With a new offensive system in place for the Arizona Wildcats fans, players and coaches alike are looking forward to the 2007 season. One thing the new system demands is good and consistent play out of the quarterback position and the Cats have a good group of signal callers that should be able to get the job done.
August 29, 2007
On Signing Day 2007 the Arizona Wildcats signed their quarterback of the future on Bryson Beirne from the talent rich state of Hawaii. Bryson was kind enough to take time out of busy senior year to write some his thoughts down on why he chose Arizona and the future of the Wildcat Football Program.
February 23, 2007
In the Pacific 10 Conference the play of the Quarterback position is most vital. It also happened to be the worst position, by far, on the roster when Mike Stoops took over the program three years ago. So far the position has been filled with extremely talented signal callers and the newest quarterback on the roster is no different.
February 6, 2007
Quarterback could have been a strength for last year's Wildcat football team but due to injuries wound up becoming a weakness. When Willie Tuitama was in the game, the Cats were good. When he was out, which happened far too much, the Cats were not an effective offense.
December 3, 2006
In Mike Stoops' first two years as Arizona's head football coach he and his staff garnered many early commitments and they were forced to use the months of December, January and early February to travel around and make sure that they did not lose any of their early commits to other schools.
November 14, 2006
When the Wildcat coaching staff got a commitment from their quarterback to be, they didn't know exactly what they were getting. Even though the young gunslinger worked out at the U of A Elite camp and was impressive enough to earn an offer, there was still some questions. Well after a recent camp in Hawaii there are no longer any questions about the talented young Hawaiian.
July 7, 2006