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Arizona Daily Star In 13 weeks as the Arizona Wildcats' new football coach, Rich Rodriguez has hired a small army of assistants, broken ground on a new football complex and signed a full recruiting class. Still, Rodriguez admits, his work has barely
tucsoncitizen.com The Arizona Wildcats football team will be on the move this spring. The north end zone of Arizona Stadium is unplayable, as construction crews move earth in the early stages of a $72 million facilities project.
tucsoncitizen.com The Arizona Wildcats have picked up a commitment from defensive back Yamen Sanders off their latest recruiting weekend. List of commitments Sanders, Culver City (Calif.) High School, is rated a two-star recruit by Rivals.com and
When you are forced to hit the road because your stadium is under construction...Arizona Stadium is currently going through a $72 million renovation and that means the Wildcats will have to play their annual spring game on the road. Arizona is
Katz, who played at Santa Monica High, started 14 games for the Beavers in three seasons but was benched early in 2011...Katz would become one of several candidates to replace Ryan Lindley. January as long as his course requirements are cleared for
Arizona Daily Star When Tony Dews told his four daughters they were moving to Tucson, they had two requests -- and one big question. Yes, Dews said, they could move to a house with a swimming pool. And sure, the girls could have a few IPod Touches
The Arizona Republic azcentral.com Five times since 1983, the Territorial Cup has come down to a Zendejas kick...That won't be the case Saturday unless Arizona's John Bonano is injured and Alex Zendejas regains the job he lost earlier this season.
It's to the point where if a coach leaks word that he's a candidate, he's no longer a candidate...There will be a groundbreaking this spring on a $72 million football complex behind the north end zone...Speculation crawls across the Arizona football
Arizona Daily Star Stuck behind two dynamic rushers on the Arizona Wildcats' depth chart, Daniel Jenkins is forging an identity of his own. Call him the finisher. "It's just my running style," he said. "It's a little power and speed, a little bit of
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