Mike and Mark Stoops are known for their great ability to coach defensive backs. Both have become known for putting defensive back after defensive back into the NFL and so far at Arizona they are continuing that path. In this week's Inside ‘The Unit', we will look at the defensive secondary of the Wildcats.
October 3, 2007
USC remains the team to beat in the Pac-10 while Arizona remains the only conference team to beat a Division I opponent. Still, the Wildcats are not a team you'd want to shake a stick at as they are seething mad after yet another frustrating loss. Oregon is looking more and more like a legitimate contender while ASU has clearly taken on the personality of their new head coach.
September 18, 2007
The Pac-10 enters the 2007 season as arguably the second best conference in the country behind only the SEC. Some key match ups in the opening week will go a long way in setting the tone for the season. Does the conference really have great depth or is the Pac-10 just one great USC team and nine others? The search for the truth begins this Thursday.
August 29, 2007
The Cats' defensive backfield is a real mixed bag. At corner back the Wildcats are very thin, while they appear to be loaded at safety. Since defensive back is a Stoops family specialty, it should come as no surprise that the Cats were able to land some very nice DB prospects.
February 4, 2004
Players don't usually commit a few days before their visits, but that is exactly what Dominic Patrick did. The defensive back is visiting Tucson for the first time this weekend and he has already decided that Arizona is the school for him. Now if he can just convince a few teammates...
January 8, 2004
Colorado may still be trying to grab another defensive back and they were at the school of Klein Forest, Texas star <a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=739060">Dominic Patrick</a> early this week. CU has already offered. Dominic has one open visit remaining and CU is vying to get it.
December 19, 2003