College football players never forget the first time they run with the rest of their teammates out of the tunnel and onto the field.
Arizona's Terrence Miller will likely play mostly at the wide receiver position because of injuries and players leaving the team.
Rich Rodriguez had a plan, and - for a while - it seemed like a good one.
UA coach Rich Rodriguez, center, sits with receiver Terrence Miller, left, and linebacker Jake Fischer in front of a giant screen at Sony Studios.
UA coach Rich Rodriguez on the quarterback competition: "It may take a couple of games to find out who the best guy is. We'll be OK."
CULVER CITY, Calif. - One minute, Arizona Wildcats coach Rich Rodriguez was talking about "The Lion King." Shortly after, he brought up excrement and then managed to separately reference Justin Bieber.
Terrence Miller is listed as a wide receiver on the Wildcats roster, but he likely will be used at tight end from time to time, to provide mismatches.
If you watched the Arizona Wildcats just once in Rich Rodriguez's first season in Tucson, you know he likes his team to play fast.
If you watched the Arizona Wildcats just once in Rich Rodriguez’s first season in Tucson, you know he likes his team to play fast.
The versatility of Terrence Miller makes him a strong candidate for the tight end spot. He caught 13 passes in three games last season.
Josh Kern, a redshirt quarterback last season, is in the tight end mix but needs to add to his 197 pounds.
What does Arizona Wildcats coach Rich Rodriguez want his ideal tight end to look like?
The New Mexico Bowl hadn't been over for more than an hour before Terrence Miller's cell phone rang.
Mike Stoops ushered in an era of navy helmets, and the UA often wore all-blue at home. Photo by Kelly Presnell, Arizona Daily Star/2012
Dan Buckner liked the numbers, sure. But the letter was better.
Two players engage each other during the Wildcats' fifth day of practice. Each workout has been at night so far; today's is in the morning.
Receiver Terrence Miller suffered a lacerated kidney in "a freak accident" during spring practice, but he says he's 100 percent.
A football player by trade and competitor by nature, Terrence Miller has endured his fair share of falls on the field.