History Archive

Somewhere in Middle America: Notes and facts on the 2016 College World Series field

The BatCats are back in Omaha! Read on for southern woes, unlikable foes and why history says Arizona will not go all the way this year

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Can You Hear Me? 2016 Pac-12’s best chance to make tournament noise in almost a decade

You’ve heard about the Pac-12’s record-breaking seven bids in this year’s NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship but the news is even better than that. Among the seven dancers are enough highly-seeded teams to give the conference a legitimate shot at its first Final Four team in eight years

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Look Good, Play Bad? Arizona has struggled with new helmets

There isn’t anything that fires up a college football team at practice more than unveiling new uniform items (except maybe canceling practice altogether). The Arizona Wildcats‘ shiny new toys are literally shiny as the UA announced it will wear helmets with the increasingly–popular “chrome” look for the first time in this week’s very large game [&hellip

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Safe at Home: Arizona Baseball has coaching legacy of longevity

Jay Johnson has been the Arizona Wildcats baseball coach for one week. He’d better be prepared to stick around for at least 728 weeks. The UA baseball program has been built on coaching stability for over a hundred years

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Never Forget: Timeline of 2009 Arizona coaching search on anniversary of Sean Miller’s hire

Happy anniversary, Coach! Happy anniversary to UA fans as well. Six years ago today Sean Miller agreed to head up the Arizona Wildcats‘ basketball program. We take a look back at how close it came to not happening

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