The glitz and glamour of the NFL draft was on display Thursday night in New York City.
UA senior Matt Scott hopes the recent success of dual-threat quarterbacks in the NFL can help him rise up the draft board.
Matt Scott is fast learning that the NFL is a 12-month-a-year job.
Kyle Quinn considers himself a dark horse.
Rivals rejoice: Stanford's Drew Terrell, left, leaps into the arms of Cal's Isi Sofele after Sofele scored on a 15-yard run in the fourth quarter.
West quarterback Jeff Tuel, who grew up in Tucson, was 6 of 8 for 115 yards and a touchdown.
When Jeff Tuel was 12 years old, he used to go to Tucson's McDonald Park three times a week and dream of one day playing in the NFL.
ALBUQUERQUE - Sometime before they play their final college football game, Kyle Quinn and Trace Biskin will finish their first chess match.
Center Kyle Quinn keeps Oregon's Elijah Jones away from quarterback Matt Scott during an early-season game at Arizona Stadium.
Kyle Quinn never knew what it was to win a football game on his home turf, at Liberty High School. "We lost 'em all at home," he remembers. "We went 0-9-1 my junior year and 1-9 as a senior. On Senior Day, we lost 42-6."
Ka’Deem Carey wasn’t just successful Saturday, he was smart.
Senior Matt Scott set UA single-game records for completions (45) and attempts (69), and his 491 yards just missed Willie Tuitama's school mark for passing yards (510), set at Washington in 2007.
STANFORD, Calif. - The Arizona Wildcats didn't set out to attempt the most passes in program history on Saturday. But their inability to run the ball early on and Stanford's formidable front-seven meant the team's game plan would have to include plenty of throws.
Stanford tailback Stepfan Taylor, now a senior, had 153 rushing yards against Arizona last year.
Starting guard Chris Putton (62) filled in at tackle against Oregon State last Saturday because of injuries.
The Arizona Wildcats' offensive line is an intelligent, articulate group of players with academic interests varying from regional development and education leadership to international security and German studies.
If it wasn’t for the final score, Addison Bachman would have had the best game ever.
The Arizona Wildcats' final dress rehearsal before their Sept. 1 season opener ended with a play that would seem unlikely, even on a PlayStation.
The University of Arizona Wildcats will open the football season Sept. 1 against Toledo boasting a core group of offensive linemen that are both experienced and comfortable with each other.