Arizona Wildcats football hurt by recruiting miscues
TUCSON — When a team is struggling, as Arizona is this season, everyone — coaches, players, media and fans — tries to figure out just where everything went wrong.
How could the Wildcats go from Pac-12 South Champions and a 10-win team in 2014 to a 2-5 team in disarray just two years later?
Injuries are a concern and bad luck is a factor, for sure. But college football often comes down to one thing — recruiting. A bad class, or two, can set a program back.
After Arizona’s 48-14 shellacking at the hands of USC on Saturday, UA coach Rich Rodriguez was asked why he has optimism for the program... read more
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