That’s four bowls in five years for an Arizona football program mostly performing at strong levels nowadays. They don’t have much of a football legacy, but snatched three of their four four-star recruits out of California and away from their Pac-12 rivals, so they have some influence over guys. They also reeled in two transfer quarterbacks who will compete with incumbent backup B.J. Denker for playing time, and the success of that QB competition could dictate how far the Wildcats go this season. Time isn’t necessarily on their side either, as although wide receiver Austin Hill (81 receptions, 1,364 yards) and running back Ka’Deem Carey (1,929 yards, 23 touchdowns) have multiple years of eligibility left, they could both leave early for the NFL. The defense can’t get much worse after it gave up more than 500 yards per game and 35.3 points per game last year (105th), and the good and bad news is that all 11 starters are back. But continuity and experience really should serve them well, and if the defense is passable, Arizona could be a really exciting team to watch in 2013.
The Arizona Wildcats are members of the Pac-12 Conference. The Arizona Wildcats operate under second year head coach Rick Rodriguez at Arizona Stadium in Tucson, which holds just about 58,000 fans. The Wildcats have had many NFL players on their team. Most notable players include: New England Patriots tight end, Rob Gronkowski; Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs and Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Mike Thomas. Arizona has no national championships but six conference titles and 17 bowl appearances, and play Arizona State for the Territorial Cup every year. You got a guy at Gold Coast Tickets with the best selection on great Arizona Wildcats tickets this season!