TEMPE — Over five years, there’s not much Jermaine Marshall hasn’t experienced in college basketball.
Arizona running back Ka'Deem Carey (25) runs into the end zone for a first-quarter touchdown during the University of Arizona vs. South Carolina State college football game Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012, in Tucson, Ariz. Photo by Mike Christy for the Arizona Daily Star.
With a win tonight at USC, the Arizona Wildcats will be 17-0 for the first time ever. Of course, it doesn't mean much unless they make a postseason run – but that hasn't stopped us from digging deep into the books to find out just how many Arizona teams have been this good through 17 games.
The Arizona Wildcats played in their 18th postseason game Dec. 31, 2013, at the AdvoCare V100 Bowl in Shreveport, La. A look at the Wildcats' victory and their previous 17 bowl appearances.
Some people are still not believers in the Wildcats, despite their victory over Duke on a neutral court. For others, it is conformation of their prowess and ranking.
TEMPE — It looks like University of Arizona fans struck first.
The "A'' on "A'' Mountain in Tempe — the home of Arizona State University — last night was painted red, one of the Wildcats' colors.
Arizona and Arizona State face off next week in their annual rivalry football game, and paintin…
LAS VEGAS — At halftime, 12 cabs lined up outside the press box at Sam Boyd Stadium. Three more arrived at the next light change off Broadbent Boulevard. Then a few more, until I stopped counting.
Whether broadcasting the Wildcats' football and basketball games on television or coaching its club rugby team, Dave Sitton was passionate about University of Arizona athletics.
Their 27th consecutive NCAA tournament appearance all but guaranteed, the Arizona Wildcats nonetheless figure to find themselves in foreign territory when seeds are announced Sunday at 7 p.m.
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."
Belmont showed in an NCAA first-round loss to Duke and DeMarcus Nelson, center, in 2008 that it's not likely to be in awe of No. 6 UA on Thursday.
A sixth seed was Kansas, 1988, running the table, cutting down the nets Arizona so desperately hoped would become treasures in Lute Olson's trophy case.
UA freshman forward Grant Jerrett, left, and senior guard Mark Lyons reflect on a 66-64 loss to UCLA in the Pac-12 tournament semifinals. The Wildcats blew an 11-point lead midway through the second half, hurt by a technical called on coach Sean Miller.
Sabino coach Jay Campos, whose squad will open against Salpointe, is expected to field another strong team in 2013.
Immediately after Friday's loss to UCLA, while the game was still bigger than life, Arizona's locker room was funereal, almost as if the Wildcats had been kicked out of the NCAA tournament by East Tennessee State or Santa Clara.
The Pac-12 postseason awards released Monday mirrored the 2012-13 Arizona Wildcats.
Arizona State University administrators are getting backlash from students and alumni who dislike the new version of Sparky the Sun Devil, the school’s costumed mascot.
Shabazz Muhammad's average of 18.3 points per game is tops among the nation's freshmen. It might help the Bruin win Pac-12 Player of the Year.