DeAndre' Miller was solid in limited action in 2016, and Arizona hopes the linebacker can make a bigger impact in 2017 as one of its top defenders.
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Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer
I'm told that Cardinals inside linebackers coach Larry Foote was putting Paul Magloire through position drills at Arizona's pro day today. He ran an unofficial 4.55 in the 40, 25 reps on the bench, 9'11" on the broad jump.
Answering Pac-12 reader questions on the biggest games of 2017, basketball hangovers and when do you really turn the calendar?
Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer
I'm told that Arizona safety Paul Magloire will have a pre-draft visit with the New York Giants the first week in April. One of the biggest combine snubs this year. Led the Wildcats with 81 combined tackles (58 solo), 5.5 tackles for a loss and 2.5 sacks last year.
If Rich Rodriguez can navigate the first half of Arizona's schedule, the Wildcats could be set up for a strong finish and bowl appearance. That should be enough to keep Rodriguez in Tucson.
Winning the Pac-12 title seems unrealistic for Arizona, where defensive improvement and getting a bowl bid would qualify as a successful season.
It's not hard to understand why some Pac-12 teams start with soft schedules. And it's easy to grasp why the league is seen as rich in quarterbacks.
A 3-9 season, along with changes at athletic director and president, makes it important for Rich Rodriguez to bounce back this season at Arizona.
Nobody's perfect, so we consider which weaknesses could come back to haunt the teams of the Pac-12 South.
My-King Johnson, who signed with Arizona after verbally committing to UCLA, is set to become the first active openly gay scholarship player in major-college football history.
The Wildcats remain unsettled at quarterback and the competition between Brandon Dawkins and Khalil Tate will remain strong this spring.
Colorado brings back Devin Ross and a deep receiving corps, but will that unit be enough to help the Buffs repeat as champs of a talented South?
With most of the Pac-12's coaching vacancies filled, here's a look at the arrivals and departures around the league.
A game versus Cal, expected to be a bottom-tier Pac-12 team, is a must-win for Arizona, as well as its road matchup versus C-USA doormat UTEP.
Three coaches in the Pac-12 South have had remarkably parallel career ups and downs of late. Will their fortunes continue to shadow each other's?
Of the 27 high school QBs signed in the Pac-12 in 2013 and 2014, only four will (or are projected to) end their careers as the school's starter.
We revisit each current Pac-12 coach's best squad at any point in his head-coaching career, including Kyle Whittingham's undefeated 2008 Bama-beater.
For the second year in a row, the Huskies have one of the easiest nonconference schedules. But no one in the Pac-12 has an easier slate than Colorado.
Arizona desperately needs depth at running back, which gives incoming freshman Nathan Tilford a great chance for meaningful playing time.
With signing day in the books, here's an updated look at how the Pac-12 Power Rankings will shake out in 2017. Did USC stay on top?
With three years of hindsight, we take a look at how the recruiting classes of 2014 in the Pac-12 measured up.
USC, Stanford, UCLA, Washington and Oregon hauled in top-25 recruiting classes. Colorado finished not too far behind.
USC stole the spotlight, but it wasn't the only Pac-12 power to ace national signing day. With six teams in the top 30, the Pac-12 made its presence felt on the recruiting trail.
The SEC added to its collection of ESPN 300 commits as Auburn got a pledge from the No. 9 defensive end and Alabama got another talented wideout.
Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer
Oregon has been an absolute pain to Arizona since head coach Willie Taggart took over for the Ducks and that didn't stop on signing day. Heading into the day, Oregon had landed commitments from or flipped outright quarterback Braxton Burmeister, athlete Darrian McNeal and defensive tackle Austin Faoliu. On signing day, Oregon added offensive guard Cody Shear to that list, as the three-star guard elected to stay home with the Ducks.