Arizona entered tonight's game against UTSA with starting running back Terris Jones-Grigsby fresh off a huge game but on the injury list. Freshman Nick Wilson made that a non-issue against the Roadrunners, carrying the ball 30 times for 174 yards and a touchdown in his first start. 

UTSA came into tonight's game against Arizona with lots of momentum, having held its first opponent, Houston, to negative rushing yards. The hype built during the past week, but that and a hometown crowd at the Alamodome didn't translate into a fast start against the Wildcats. 

Updated September 4, 2014

Here’s a USA Today preview of Arizona-UTSA, while Greg Hansen of the Arizona Daily Star answers readers’ questions about how the Arizona-UTSA game came about and related tidbits about the two schools.


Pac-12 Networks will have three football games sharing the same broadcast window and AT&T U-verse and DISH will offer their customers additional channels to watch any of those three games on September 6. All Pac-12 Networks games will also be available to other providers through the Pac-12 Now TV Everywhere service.

After waiting nearly the entire offseason to be named the starter, Arizona quarterback Anu Solomon won Athlon Sports' National Freshman of the Week award on Tuesday.

Stanford football coach David Shaw said on Tuesday's coaches' call he thinks quaterbacks Kevin Hogan (Stanford) and Cody Kessler (USC) don't get the respect they deserve.


Some unexpectedly close games caused a few Pac-12 teams to drop a few spots (and even one to fall out of the Top 25), but five conference teams remain in the latest AP Top 25 poll.

Saturday's Oregon-Michigan State game in Eugene will have a far-reaching impact beyond the result for each school and their respective conferences in this year's College Football Playoff. 

The table was set for what was a premier women’s soccer match up of two perennial programs on Friday, August 29, 2014. The most dominant women’s soccer program in history, North Carolina Tar Heels, were stepping into Westwood for the very first time to face the defending national champions, UCLA Bruins. I had received several text and email messages all week from family, friends and colleagues reminding me to have fun; after all, it was UNC vs. UCLA women’s soccer.

Updated September 1, 2014

The Pac-12 wrapped up its opening weekend 10-2, and no team turned more heads that last year’s 1-11 Cal Golden Bears.



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