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Get ready for a matchup between the nation's top two rushers - and a big traveling quandary for the Arizona faithful.
The University of Arizona introduced Rich Rodriguez as the new head coach of the Wildcats’ football team.
Love him or hate him, Mike Stoops was a presence to be reckoned with. The former head coach of the Arizona Wildcats had a reputation for throwing sideline temper tantrums, which either amused or embarrassed local fans.
Update 9:45 p.m.: UCLA scored in the fourth quarter to bring the score to Wildcats 48-UCLA 12. For the first time in 355 days, Arizona Wildcats have a victory over an FBS team.
Mike Stoops's firing Monday as head coach of the Arizona Wildcats was the "result of an ongoing evaluation of our program since my arrival a year and a half ago," wrote UA Athletic Director Greg Byrne in this week's Wildcat Wednesday newsletter.
Mike Stoops was fired Monday as head coach of the Arizona Wildcats, after a 10-game losing streak.
Third place finish a good place to start, said CDO coach
The windows in their business may have been shattered but the restaurant owners’ faith in the goodness of people remains strong.
What can Ka'Deem Carey do for an encore?
Josh Robbins won the state championship in the high jump with a leap of 6 feet, 4 inches, was second in the long jump with an effort of 22 feet, 10 inches, and was runner-up in the triple jump with bounce of 44 feet, 4-1/4 inches.
A Match Play traffic director sized up the green Saturn with one hubcap and its occupants just outside the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club Dove Mountain early Monday morning.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, University of Arizona head football coach Mike Stoops, right, walked the course with American golfer Scott Verplank during the first day of practice Monday morning.
Again with the superstition that I don’t even quarter, so let’s call it symbolism this time.
November 15, 2006 - It was early in the week and the University of Arizona football team was preparing for its upcoming road game against Louisiana State University.
August 30, 2006 - The high schools aren't the only football teams getting underway as both the University of Arizona and Pima Community College kick off their seasons in early September.
August 9, 2006 - One by one the 90-plus members of the University of Arizona football team filed in front of a video camera and a green screen on the floor of the McKale Center on Aug. 5 to strike a pose.
Feb. 2, 2005 - AHEAD OF THE GAME: A pair of Ironwood Ridge High School iron-men inked a letter of intent Feb. 2, the first day athletes are allowed to officially sign with a university. To no one's surprise, Nighthawk lineman Daniel Borg has agreed to take his hulking 6-foot-5-inch, 285 pound frame to the Pac-10. The senior will keep his talent local, suiting up for Mike Stoops and the University of Arizona in the fall. In Borg, the Wildcats are getting the Arizona Gatorade High School Player of the Year. Also signing from IRHS is the man who Borg spent a majority of this high school career trying to protect. At a small ceremony held at IRHS Feb. 2, Nighthawk quarterback, Ryan Crawford signed his letter-of-intent to play for the University of South Dakota. Other suitors for Crawford included Eastern Washington and Idaho.
Nov. 3, 2004 - Somewhere buried in the mound of letters, brochures and media guides enveloping his dining room table, lies Daniel Borg's future.
August 25, 2004 - BORG TO BE WILD: The first snap hasn't been hiked yet on the 2004 high school football season but Daniel Borg of Ironwood Ridge High School already knows where he'll be lining up for the next five years.
The third of a series on Marana's past, present and future along the Santa Cruz River