B.J. Denker can be considered the leader in the clubhouse in the competition for Arizona's starting quarterback. But the competition has a long way to go.
The Arizona Wildcats have one practice and one scrimmage left this spring.
Rich Rodriguez sat down with his staff Saturday and popped in the film from the previous night's scrimmage in Phoenix.
PHOENIX - For a few hours Friday night, it felt like football season.
Whether it’s been at West Virginia, Michigan or even Glenville State, Rich Rodriguez has the same goal when it comes to spring practice.
"Defensively, we need depth at all positions," says coach Rich Rodriguez, but injuries will limit the Cats this spring.
It's not the most polished phrase, but the motto for the Arizona Wildcats football team this offseason certainly gets your attention.
The last time most of us saw Ka'Deem Carey, he was tearing up Nevada's defense in the New Mexico Bowl — and sporting a new, strange uniform combination. The Wildcats wore red helmets and pants and navy jerseys for the first time ever.
Arizona nose tackle Sione Tuihalamaka (91) respects Utah's Star Lotulelei but says, "If you compete, you want to beat the guy at your position."
Drew Robinson, right, helped pave the way for Ka'Deem Carey's 366 rushing yards last week.
Sione Tuihalamaka knows all about Utah's Star Lotulelei.
It started with a strategy question, one that's particularly topical given Arizona's injury issues heading into Saturday's game at Utah. Do coaches, Rich Rodriguez was asked, typically play coy on injuries during the week for gamesmanship reasons?
It started with a strategy question, one that’s particularly topical given Arizona’s injury issues heading into Saturday’s game at Utah.
Dan Buckner catches a touchdown pass in the second quarter to put Arizona ahead 28-17. Buckner added a second TD catch in the third quarter.
Arizona's offensive line surged, and another running lane appeared, as wide and smooth and green as the UA mall on homecoming.
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