Over 700 people turned out to the 2019 Nova Home Loans Bowl Kickoff Luncheon. The keynote speaker was Rudy Ruettiger, the man who’s life was based on the movie “Rudy”. Here’s more from our Thursday sportscast:
Since Arizona’s opening game loss to Hawaii, the Wildcats have broken off four victories in a row and are in first place in the Pac-12 South.
The Arizona Wildcat football team opened up in Las Vegas as a nearly ten point underdog vs. Washington. However, now it’s down to about a touchdown. Kickoff is set for 8 p.m. on Saturday at Arizona Stadium. Here’s more from Wednesday’s sportscast:
At Pac-12 Media Day, the Wildcats were predicted to finish 4th in the conference.
After winning 6 post-season games in a row to close off the 2018-2019 as the WNIT champs, Coach Adia Barnes and the Arizona Wildcat women’s basketball team has higher expectations this season.
At this week’s “Mondays with Sumlin” the U of A football coach had high praise for the Wildcat Offensive Line. Here’s more from Monday’s sportscast:
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott has expressed serious concerns about a new law that would allow college athletes in California to hire
Penelope’s Trojans beat Iliana’s Wildcats for a second straight season
Khalil Tate threw for a career-high 404 yards and three touchdowns to lead UA to a 4th straight win
News 4 Tucson has all you need to know for Saturday’s road venture for the UA to the Rocky Mountains
Arizona wide receiver Brian Casteel is turning heads with his athletic ability. He had an amazing TD catch and run (breaking several tackles) against UCLA -Only to be called back because it was determined his knee hit the ground upon catching the ball. Here’s more from Casteel (and on the run) from our Thursday sportscast:
The Arizona Wildcats (7-2, 1-1) recorded a clean sheet against 10-th ranked UCLA 3-0.
The U of A women’s basketball team had its “media day” on Wednesday. The coaches and players are excited to improve upon their 6 game winning streak from last season. Here’s more from Wednesday’s sportscast:
Former Cienega High School standout Jamarye Joyner has become one of the “go-to” wide receivers for the Wildcats. He talked about his transition to from quarterback to receiver. Here’s more from Tuesday’s sportscast:
Despite throwing for 352 yards and a TD en route to a big win for the Wildcats of UCLA, freshman Grant Gunnell will probably continue to backup senior Khalil Tate at QB throughout the rest of the season. Whatever the case, Arizona players have some high praise for the freshman signal-caller. Here’s more from KVOA’s sportscast: