Training camp is about two months away but some positional battles are already starting to take shape. SDBoltReport.com looks at seven such battles -- some for starting jobs, others for key reserve roles -- and breaks down the challengers for each one.
The Arizona Wildcats may have a new offense installed but one of the main question marks surrounding the team's success still remained. The Cats' offensive line absolutely had to improve if Arizona was going to be any more successful in 2007.
October 10, 2007
Of course football is the dominant topic of discussion for the tidbits this week. Nothing like a bad loss or a good win to hijack the conversation.
September 19, 2007
The Arizona coaches are building for the future. They did not rush players to the field and redshirted as many players as they could. Let's look at the players the Wildcats still have waiting in the wings.
November 30, 2006
Last year the center spot was manned by an undersized walk-on and although the Cats have high hopes for the upcoming season, the spot may once again belong to Erick Levitre. That is not to say that the senior won't have to battle for his job.
Colin Baxter was the first player to commit to the Wildcats, but one of the last to visit. There were no problems in his recruitment, he just could not schedule the trip earlier. Baxter had a good visit and looks forward to signing day.
January 22, 2006
The Cats' first commitment came on Tuesday. Colin Baxter, a big offensive lineman from California pulled the trigger after camping over the weekend. Here are some photos of the newest Wildcat.