The course of Arizona football changed Sunday afternoon. News of the program-defining hire of former Houston University and Texas A&M Coach Kevin Sumlin broke just after 1 p.m. local time Sunday—capping an 11-day coaching search that seemed thrice as long, at least.
A feverish Saturday afternoon between two of the Pac-12’s most successful basketball teams, full of head-scratching twists and turns, had a picturesque ending for Sean Miller.
The fate of the Arizona Wildcats flipped on a highlight reel, rim-rattling dunk by sophomore guard Rawle Alkins.
The fate of Mountain View’s tilt against longtime rival Tucson High School came down to the most nerve-wracking of shots, the free throw.
It was a weekend of dizzying highs and head-scratching lows for the Roadrunners, who split their two-game homestand against the Ontario Reign over the weekend.
A sea of maroon red jerseys, sweatshirts and shirts swarmed the front doors of Tucson Arena on a cold December night, as the crowd made its way towards the oversized wooden doors.
The University of Arizona will have a new head football coach for the first time since 2012, after former coach Rich Rodriguez was fired last Tuesday.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last 24 hours, you probably know there will be a new football coach in Tucson come fall.
When she’s not racing down the track, 17-year-old Oro Valley resident Sabrina Ketner is learning the ins-and-outs of law enforcement with the town’s police department.
The crowd noise reverberating through the concrete and steel confines of Arizona Stadium during last Friday’s NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl sent chills up the most hardened of spines.
Before the Roadrunners faced off against Stockton last week, we sat down with team president Bob Hoffman to discuss the team’s success in its first 16 months in Tucson, the goals going forward and how the American Hockey League’s western shift has gone so far. The Roadrunners play their next…
Sean Miller and company took care of business Thursday, taming the University of Connecticut 73-58 to earn the win.
It was a night of rim-rattling highs and heart-wrenching lows for the Arizona Wildcats on a sleepy Monday night.
Corey Duck was a happy man as he embraced his team after a 32-minute rock fight of a basketball game on Thursday night.
Mike Van Ryn looked skyward as the seconds ticked away, likely glancing at the oversized scoreboard resting against the wall.
It’s been 18 years and 334 days since Arizona last made the 448-mile journey to the hallowed grounds of The Pit in Albuquerque.
Drew Cotton couldn’t help but smile as the final seconds drained off the clock on the stained hardwood floor at Mountain View High School last Tuesday.
Sean Miller raised his hands, let out a deep sigh of relief and cracked an elusive smile as the seconds drained off the clock at McKale Center on Saturday night.
Drew Cotton couldn’t help but smile as the final seconds drained off the clock on the stained hardwood floor at Mountain View High School.
A boisterous crowd of students and parents alike roared to its feet inside the fieldhouse at Canyon Del Oro High School last Friday night.
There’s a train of thought that a coach can learn more about his players in the sour taste of defeat than in the glory of victory.
There’s a common thread between the many student-athletes from Southern Arizona who find their way to collegiate athletics. That thread, which was exemplified once again in ceremonies at high school gymnasiums and cafeterias around the region last week, is the support systems that allow athl…
Tucson Youth Football & Spirit Federation 11U Steelers Tackle Football Team is a spirited group of young boys who call themselves BYB—BLACK & Yellow Brothers.
It’s been a whirlwind season of dizzying highs and heartbreaking lows on the gridirons of Southern Arizona, and state championship week is upon us.
The course of Pusch Ridge Christian Academy’s playoff lives changed on the game’s opening kickoff of the Division 3A state semifinals.
Sean Miller preached to anyone within earshot that his team needed to step its game up on the defensive side of the ball to survive the five-month roller coaster ride that is modern college basketball.
The dozen or so members tasked with playing under the LED spotlights at McKale Center know full-well what awaits them on Thursday night.
Nick Wilson dipped and dodged his way into the end zone for the opening salvo of Saturday’s home finale against Oregon State—kicking off what would become a 60-minute beat down.
It was an afternoon of dizzying highs and head-scratching lows for the Arizona Wildcats on Sunday, against an overmatched University of Maryland-Baltimore County.
The course of the Marana Tigers football season came down to a bounce (or lack thereof) on an onside kick attempt late in the game’s fourth quarter.
The genesis of the revolutionary offensive scheme that’s revitalized Marana High School’s football team was launched four years ago in a neighborhood bar.
Girl power is on the rise, and so is girls’ rugby. Formidable local teens are joining the Old Pueblo Thunder, Tucson’s first high-school girls rugby team.
Have you missed out on watching Arizona’s gargantuan gunslinger Khalil Tate and find yourself with a bad case of buyer’s remorse as a result? Have you watched an Arizona defensive unit that starts five or more freshmen crush opponents in ways unseen in these parts since legends named Bruschi…
Darkness descended upon the three-tiered east grandstand at Arizona Stadium as the faint scent of mesquite wafted through the Southern Arizona sky last Saturday.
Noah Pellantes felt his pulse pounding underneath his grey uniform, looking through the blinding glow of stadium lights to track the tiny object heading his direction. The Ironwood Ridge senior located the object, a football, and sprinted to his left, seeing a massive hole in Sahuaro’s coverage.
Darkness descended upon the three-tiered east grandstand at Arizona Stadium as the faint scent of mesquite wafted through the Southern Arizona sky.
A sweltering late October sun roasts a cadre of teenagers, donning various colored practice jerseys and golden pants as a cacophony of whistles screech in the distance.
Noah Pellantes felt his pulse pounding underneath his grey uniform, looking through the blinding glow of stadium lights to track the tiny object heading his direction.