It’s no secret what Rich Rodriguez and the Arizona Wildcats like to do offensively.
Davonte' Neal has played in a BCS National Championship game. He's a two-time Arizona Gatorade Player of the Year and won two state championships at Scottsdale Chaparral High School.
Position coaches only get so much time to watch film with their players during a season and fall camp.
There's a common misconception when it comes to Rich Rodriguez and quarterbacks.
Rich Rodriguez had been waiting for Saturday night since he was hired as the Arizona Wildcats coach in 2011.
A little more than a week ago, with his team flying from Reno, Nev., to Colorado Springs, Tucson Padres shortstop Dean Anna did what most ballplayers do on an early-morning flight - he took a nap.
Rodney Carr arrived in Tucson this weekend without a scholarship offer from the Arizona Wildcats or a real idea of what might come next in the recruiting process.
Wednesday, it was nearly 30 minutes of practicing bunt defense. One day earlier, it was working on tagging from third base on a fly ball to the outfield.
When Andy Lopez walked into the clubhouse to meet with his team after Sunday's 7-1 win over USC at Hi Corbett Field, he gave them a time and a location for practice Tuesday night.
Generally, Triple-A players can be placed into one of three categories.
Playing in the Pac-12, coach Andy Lopez and the Arizona Wildcats see some of the country's best competition week in, week out.
When Sawyer Carroll arrived at the Padres' spring training facility in Peoria a little before 7 a.m. Sunday, the idea of a two-hour bus ride to Tucson wasn't all that appealing.
The Arizona Wildcats worked their way through the Pac-12 last season by out maneuvering their opponents at Hi Corbett Field.
It sounds crazy, but if it were up to Arizona Wildcats coach Andy Lopez, all of his team's nonconference games would be tight, one-run games.