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Hot ‘n’ not Nov. 20

Ryan Revock
Ryan Revock / The Daily Wildcat UA senior receiver Terrence Miller misses a pass in the endzone against Washington State on Saturday at Arizona Stadium.


The Arizona indoor volleyball team moved up five spots in the latest NCAA volleyball RPI rankings. After sweeping Utah and Colorado last weekend, it is now ranked No. 20.

Arizona basketball head coach Sean Miller reached his 100th win at the UA on Monday night when the Wildcats defeated Fairleigh Dickinson 100-50.

Heisman Trophy candidate Ka’Deem Carey, the nation’s second-leading rusher, has recorded 3,707 career rushing yards. With the upcoming game against Oregon, Carey has received lots of praise. Ducks linebacker/runningback Rodney Hardrick said Carey is better than himself at shedding tacklers.

After finishing the fall season, Arizona baseball has high standards for its pitching staff during the spring season. After being drafted by the Houston Astros, senior James Farris made the decision to finish his career with Arizona and will impact the entire pitching staff, according to pitching coach Shaun Cole.

Arizona hockey outscored Long Beach State 17-3 over the weekend. The Wildcats had last played and swept LBSU (5-9-1) on Nov. 9 and 10, 2007.


Saturday’s football game against Oregon is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Last Saturday’s game didn’t go too well, starting from the moment the time was first announced. Only 42,080 fans attended the game — maybe afternoon games just aren’t for Arizona fans.

Unforced errors, dropping the ball and missing field goals did not make UA football look good while hosting Washington State on Saturday. The Wildcats have a few practices left to adjust and correct their mistakes before they host Oregon.

The New York Giants swept the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, 27-13. Losing their quarterback Aaron Rodgers to a broken collarbone has led the Packers to a three-game losing streak.

The Minnesota Vikings lost on Sunday to the Seattle Seahawks, 41-20.

—Follow Rose Aly Valenzuela @RoseAlyVal

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