Juron Criner Archive

This Week in the Pac-12, Week 1: Football returns as Rodriguez and other new coaches make debuts

Merry Football Christmas! You can watch football games today! Pac-12 games, even! Lots of them! Yes, it’s a heavy exclamation point day. The 100-degree weather feels a little cooler as college football returns. Read on for the Pac-12 TV schedule, a weekend preview and thoughts on Rich Rodriguez’s first game as the Arizona Wildcats’ head [&hellip

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This Week in the Pac-12, Week 13: Ducks-Beavers! Trojans-Bruins! Cajuns-Cats?

The final regular season weekend is here in the Pac-12 and neither division race has been decided. Last week’s upset has Oregon needing a win to clinch the North and the South is a mess because every (eligible) team has been upsettingly bad. Two schools are finishing with a non-conference game including the Arizona Wildcats [&hellip

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On the Ball: Savoring Arizona Football’s big win over UCLA

For one night everything came together for the Arizona Wildcats football team. Tim Kish’s debut as the interim head coach was a rousing success and the blowout of UCLA should be enjoyed as long as possible. Just don’t try to read anything into it

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Not Shocked: Arizona Football’s good and bad vs. NAU reveal what was already known

The halftime score was 14-10. That certainly was not expected but how the Arizona Wildcats got there was no surprise based on the question marks going into the 2011 football season

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Wide Screen: Pac-10 TV contract means great things for Pac-12 football and basketball fans

No new Sean Miller rumors this week? Good. Now we can go back to talking about the games. Specifically, what does the new Pac-12 media rights deal mean to those of us who watch the games

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