The Arizona Wildcats are making a quarterback change this weekend against the UCLA Bruins, as sophomore Rhett Rodriguez will make his first career start in place of Khalil Tate, who continues to...
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It’s officially Rhett Rodriguez time for Arizona football. Quarterback Khalil Tate will sit out this week against UCLA due to an ankle injury and Rhett Rodriguez, son of former UA football head coach Rich Rodriguez, will get the start against the Bruins.&
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The weather may be cooling down, but the college football action is heating up.
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Arizona Wildcats quarterback Khalil Tate will miss Saturday's game against the UCLA Bruins due to an ankle injury, according to Michael Lev of the Arizona Daily Star ...
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Arizona Wildcats quarterback Khalil Tate will not be available for coach Kevin Sumlin as his team takes on UCLA Saturday. Tate injured his ankle on Friday in a 42-10 loss to Utah and was removed from the game in the first quarter.
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UA coach Kevin Sumlin announces that Tate will sit out at least one week to give his injured ankle time to heal.
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Tate suffered an ankle injury during the first quarter of a Week 7 loss to Utah
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Westbound traffic on Interstate 10 at Alvernon Way is currently closed following a crash Tuesday morning, according to the Arizona Department of Public Safety.
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In football, the quarterback is always blamed for everything, and with Arizona Football, it's no different. However, it' s a short-sided argument. Arizona ...
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Sumlin did say that he doesn’t want to repeat what happened Friday when Khalil Tate reinjured his left ankle. So where does that leave the Wildcats?