Spring Fling

It was the biggest crowd for a spring scrimmage in school history. A record number 11,800 showed up, too bad all of them didn't stay for the whole game. Strange temperature swings, mixed with a sudden down poor, sent many of the fans home early. For those who left, they missed a lot of action as the offense saved their best for last.
April 23, 2005

2004 Signing Day: Offensive Skill Positions

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

Arizona Lands California Receiver

One of the many visitors in town over the weekend was <a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=695092">Gerold Rodriguez</a> from the prolific passing offense of Venice High School in Los Angeles. Coming into the visit he did not have an offer, but coming out of it not only did he have an offer, he committed. We get the story on his visit and what made him want to play for <b>Mike Stoops</b> and company.
January 21, 2004

Venice WR Will be in Town on Friday

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=803942">Gerold Rodriguez</a> is one of many prospects expected in town this weekend. He currently has eight offers but says he is still leaning towards UA, despite not having an offer yet from the Wildcat staff. He talks about some of his Venice teammates and what their plans are and also discusses what puts Arizona in his pole position currently. Gerold had 60 catches for 1,200 yards and 16 touchdowns this year.
January 15, 2004

Venice Wide Receiver Rodriguez Has Several Offers

"I'm big on the Arizona schools - Arizona State and Arizona", Rodriguez told The Insiders late Wednesday evening. "I've been hearing from the Pac 10 schools and my cousin, J.P. Losman, is the quarterback at Tulane
August 6, 2003