The new-look Arizona Wildcats will open their season Sept. 1 against Toledo.
A day later, they'll return to practice.
The Sunday workouts are part of first-year coach Rich Rodriguez's fall camp schedule, which was released Wednesday by the UA. The Wildcats will hold a light workout the day after games, then take Mondays off — though Rodriguez will still review film and hold his weekly news conference in McKale Center. The team will work out Tuesdays through Thursdays, with walk-throughs and travel — if the team is on the road — scheduled for Fridays.
The schedule marks another small, subtle change from former coach Mike Stoops' philosophy. Under Stoops, the UA had Sundays off — though players still came in for medical treatment — and practiced every Monday-Thursday, with walk-throughs on Fridays.
The UA will conclude training camp with a scrimmage Saturday. According to athletic director Greg Byrne's weekly email blast, the scrimmage will be open to the first 2,000 Wildcat Club members who RSVP. The scrimmage remains closed to the public and (ahem) media, however.