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Plan BYU: Holy War is answer to fixing Pac-12 Rivalry Week

I had a wonderful Thanksgiving. Counting blessings. Seeing family. I watched two Arizona basketball games and went to a UA volleyball match. It was a really good holiday weekend. But something was missing. Thanksgiving isn’t 100% Thanksgiving without the Territorial Cup football game. It needs to come back. And, good news, Wildcats and Sun Devils, [&hellip

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Eye of the Beholder: No complaints about ugly win over UCLA heading into championship week

The Arizona Wildcats played poorly against UCLA. Depending on who you talk to, they’ll say the UA looked like either the Titanic, the Hindenburg or the approval rating of “Fifty Shades of Grey.” Unless you’re talking to this guy. You won’t hear me complaining about beating UCLA one bit

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Swivel Chair: Tracking changing occupants of Pac-12 South driver’s seat

The Arizona Wildcats erased all fear of a post-USC hangover by building leads of 31-0 and 52-16 before beating Washington State by three touchdowns. That win, coupled with USC’s loss to Utah, allowed the UA to regain control of its destiny in the Pac-12 South. It is a perch that has been occupied by multiple [&hellip

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Optimist Prime: How Arizona can win the Pac-12 South in 2014

As the 2014 college football season approaches, every team is undefeated and every player hopes to win a championship. The Arizona Wildcats are no exception and today we join them in dreaming. What would have to happen for the UA to realize its goal of winning the Pac-12 South

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Rebuilding Resume: Rich Rodriguez looking for wins against Pac-12 South best

Rich Rodriguez won 16 games in his first two years at Arizona, more than any realistic fan could have expected. How do you improve on back-to-back 8-5 seasons? Simply “winning more” isn’t enough. For a Wildcat program looking to move up in the Pac-12 South the next step is breaking through against UCLA and Arizona [&hellip

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