Wildcat defense delivers in 17-3 victory over San Diego State
In what would prove to be a defensive battle, the Arizona football team pulled out a 17-3 victory over non-conference opponent San Diego State Saturday night.
The Wildcat defense shone throughout the game, holding the Aztecs to just 196 yards of total offense.
"They had an outstanding defense," SDSU head coach Ted Tollner said. "We knew it would be tough to get yards."
Sophomore linebacker Lance Briggs and the University of Arizona defense shut down the SDSU running attack, holding their top running back Larry Ned to just 85 yards on 29 carries.
Leaky toilet floods Kaibab second floor
Student unsuccessfully tries to remedy problem with roll of toilet paper
Only the hallway's stench and high-powered fans remain from Kaibab-Huachuca Residence Hall's flooded second floor - water had covered the bathroom and dorm rooms late Tuesday night.
Arizona well-represented Down Under
18 Wildcats competing in Sydney
Past, present and future student-athletes will be representing the University of Arizona during the next 16 days at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia.
Campaign Arizona could solve many problems
Since his first days on campus, UA President Peter Likins has brought large-scale plans to the university and literally restructured a good chunk of the landscape. Things like that obviously don't come over night, a lesson we have all learned by the months, and soon the years, of construction and rebuilding. And things like that are certainly not funded by raising tuition by a few cents.
Fun with weapons
Christopher McQuarrie first came to the attention of the mainstream movie-going public with his Oscar-winning screenplay for 1995's "The Usual Suspects," a superbly conceived and executed psychological whodunit masquerading as a crime thriller.
Today in history: Friday September 15, 2000
In 1940, the tide turned in the Battle of Britain as the German air force sustained heavy losses inflicted by Britain's Royal Air Force. London had endured intensive bombing from the Luftwaffe until a new radar system provided the outnumbered RAF with an edge.
In 1923, in response to terrorist activity by the Ku Klux Klan, Oklahoma was placed under martial law by Gov. John Calloway Walton.
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