With the Khalil Tate injury, Arizona will have a new starting quarterback against UCLA this weekend.
by: John Taylor — NBC Sports: College Football Talk 17 Oct
The fifth-year senior started all 13 games in 2017.
by: Michael Lev Arizona Daily Star — Arizona Daily Star 17 Oct
Tate will not play against UCLA to rest his ankle, putting Rhett Rodriguez in position to make his first career start.
by: Ryan Kelapire — SB Nation: Arizona Desert Swarm 17 Oct
The freshman’s UA career is over before it started
by: @usatoday — USA Today 16 Oct
The Pac-12 has already been eliminated from the College Football Playoff debate at the midway point of the college football season
by: Alec White — Arizona Daily Wildcat 16 Oct
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.&
by: The Heat Index, azcentral sports — The Arizona Republic 16 Oct
The weather may be cooling down, but the college football action is heating up.
by: Alec Nathan — Bleacher Report 16 Oct
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 ...
by: Tom Kuebel — Arizona Sports 16 Oct
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.
Arizona QB Khalil Tate sidelined with ankle injury, Rhett Rodriguez to start vs. UCLA - CBSSports.com
by: Ben Kercheval — CBS Sports 16 Oct
Tate suffered an ankle injury during the first quarter of a Week 7 loss to Utah
by: Gloria Knott Arizona Daily Star — Arizona Daily Star: UA Football Blog 16 Oct
Westbound traffic on Interstate 10 at Alvernon Way is currently closed following a crash Tuesday morning, according to the Arizona Department of Public Safety.
by: Shereen Rayan — Fansided: Zona Zealots 16 Oct
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 ...