When Riley Moore was a senior at San Marcos High School in Santa Barbara, Calif., his team won three games the entire season.
It reads like a West Coast swing for a bar band’s nationwide tour.
Rich Rodriguez oversaw his first spring game at a half-full Kino Stadium on a rainy Saturday in 2012.
Andy Lopez swears he almost saw Bigfoot on Sunday night at Hi Corbett Field in the ninth inning of Arizona’s 6-5 win over UCLA.
Austin Hill lined up in his usual slot position to the right of quarterback Connor Brewer. Twelve months removed from a torn ACL, Hill survived six weeks of spring drills with no damage and was a spring game away from a completely clean slate.
Fifty-four minutes into Saturday’s spring game, a smiling Rich Rodriguez walked over to the Pac-12 Networks on-field camera man with an inquiry.
For 36 games this season, Andy Lopez and the Arizona Wildcats have searched for consistency.
Some notes and observations from Saturday's Arizona spring game, won by the offense 57-38.
Rich Rodriguez has been around long enough to remember when a spring game used to just be a spring game.
The stage was set for the Arizona Wildcats to continue their turnaround.
Growing up in Anchorage, Alaska, DeAndre Miller had two choices: Play sports or get into trouble.
In the past three games, Arizona coach Andy Lopez has seen a few things from his club that he hasn’t seen all season.
When spring drills started, things seemed to be pretty settled on the offensive line.
Jesse Scroggins has no idea if he’ll be the starting quarterback when the Arizona Wildcats open their season Aug. 29 at home against UNLV.
Pretty much every time Rich Rodriguez talks about Samajie Grant, he says some variation of what he uttered Friday afternoon.
Connor Brewer hadn’t been in Tucson for one week before his coaches starting ribbing him.
David Lockwood remembers his first impression of free safety Jourdon Grandon two years ago. It wasn’t the most flattering thought in the world
It's no secret Arizona should have a deep and talented group at wide receiver this season. Austin Hill is back from injury, DaVonte Neal and Cayleb Jones are both eligible after transferring and everyone other than Terrence Miller is back from 2013.
To get a feel for how things are going for Andy Lopez and the Arizona Wildcats these days, all you had to do was hear him talk about the end of practice Tuesday afternoon.
Defensive line coach Bill Kirelawich sat in his customary post-practice seat at Kindall/Sancet Stadium after a recent session with his cigar burning in his right hand.
At this point last year, Rich Rodriguez had a pretty good idea B.J. Denker would be his starting quarterback.
Rich Rodriguez and the Arizona Wildcats have scrapped plans to practice at Phoenix College on Friday night and will instead just practice on campus at Kindall/Sancet Stadium.
On one of the biggest days of the NCAA basketball season, Rich Rodriguez and the Arizona Wildcats stayed plenty busy on the football side.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Even from a distance, her red jacket and navy pants make it easy to see that Mary Johnson is a serious Arizona Wildcats fan.
On the biggest day of the basketball season, Rich Rodriguez and the Arizona Wildcats are staying plenty busy on the football side.
The Arizona Wildcats are staying busy on the recruiting trail.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — The Arizona Wildcats have played a total of 1,495 minutes this season.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — It was easy to spot Tim McConnell in the middle of the sea of red.
The Arizona Wildcats landed their second commitment of the 2015 class this morning.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — When Gary Franklin was a sophomore at Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana, Calif., he received his first scholarship offer from a graduate of the same high school.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Archie Miller knows a thing or two about rebuilding a program.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — When the Arizona Wildcats take the floor a little after 7 tonight for their Sweet 16 matchup with San Diego State, Honda Center should be jamming.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Rondae Hollis-Jefferson came to Arizona for a simple reason.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — After their 84-61 win over Gonzaga in the round of 32, the Arizona Wildcats boarded a 30-seat airplane at a small airfield in San Diego and took off for Tucson.
For the past two years, the Arizona Wildcats had a masked man in the middle of their defensive line.
SAN DIEGO — When the Arizona Wildcats are in a tight game, Mary Louise Roberson gets a two-word text message from her daughter.
SAN DIEGO — Like thousands of Arizona Wildcat fans, Byron Voirin was at every UA home game this season.
SAN DIEGO — Jacob Parker and his Stephen F. Austin teammates are used to life in the Southland Conference.
SAN DIEGO — The party started early Friday morning under cloudy skies in the heart of “America’s Finest City.”
SAN DIEGO — Sophomore Przemek Karnowski tried to maneuver his way through a crowded locker room minutes after he registered a double-double in Gonzaga’s 85-77 win over Oklahoma State on Friday afternoon.
Riley Moore isn’t one to get up in his teammates’ faces. That’s never been his style.
SAN DIEGO — Viejas Arena was eerily quiet Thursday morning.
Jordan Bachynski pictured the moment in his head a million times. But never like this.
Five practices into spring drills, Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez still has no idea who the quarterback will be for his Wildcats in the fall.
Andy Lopez manned his normal spot on the top step of the home dugout.
The Arizona Wildcats were one out away from a series win over Washington State on Saturday night and a fast start to Pac-12 play.
James Farris couldn’t help but smile.
As he walked off the field at Kindall/Sancet Stadium this week, Arizona football coach Rich Rodriguez rattled off the reasons why he’s an Arizona basketball fan.
If Andy Lopez ever has to have heart surgery again, he’s not letting his doctor schedule it.
When Rich Rodriguez portrayed Keanu Reeves in a parody of the movie “Speed” earlier this month, it was his way of sending one final message to the NCAA about a proposed rule change.