Cats' class fills needs

There is a lot to like about Arizona's recruiting class. Not only is it a top-10 nationally ranked class, not only does it contain three top-100 players and the nation's top point guard, most importantly, it fills a series of needs for the Wildcats.
November 15, 2007

Red/Blue Analysis

It was only a scrimmage. It is tough to take a whole lot from the Red/Blue game, but we do get a first glimpse from this team. There were some good things, some bad things and some things we may not know what to make of for a few weeks.
October 31, 2007

Tangara may get his chance

Things have not turned out like Mohamed Tangara had planned. The athletic big man committed to Arizona with the hopes of playing early and maybe, just maybe, getting a shot at the pros. So far that has not been the case. The likeable big man has battled injuries and lack of playing time in his Wildcat career. With an injury to Bret Brielmaier, Tangara may get his shot.
January 11, 2007

A look at the bigs

The Wildcats have always been known more for their perimeter players than their post players and this year should be no exception. Although there is more star power on the wings, there is still some serious talent and potential inside.
November 2, 2006

Looking Ahead: Big Men

Possibly the most maligned spot on the Wildcat basketball team was the play of the post players. No post player had a consistent season and that had Lute Olson and the coaches scrambling to adjust the line-up and strategies.
March 28, 2006

Olson on Sonoma State

The Cats take the court for the first time against someone other than themselves. Small school Sonoma State comes to town for an exhibition game. Lute Olson met with the media to discuss the game and the overall status of the team.
November 8, 2005