Wide receiver Austin Hill watched Saturday's spring game from the sidelines. He suffered a torn ACL during practice earlier in the week.
Spring football is supposed to be a time of hope, happiness and good health.
UA's Terrell Turner goes for 71 yards on a reception in the Wildcats' 31-21 win over BYU in the 2008 Las Vegas Bowl.
Arizona Wildcats athletic director Greg Byrne has a saying that he attaches to tweets, says in interviews and reminds fans of every chance he gets: "Phoenix is Wildcat Country."
The question posed to Austin Hill was an easy one.
Dan Buckner's last-ever play at Arizona Stadium was unexpected - and painful.
Arizona receiver Dan Buckner hauls in a touchdown pass against Colorado. Buckner is second on the team in TD receptions with five.
Former Canyon del Oro running back Ka'Deem Carey high-steps his way out of a tackle en route to a trip inside Washington's 5-yard line. Carey ran 29 times for 172 yards and a touchdown as Arizona dominated on the ground.
Arizona wide receiver Richard Morrison weaves his way through the Huskies' punt coverage team during his 63-yard touchdown return in the third quarter.
On the first carry of the second half Saturday night, Ka'Deem Carey and his facemask had a violent collision with the 42-yard line. Blood spurted from his lip, smearing his white game pants and also messing up his pink, breast cancer-awareness gloves.
The Arizona Wildcats long ago swore to abide by coach Rich Rodriguez's "24-hour rule," a dictum that states that every win - and every loss - be forgotten within the span of a day.
Austin Hill has this thing about standards. Ask the Arizona Wildcats wide receiver to set a goal, and he'll pick something so insanely high that few players can ever dream of reaching it. Talk about his accomplishments, and Hill will mention his few mistakes.
Austin Hill has this thing about standards.
All his young life, David Richards dreamed of starring in a nationally televised football game.
Austin Hill, making a leaping catch against Oklahoma State in Arizona's second game, leads the Cats with 319 receiving yards (106.3 per game).
Ask Austin Hill what he remembers from last year's game against Oregon, and he chuckles.
The Arizona Wildcats' first two games have been a blur of yards, points and pleasant surprises - many of them brought to you by Austin Hill.