UA players and ASU players get into a brawl after the game as ASU star running back Delvon Flowers (8) gets caught up as well along with ASU and UA coaches, who were trying to break it up. The Wildcats won 34-21, Nov. 24, 2001, and a group of UA players danced on the Sun Devil logo on the fi…
One of the games played at every Halloween party is eating, or rather, trying to eat apple suspended on a string with your hand behind you. They were few of the children of New York's Little Italy who were guests at the Annual Halloween Party sponsored by the Children's Aid Society in New Yo…
Mike Domingue and Liz Lassalle put their heads together and go after a couple of apples during the Halloween bobbing contest at the University of New Orleans in New Orleans, Oct. 28, 1978. This bucket's eye-view of the bobbing was made by a creative photographer who shot the action through t…
A colony of black-tailed prairie dogs moved into new digs Monday as part of an Arizona Game and Fish Department program to re-establish the once-native species to its historic range.
Stanford University tail back Brad Muster (25) runs to gain extra yardage during the second half at Coca-Cola Bowl on Sunday, Nov. 30, 1986 in Tokyo. Muster was awarded with Most Valuable Player in the game which Stanford won 29-24 over University of Arizona. (AP Photo/Atsushi Tsukada)
Referee signals touchdown after Stanford University reserve quarterback Greg Ennis added an insurance touchdown on a one-yard plunge with 5� minutes to go during the fourth quarter at Coca-Cola bowl against University of Arizona on Sunday, Nov. 30, 1986 in Tokyo. Stanford defeated Arizona in…
Tail back David Adams of the University of Arizona, center, dashes with the ball during a practice of punt return at the Jingu baseball stadium in Tokyo on Saturday, Nov. 29, 1986 at morning in Tokyo. The Wildcat will play in Sunday's Coca-Cola Bowl against the Stanford University. (AP Photo…
Testing of nearly 1,200 deer and elk killed during Arizona's latest hunting season shows the animals weren't infected with chronic wasting disease.
Rich Rodriguez hates huddles. His practices are a blur, run in 20 5-minute periods designed to stress the body and test the mind. Players are allowed a few brief breaks, and just one Popsicle per person.
An unidentified Tokyo salesperson plays with Nintendo's latest
computer game, "Game Boy, shown in 1989, Tokyo, Japan. Nintendo
spent most of its one-hundred-year history producing playing cards,
but lead the toy industry with computer games. AP Photo/Tsugufumi
Goalie Bryan Aronchick blocks a shot during a scrimmage at the Gateway Ice Center on Oct. 18, 2002. Aronchick started 29 games the previous season as a freshman.
UA softball players Courtney Fossatti (22), Jennie Finch (in jacket) and Leneah Manuma (9) watch as Lovieanne Jung circles the bases after a game-winning home run against UCLA.
TAMPA, Fla. — B.J. Daniels threw for 232 yards and three
touchdowns, and South Florida rebounded from two subpar defensive
performances to frustrate No. 20 West Virginia in a 30-19 victory
Hardships were part of life for Southern Arizona pioneers in the
mid-1800s, but the trials endured by Larcena Pennington Page would
have brought the toughest frontiersman to his knees.
TEMPE — The Cardinals' game against the Panthers on Sunday has
EUGENE, Ore. — Hollywood couldn't have scripted it better:
Halloween night, the din of Autzen Stadium, crisp fall temperatures
and No. 10 Oregon versus No. 4 USC in the Pac-10's biggest game of