Sports science: The bone chilling truth about concussions

Injuries are prevalent in sports and there is no way around it. By moving your body in constant motion and as fast as athletes run, twist and turn, something is liable to go wrong. In college sports, however, concussions are one of the most talked about injuries in the NCAA. Most get their first look at a concussion during a college football game when one player gets drilled by someone on the opposing team. Read more

Arizona student athletes already profiting off NLI

As of July 1, 2021, the NCAA has approved a temporary policy to allow student-athletes in all three divisions to make money off the use of their name, image and likeness — also known as NIL. This is something many have been pushing for a long while, and it has finally come to fruition. Read more

Pride of Arizona hopeful for a comeback this football season

Ever since the University of Arizona’s baseball and softball teams began to fill seats during games at about 16% capacity in early March, the football team has been taking its own steps towards what could be a more normal season this fall. The community can most likely expect the Pride of Arizona marching band to be back as well — if conditions continue to permit. Read more