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  • Leach does his shtick while providing update on Cougars

    LOS ANGELES – Arizona football coach Rich Rodriguez did an admirable job warming up the crowd, calling out the Pac-12 hosts on their gaudy 100th anniversary décor and saying that …

  • Arizona, WSU promise plenty of action

    Two of college football’s most up-tempo offenses will try and pack as many plays as possible into four quarters today when Arizona plays at Washington State.

  • Wildcats’ offense a lesson in evolution

    PULLMAN – With 16 days between games, the Washington State football team will have had plenty of time to prepare for Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez’s famed spread offense when the …

  • Some Pac-12 teams slow to name starting QB

    It came as no surprise that when Washington State released its first official depth chart of the season on Tuesday, Connor Halliday was listed all by himself as the team’s …

  • Pac-12 coaches try to avoid criticizing players publicly

    With so much consternation surrounding Washington State coach Mike Leach’s public criticism of his players’ effort – and, to be fair, his own, as well – we turn to an …

  • Pac-12 football coaches buzz about injury reports

    Years from now, perhaps Arizona Wildcats head coach Rich Rodriguez will be lauded as an innovator. As calls for an NFL-style standardized injury report in the Pac-12 become louder and …

  • Rodriguez promises exciting play at Arizona

    TUCSON, Ariz. – Rich Rodriguez made his first public appearance as football coach at Arizona, standing at center court at McKale Center on Tuesday at a news conference interrupted repeatedly …

  • Rodriguez hired to rebuild Arizona

    Rich Rodriguez turned West Virginia into a national championship contender before flaming out as Michigan coach under enormous expectations. Those turbulent three seasons with the Wolverines didn’t keep Arizona from …



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