1. Arizona Football: 3 Recruits Most Likely to Start for the Wildcats in 2013

    Rich Rodriguez wasted little time hitting the recruiting trail after being named head coach at Arizona. In utilizing the fertile recruiting grounds of California (11 signees) and ...

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  2. Arizona Football: Projecting the Wildcats' 2013 Offensive Depth Chart

    Arizona ran one of the most potent offenses in all of college football in 2012. If they are to do so again in 2013, however, it will have to be without Matt Scott under center...

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  3. Arizona Football: Ranking the Wildcats' 2012 Wins

    Arizona had a handful of noteworthy victories in 2012. After narrowly escaping Toledo in Week 1, the 'Cats knocked off Oklahoma State in Tucson in Week 2. About a month-and-a-half later, Rich Rodriguez's club took out then-No...

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  4. Which Arizona Wildcats Skill Position Starters Make the Grade?

    Arizona (8-5, 4-5 Pac -12) put up gaudy offensive numbers in 2012. The 'Cats averaged nearly 300 yards per game through the air (298.4) and well over 200 on the ground (227.8). They capitalized to the tune of 38...

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  5. Arizona Football: 5 Biggest Holes in the Roster Wildcats Must Fill for 2013

    Arizona stormed back from 13 points down in the final two minutes to shock Nevada , 49-48. With it, the Wildcats (8-5, 4-5) enter the offseason on a high note...

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  6. Arizona Football: What a Win in the New Mexico Bowl Would Mean for Wildcats

    Bowl games have been unkind to the Arizona Wildcats. In 16 bowl game appearances, the UA has come away with just six wins (6-9-1). Most recently, in December 2010, the 'Cats were embarrassed by Oklahoma State , 36-10, in the Alamo Bowl ...

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  7. Wednesday's Pac-12 Basketball Schedule: Colorado Headlines Must-Win Games

    Perhaps as important as picking up marquee wins is avoiding bad losses. Three Pac -12 teams are in action Wednesday night, all of which can ill afford to drop a game...

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  8. Arizona Basketball: Sean Miller's Rotation Beginning to Tighten

    Before the season began, many Arizona supporters believed that head coach Sean Miller would play a ten-man rotation. I was not one of them...

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  9. Pac-12 Basketball Power Rankings: Utah Utes Rise While USC Trojans Plummet

    If you're not yet sold on the vast improvement of Pac-12 basketball, consider this: In 2011-12, the Pac-12 won just 61 percent of its out of conference games. That number has been elevated to 70 percent thus far this season...

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  10. New Mexico Bowl 2012: 5 Arizona Starters Better Than Their Nevada Counterparts

    When Arizona (7-5, 4-5 Pac -12) takes on Nevada (7-5, 4-4 Mountain West) in the 2012 New Mexico Bowl , fans will have the opportunity to witness some immensely talented individuals, especially on the offensive side of the ball...

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  11. Arizona Football: A Complete Review of Rich Rodriguez' Bowl History

    If history is any indicator, Rich Rodriguez and his Arizona Wildcats (7-5, 4-5 Pac-12) may be in for a long day next Saturday in Albuquerque opposite the Nevada Wolf Pack (7-5, 4-4 MWC)...

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  12. Pac-12 Basketball Power Rankings: Sean Miller's Arizona Wildcats Lead the Way

    While the Pac-12 did have a forgettable weekend—Colorado fell to Wyoming, Cal stumbled at Wisconsin and UCLA missed out on an opportunity to regain some of its dignity against ...

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  13. New Mexico Bowl: Arizona vs. Nevada TV Info, Predictions and More

    Rich Rodriguez and the Arizona Wildcats will conclude their 2012 redemption tour in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The Wildcats (7-5, 4-5 Pac-12) have been selected to play in the New Mexico Bowl opposite the Nevada Wolf Pack (7-5, 4-4 MWC)...

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  14. Arizona Football: Despite ASU Loss, Rich Rodriguez Proves His Worth in Year One

    After being dismantled by UCLA in Pasadena, I wrote that Arizona fans would be wise to keep the season in perspective . Roughly 48 hours after losing to Arizona State, I began to follow my own advice once again...

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  15. Arizona Football: Winners & Losers from the Week 13 Game vs. Arizona State

    There are no moral victories to be had when you lose to your rival. Yes, the Arizona Wildcats won seven games with somewhere between three and five wins worth of talent on its roster...

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  16. Arizona Football: An Updated Look at Wildcats' Potential Bowl Destinations

    Last week, I drove myself crazy in attempting to break down Arizona's potential bowl destinations . A few hours and a massive headache later, I found I still had very little idea where the Wildcats may be headed...

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  17. Arizona Football: Breaking Down the Wildcats' Potential Bowl Destinations

    The Arizona Wildcats (6-4, 3-4 Pac -12) are bowl eligible in RichRod's first year at the helm. Here's a breakdown of where they may wind up this bowl season...

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  18. Arizona Football: Winners & Losers from the Week 11 Game vs. Colorado

    In the days and hours preceding Arizona’s matchup with Colorado, the focus of the media and fans alike was set squarely on the health of quarterback Matt Scott ...

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  19. Arizona Football: 5 Reasons Matt Scott Is the Most Underrated QB in the Nation

    In a recent article for the Arizona Daily Star , columnist Greg Hansen pegged the Arizona Wildcats as no different from Colorado or Washington State without star quarterback Matt Scott ...

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  20. Arizona Fans Must Keep Season in Perspective Following Wildcats' Jarring Loss

    Following an excruciating and "embarrassing" defeat at the hands of the UCLA Bruins, the Arizona Wildcats are left to address a host of issues...

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  21. Arizona Wildcats Earn Spot in BCS Standings with Stellar Body of Work

    Not often will a three-loss team find its way into the BCS standings before the calendar flips to November, but Rich Rodriguez ' Wildcats are a worthy exception. The Wildcats (5-3, 2-3), fresh off of a thrilling upset of then-No...

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  22. Ka'Deem Carey Emerging as Bona Fide Superstar in Arizona Backfield

    Few fans outside of the Pac -12 footprint have become properly acquainted with Arizona running back Ka'Deem Carey. For one, Arizona is currently unranked and of little consequence on the national landscape...

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  23. Arizona Football: Forecasting the Outcome of the Wildcats' Final 5 Games

    In the buildup to his team's matchup with then-ranked Oklahoma State, coach Rich Rodriguez spent most of his time preaching relevance. After a decisive 59-38 victory, Arizona found itself both ranked and relevant...

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  24. Arizona Wildcats: Sean Miller's Team Set for Greatness or Disappointment?

    No team in the Sean Miller era of Arizona Wildcats basketball—the 2010-11 version that won 30 games en route to a Pac-10 crown and Elite-8 appearance notwithstanding—has felt so complete...

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