HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii hired former Arizona State coach Todd Graham on Tuesday to lead the Rainbow Warriors.
Graham replaces Nick Rolovich, who left Hawaii after four seasons to become...
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona football coach Kevin Sumlin is returning for a third season in the desert.
Arizona athletic director Dave Heeke made the announcement after the Wildcats’ 24-14...
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona coach Kevin Sumlin has fired defensive coordinator Marcel Yates and linebackers coach John Rushing.
Sumlin promoted defensive analyst and former NFL assistant...
OXFORD, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi has hired veteran coach Rich Rodriguez to be its next offensive coordinator.
The 55-year-old Rodriguez has been the head coach at West Virginia, Michigan and Arizona and is regarded as one of the college game's better offensive coaches. He replaces Phil Longo, who left Ole Miss to take the same job at North Carolina.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Kevin Sumlin's last trip to the Rose Bowl was a nightmare as UCLA rallied in the fourth quarter to beat Texas A&M. The first-year Arizona coach now faces a return without his best player as the Wildcats face UCLA.
The Kevin Sumlin era in Tucson has gotten off to a rocky start, to say the least.
The Wildcats, a team that some college football pundits thought might contend in the Pac-12 South, are 0-2 and coming off a 45-18 rout at Houston.
Fortunately, for the Wildcats, Arizona appears to have a team it can finally beat Saturday night in FCS foe Southern Utah (0-2), which lost 48-25 at Oregon State last weekend.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Jim Harbaugh was coaching the San Diego Toreros the last time Michigan won a true road game against a ranked team.
Yeah, that was a long time ago.
The 14th-ranked Wolverines have an opportunity to stop their 12-year skid on Saturday night at No. 12 Notre Dame.
"We're a better team than last year and we just can't wait to prove it," Michigan safety Tyree Kinnel said Monday.
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Most times when a new coach takes over a program, the expectations are tempered. Arizona is looking to contend for a Pac-12 South title in Kevin Sumlin's first season.
The Wildcats are loaded with talent offensively, are led by one of the nation's most dynamic players and have a chance to be much better defensively than they were under Rich Rodriguez. Why not anticipate being in contention for a division title?
Former Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez says a claim by his former administrative assistant seeking $7.5 million for sexual harassment is a "sensationalized tale" created to extort him.
His attorneys filed a response to the attorney general of Arizona on Monday.
Rodriguez was fired by Arizona on Jan. 2 after the school investigated but could not substantiate the allegations.
Arizona has tabbed former Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin as its football coach.
Sumlin is expected to sign a five-year contract, pending approval by the Arizona Board of Regents. An introductory news conference is scheduled for Tuesday.
He replaces Rich Rodriguez, who was fired Jan. 2 amid sexual harassment allegations.
A claim filed by the former assistant to fired Arizona football coach Rich Rodriguez says he walked around the office in his underwear, fondled himself in front of her and forced her to cover up an extramarital affair he had with another woman.
The claim seeking damages against Rodriguez was filed by an attorney for the former assistant and her husband and is a required precursor to a lawsuit against a government official. It was released Wednesday by the Arizona attorney general's office.
Arizona has fired football coach Rich Rodriguez after a notice of claim was filed with the state attorney general's office alleging he ran a hostile workplace.
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona's Rich Rodriguez and Todd Graham of Arizona State were among coaches on the hottest seats heading into the season.
Only one remains there as the teams prepare to play in their annual rivalry game for the Territorial Cup. It's not Rodriguez. His Wildcats have been arguably the biggest surprise in the Pac-12.
Graham, on the other hand, may need to win on Saturday to keep his job — not that he wants to hear about it, much less talk about it.
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Khalil Tate did it again, and now he has the Arizona Wildcats in position to be taken quite seriously in the Pac-12.
In his fourth straight spectacular performance and the team's fourth consecutive victory, Tate rushed for 158 yards and a touchdown and passed for 275 more and two scores, leading surprising Arizona to a 58-37 victory over No. 15 Washington State on Saturday night.