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Arizona Wildcats Football 2015 News and Updates
8/3/15 - Their first preseason practice in the books, the reports are starting to come in on just how Arizona Wildcats Football is looking in 2015. For starters, Anu Solomon is said to be looking quite a bit sharper and healthier, taking every first team rep and generally displaying solid command throughout the session. His most likely backup, Jerrard Randall, turned in a quality outing as well, looking considerably more comfortable with the offensive scheme. Last but not least, Carter Wood looked good at center, and the consensus is that the position is his to lose heading into 2015. Who will lead the Wildcats offense when the season kicks off in September? Get your tickets to be a part of the action live in-person, on sale now!
7/27/15 - If you’re to believe the naysayers who participated in the Pac-12 Media Days vote, then Arizona Wildcats Football is doomed before the season’s even started. Arizona was picked to finish fourth in the Pac-12 South, behind UCLA, USC, and Arizona State. Fans of the ‘Cats know better, though—after all, this is a team that finished 10-2 overall with a 7-2 record in league play last year. As reigning division champs, one might think UA would get the benefit of the doubt, but media voters seem to view things a bit differently. The Wildcats will have their opportunity to show the doubters what they’re really about when their season kicks off September 3rd at Arizona Stadium in Tucson. Tickets are on sale now starting at just $5!
12/1/14 - The Arizona Wildcats are having one of the best seasons in recent memory, currently sporting a record of 10-2. Last weekend, they took on a very game Arizona State football team, but it was the Wildcats who proved to be the better team. They won 42-35, and it was one of the biggest wins of the season. In their huge win, Anu Solomon went on to throw for 208 yards and had 2 touchdowns. He made good decisions down the stretch, and they will need him to continue to do so if they want to keep things rolling. Up next for them is a pivotal game against the Oregon Ducks. The Ducks have one of the best quarterbacks in college football right now, Marcus Mariota, so they will need to contain him early. Tickets can be bought now for a price of $19.
11/24/14 - A special season for Arizona Wildcats football continued with a 42-10 victory over a strong Utah team in Provo on Saturday. With that win, Arizona now sits with a 9-2 overall record, which is good enough to keep pace in the battle for the Pac 12 southern division title. Next up, the Wildcats finish the regular season with the annual Duel in the Desert game against the Arizona State Sun Devils in Tucson on November 29. Tickets for that pivotal matchup are available starting at $95, and the outcome has some major postseason implications. Should UCLA lose against Stanford, the winner of this rivalry game will take on Oregon for the Pac 12 Championship on December 6 at Levis Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Tickets for the championship game start at $74.
11/20/14 - The Arizona Wildcats are currently 14th in the nation right now, sporting an overall record of 8-2. They are 5-2 in the Pac-12, and they are coming off a closely contested game against Washington. They ended up winning by one point, with the final score being 27-26. In their close win, running back Nick Wilson went on to have a great game. He ended up rushing for 104 yards and tacked on 2 touchdowns. He’s a huge reason for their win, as it allowed them to control the tempo and clock. They will need a repeat performance from him in order to keep building off this win. Up next for the Wildcats is a great game against Utah, who are currently ranked 23rd in the nation. It’s a competitive game, one that has a lot of meaning behind it. Tickets for the game can be bought now, which start out at around $71.
11/10/14 - The Arizona Wildcats are coming off a huge victory against Colorado, with a final score of 38-20. A huge reason for their success was predicated on the dynamic play of their quarterback, Anu Solomon. He ended up throwing for 211 yards and had an incredible 4 touchdowns. It’s stellar play like this that keeps the Wildcats competitive with any team in the Pac-12. Their running back, Nick Wilson, also had a stellar game rushing, who ended up rushing for an incredible 153 yards. This balanced attack is exactly what allows them to thrive. Currently, they are ranked 19th in the nation, and they still have a few more games to further their standings in their conference. Up next for them is a game against Washington. They aren’t ranked, but the Wildcats will still need to take them serious as the season draws to a close. Tickets for next weekend’s game start out at a low $16.
11/3/14 - Even though this past weekend’s disappointing loss to UCLA likely knocked your Wildcats out of contention for the inaugural college football playoff, there is still much to play for in this 2014 college football season. With 4 games remaining, including a season-ending home tilt against the Pac-12 South leading Arizona State Sun Devils, your Wildcats still have a chance to earn a berth in the Pac-12 title game. Come out to Arizona Stadium and cheer on Arizona Wildcats Football for the final three home games of the season. In addition to the Arizona State game, the Wildcats also host conference rivals Colorado and Washington at home. Razorgator has tickets starting at just $17. Make it out to one of these contests to cheer on Coach Rich Rodriguez and electric freshman QB Anu Solomon as they lead the Wildcats to victory.