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Updated January 19, 2021

Remembering Lute Olson: Better than the best

Legendary Arizona men's basketball coach Lute Olson died Thursday, Aug. 27, at the age of 85. As part of its coverage looking back on Olson's life on and off the basketball court, the Daily Wildcat presents this story from our archives.  Read more

Remembering Lute Olson: One more to go

Legendary Arizona men's basketball coach Lute Olson died Thursday, Aug. 27, at the age of 85. As part of its coverage looking back on Olson's life on and off the basketball court, the Daily Wildcat presents this story from our archives.  Read more

Remembering Lute Olson: On top of the world

Legendary Arizona men's basketball coach Lute Olson died Thursday, Aug. 27, at the age of 85. As part of its coverage looking back on Olson's life on and off the basketball court, the Daily Wildcat presents this story from our archives.  Read more

Remembering Lute Olson: Olsons donate $1 million

Legendary Arizona men's basketball coach Lute Olson died Thursday, Aug. 27, at the age of 85. As part of its coverage looking back on Olson's life on and off the basketball court, the Daily Wildcat presents this story from our archives.  Read more

Colin and Brenden Schooler announce transfer from Arizona

It’s the nightmare scenario that every program in the Pac-12 and Big Ten fears: star players and NFL prospects transferring out of its program to play for a team still attempting to have a college football season in the fall.  One Power 5 administrator predicted something like this to occur in an interview with The Athletic just a few weeks ago: “If we took initiative to cancel our own season before everyone else, we’d be raided.”  Read more

Kevin Sumlin talks scenarios for a spring season, extra preparation and more

A week ago the Big Ten and Pac-12 conferences announced that they will postpone its college football seasons to the spring. The earliest these teams will start playing games again is Jan. 1, 2021. The Pac-12 conference is encouraging the NCAA to grant players that do not want to play for any reason this season an extra year of eligibility onto their college careers. On a more positive note, most of the players and coaches throughout the conference expect and have hopes of continuing this season in the coming months.  Read more

Head coach Adia Barnes 'very confident' in having a basketball season in January

Similar to a lot of collegiate sports programs right now, Arizona women’s basketball and head coach Adia Barnes have no idea when they’ll be playing their next game. They also don’t know when they will be able to begin practicing again under the NCAA’s 20-hour per week rule. Despite all of the uncertainty and cloudy skies that surround the future of college sports, nobody is more confident in playing a season this year than Barnes. Read more