In the world of scoop-driven transaction reporting, it’s OK for a reporter to be wrong. It is not ideal, of course; it’s bad for credibility. But it’s inevitable. Sometimes you’re going to get bad information, or get used by a source with an agenda, and you’re hosed. The best thing to do in that situation is to eat…
I am a sweaty person. Not just a little, not merely a light sheen of perspiration on hot days or after after exercise, but sweaty. Rivulets become torrents become a full-body drenching at the first sniff of 90 degrees or after the mildest of exertions. I am a disgusting human being, more liquid than man, my sweat…
No. 9 Arizona fell 75-72 to Colorado last night, the buzzer coming just after Allonzo Trier’s potential tying three clanged harmlessly away, and then, for the 10th time in the Wildcats’ last 11 road losses, the home fans charged the court.
UCLA junior guard Bryce Alford hit a tough three-pointer with 1.8 seconds left to help UCLA beat #7 Arizona 87-84, pleasing a fan sitting courtside with ripped jeans.
The New Mexico Bowl, one of the more mediocre matchups out of approximately one million mediocre bowl matchups this year, is on and popping. Arizona has New Mexico and the winner presumably gets expanded water rights on a tributary of the Colorado River or something. Anyway, New Mexico tried to go for it on a fake…
Good morning! Welcome to another college football Saturday. Here’s what the Arizona scamps came up with for today’s College GameDay signs. Some of them are funny! Some of them are horrible. (Some are actually from the superior SEC Nation program!)
The Arizona Wildcats completed a true team play in Pac-12 action at UCLA last night when shortstop Kevin Newman failed to pull down a pop fly, instead allowing it to bounce off his head and—amazingly—into left fielder Jared Oliva’s glove.
Arizona sophomore forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson suffered this heinous looking knee injury in the first half of the Sweet Sixteen matchup with Xavier. Hollis-Jefferson limped off the court to the locker room to receive treatment, but rejoined the sideline about five minutes later. Rachel Nichols reported that he…
Here is a good example of how to not to police people, as seen at Friday's Pac-12 championship game. According to the video uploader, this confrontation started when the man in white walked down the wrong pathway. The situation then quickly escalated, for no clear reason. A lieutenant from the Santa Clara Police…
Arizona held off the Sun Devils to seize the Territorial Cup and a trip to the Pac-12 championship game today, but a late unsportsmanlike conduct penalty left Wildcats coach Rich Rodriguez in an extremely combustible state.
UC-Irvine's Mamadou N'Diaye is Division I's tallest basketball player at seven feet, six inches tall. Arizona's Rondae Hollis-Jefferson dunked over him tonight.
The second-ranked Oregon Ducks fell at home tonight to Arizona 31-24, thanks in part to a ridiculous taunting penalty called at a crucial moment of the game.
Arizona erased a 22-point second-half deficit to stun Cal in Tucson tonight with a 47-yard Hail Mary from Anu Solomon to Austin Hill at the final gun.
Despite Tucson police praising their handling of an unruly UA crowd following Saturday night's Wildcat loss to Wisconsin in the Elite Eight, its department of internal affairs will investigate video showing one officer violently blindsiding a female student who was reportedly just trying to get out of the area.
While police dealt with disorderly Arizona students in Tucson, one video's surfaced of an incident away from the main activity. In the clip, a police officer in riot gear comes out of nowhere to check a girl into a bench, for no clear reason.
Police were called in to contain rowdy Arizona students after the Wildcats lost to Wisconsin in the Elite Eight last night, but all the
beanbag shots pepper balls in the world couldn't take one dude down. (For a little while, anyway.)