did above as to why drafting big men first overall isn't the sure thing many think it to be.  Read more