The 10 issue magazine will officially debut in October with the 2006 Basketball Yearbook. The Basketball Yearbook will parallel the Football Yearbook in many ways. There will be one-on-one interviews with the coaching staff, profiles on returning players and complete breakdown and analysis of the upcoming season.
The Basketball Yearbook will be followed with monthly issues of the magazine that run through the end of the school year, with the final issue of the year being published in May. The year end issue will have the look and feel of the Yearbooks as it will be a complete rundown of the year that was for Wildcat Athletics as well as a look ahead to the following year for all of the athletic teams that compete for the University of Arizona.
Here is a look at what your yearly subscription to the Wildcat Sports Report gets you.
August -- Football Yearbook Issue (2006 Yearbook excluded).
September -- Coverage of all UA sports with FULL Football Coverage.
October -- Basketball Yearbook with FULL Football Coverage.
November – Coverage of all UA sports with FULL Coverage of Football and Basketball.
December – Football Season Recap, Basketball Coverage and Bowl Season Preview.
January – Basketball Coverage and a Bowl Recap.
February – Coverage of all UA sports centering on Basketball.
March – Football Recruiting Yearbook and Basketball Tourney Preview.
April – Basketball Tourney Review and Spring Football Coverage
May – Spring Football/Basketball Recruiting Yearbook/Year in Review and Look Ahead to the next year.
A yearly subscription to the Wildcat Sports Report is only $44.95 with all shipping and mailing costs included. Ordering your yearly subscription to the Wildcat Sports Report is extremely simple and easy. Just go to SHOPPING CART and click on the yearly subscription link.
Don't forget to order your 2006 Wildcat Sports Report Football Yearbook. The 2006 Football Yearbook will include a review of the Wildcats 2005 season and a preview of the upcoming 2006 season. The initial issue will also include a complete review of the Arizona Football Class of 2006 recruiting class. We will have bios, stats and quotes from and about each of the members of the class as well as a scouting report on each player and a look ahead at how each member fits into the Wildcats plans for the 2006 season.
The Wildcat Sports Report 2006 Football Yearbook will also include a one-on-one interview with Head Coach Mike Stoops as well as a personal letter from Coach Stoops that he has written for the fans of Wildcat Football. The 2006 Football Yearbook will also include one-on-one interviews with Arizona Offensive Coordinator Mike Canales and Defensive Coordinator Mark Stoops. All of these special interviews, including the letter from the head coach are EXCLUSIVE to the Wildcat Sports Report Magazine and can be seen nowhere else, not even on the internet.
The 2006 Yearbook is sold separately but if you sign up for the yearly subscription to Wildcat Sports Report you will receive the 2007 Football Yearbook as a part of your yearly subscription.
While the magazine will be created by the same editorial team that produces much of the content on WildcatInsider.com it is a separate venture not associated with the website or Scout.com.
Don't mess around and reserve your copy today! The Wildcat Sports Report 2006 Football Yearbook is the only publication of its kind and The Wildcat Sports Report Magazine is the only magazine of its kind. Ordering your copy of the 2006 Football Yearbook and your Yearly subscription of the Wildcat Sports Report is very easy. Simply go to SHOPPING CART and reserve your copy and get your subscription today!
Thank You and BEAR DOWN Wildcat FANS!
James Clark – Publisher, Wildcat Sports Report
Brad Allis – Publisher/Editor-In-Chief, Wildcat Sports Report
Chris Bonney – Publisher/Football Editor, Wildcat Sports Report
Justin Wollman – Staff Writer, Wildcat Sports Report