With the McDonald's Red-Blue Game having sold out for the third-consecutive year, Arizona Athletics has decided to provide fans with another avenue to watch the event with a live webcast at pac-12.com.
The Arizona men's basketball program was informed by the NCAA on Thursday that Zach Peters' waiver request was approved, making him eligible to compete for the Wildcats in 2013-14.
The Arizona men's basketball program will hold its annual media day on Wednesday, and Arizona Athletics will stream head coach Sean Miller's press conference live via pac-12.com.
The Arizona men's basketball program will play host to Fairleigh Dickinson, Metro State and Rhode Island at McKale Center on Nov. 18 and 19 in West Regional action of the NIT Season Tip-Off.
For the third year in a row, and on the earliest date in the history of the event, tickets for the McDonald's Red-Blue Game have sold out.
The Arizona men's basketball program, in conjunction with the Pac-12 Conference, announced start times and television information for its 2013-14 season on Tuesday.
Tickets available online only until Tuesday, Sept. 3.
With the official start of practice little more than a month away, dates for Arizona head men's basketball coach Sean Miller's radio show have been set for the 2013-14 season.
The University of Arizona men's basketball program has earned a reputation as "Point Guard U" over the years thanks to the talent and hard work of players at that critical position.
The University of Arizona men's basketball program has the potential to make its third ESPN College GameDay appearance in as many years this February.
University of Arizona head coach Sean Miller announced three personnel moves on Tuesday, adding Chris Johnson to the Wildcats' 2013-14 roster and both Joseph Blair and David Miller to UA staff.
Arizona (27-8, 12-6 Pac-12) won 27 games, finished in a tie for second place in the Pac-12 regular-season standings and participated in the NCAA Tournament ... It marked the 34th 20-win season and the 35th postseason appearance in school history (30 NCAA Tournaments)