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El Uno: Arizona welcoming back the joy of being No. 1

A warning to all Tucsonans: You may find your internet running slow this morning. Wildcat fans in town and across the Universe are going to be sitting on their phones hitting refresh until the news is official. Arizona is Number 1. After waiting this long a little extra download time will be well worth it

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This Week in the Pac-12, Week 11: Key North battle and Arizona Football eyes postseason

The assumption has long been that the Oregon Ducks are going to win out and play for the national championship. Stanford and Oregon State are both looking forward to having their say in the Pac-12 North race, but they have to face each other first. For the Arizona Wildcats, it doesn’t get more humbling than [&hellip

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Shot Down: Arizona Football’s flirtation with Pac-12 South title ends with slap in the face

So were you really in love? That’s what determines how much it hurts after a breakup. Was it a serious relationship that had long-term potential or were you still in the getting-to-know-each-other phase? The Arizona Wildcats and their fans had a short fling with the concept of a Pac-12 South championship. That relationship came to [&hellip

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This Week in the Pac-12, Week 10: South race hinges on USC-Oregon and Arizona-UCLA

All season long Rich Rodriguez has talked to his team about becoming relevant. To do that, he preached, you have to beat ranked teams. You have to become a ranked team. By defeating USC the Arizona Wildcats jumped beyond relevant. This week the UA plays as a contender

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Football Rehab: RichRod’s big wins therapy for scarred Arizona fans

Hello, my name is Scott and I’m an Arizona Football fan. I knew when Ka’Deem Carey’s first-quarter touchdown run was called back the Wildcats would settle for a field goal. I knew when John Bonano’s second-quarter field goal was called back the retry would be missed. I knew Arizona wouldn’t be able to run out [&hellip

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