It was pretty obvious that Mike Stoops was not a happy camper at his weekly press conference. Not only did his team get beat on national television, but the offensive woes continue and his starting quarterback suffered a concussion. Here is the latest from Wildcat football land.
September 11, 2006
Arizona was known a year ago for a talented, but inconsistent receiving corps. They made big plays but also had big drops. They were also recognized because of a lack of height. This year the team hopes to erase both of those perceptions with a revamped group of receivers.
July 30, 2006
Last season no position was more frustrating than the wide receiver spot. Syndric Steptoe continued to improve and Mike Thomas was a pleasant surprise, but there were also a lot of problems in terms of consistency. Although many of the questions surrounding the team have not been answered, some light was shed on the spot in spring drills.
May 7, 2006
The Cats did not load up on offensive skill players. In fact, Arizona will not sign a quarterback or running back. Arizona went after a few high profile players at these spots, but failed to attract the guys they wanted. They decided that they did not want to settle for lesser players and turned their attention to other more pressing needs.
February 4, 2004
<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=784526">Bobby McCoy</a> is one of the top wide receivers in Texas this year and had around 10 offers in all, but he has decided to be a Wildcat. Cat Tracks was finally able to catch up with the star wideout to get his thoughts on the commitment.
January 30, 2004