UCLA outside linebacker Jaelan Phillips and running back Soso Jamabo have been ruled out for the remainder of the season due to head injuries, head coach Chip Kelly said Monday before practice.
by: K Doss — SB Nation: Arizona Desert Swarm 13h
The shorthanded Arizona Wildcats (14-6, 3-5 Pac-12) showed heart against USC (14-5, 6-2 Pac-12) on Sunday afternoon. What they didn’t have was a healthy team. Glaring holes in the Arizona...
by: Michael Lev Arizona Daily Star — Arizona Daily Star 16h
In an exclusive interview with the Star, Rich Rodriguez discusses son Rhett’s emergence with the Wildcats and the ‘false narrative’ surrounding his dismissal from Arizona.
by: Shereen Rayan — Fansided: Zona Zealots 17h
Lawndale High School's Makell Esteen and Narbonne High School's Brandon Jones, both Arizona Football recruits with offers, faced off in Los Angeles. Los An...
by: Thuc Nhi Nguyen — Orange Country Register 19h
There was plenty for UCLA to like about their first win of the season, including five defensive takeaways that doubled the team’s season total.
by: Michael Lev Arizona Daily Star — Arizona Daily Star 14 Oct
The Star's exclusive, in-depth breakdown of the Cats' performance against the Utes.
by: Dirk Facer — Deseret Morning News 14 Oct
“We really have found an identity as a team,” said wide receiver Britain Covey. “And it’s obvious to see.”
Q&A: Iliana Hocking on facing her sister for the first time, being the daughter of an MLB player, and more
by: Ryan Kelapire — SB Nation: Arizona Desert Swarm 13 Oct
Arizona freshman Iliana Hocking has played in a countless number of soccer games, but last Thursday’s match against USC was unlike anything she’s ever experienced. Hocking squared off against...
by: David Skinner — Arizona Daily Wildcat 13 Oct
The man who eventually did take over as the quarterback through most of the game, Rhett Rodriguez, son of former head coach Rich Rodriguez stepped in and threw his first career touchdown pass on friday night.
by: Holli Joyce, KSL.com Contributor — KSL 13 Oct
Seven minutes and 13 seconds. That’s how long it took for the Utah football team to set the tone for its 42-10 slaughter against southern rival Arizona on a chilly Friday night at Rice-Eccles Stadium.
by: Associated Press — Arizona Sports 13 Oct
Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate didn't play the entire first half and the Wildcats fell to Utah.
by: @usatoday — USA Today 13 Oct
Tyler Huntley threw for two touchdowns, ran for another and caught a 58-yard TD pass, leading Utah past Arizona 42-10
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