If you build it, they will come.
It worked for Ray Kinsella with a cornfield in Field of Dreams. Now the University of Arizona Athletic Department is set to put that theory to test with CATVISION - a new scoreboard system that is scheduled to debut at Saturday's home football opener.
In the wake of the Arizona football team's 35-31 come-from-behind win against Texas Christian on Sunday night, one thing remained clear for the Wildcats.
They still can't run the ball effectively.
Arizona (1-1) managed only 14 net yards rushing against the Horned Frogs. This from a team whose starting tailback, senior Trung Canidate, averaged 7.3 yards per carry all by himself last year.
Too often, people in high school and college spend so much time in class or at home that the world around us seems nonexistent. The problems that other people face are placed on the back-burner.
That almost happened to me two years ago.
During the past few years there has been a distinct resurgence of interest in classical myth. Archetypal heroes battling evil creatures of the seen and unseen world: minotaurs, chimera, Medusa, pygmies and malevolent gods; scenes of primitive villages and ornate temples; divine intervention; these phenomena have risen to the pinnacle of man's psyche.
"Hurricane? What hurricane? I didnāt know about it."
-Lisa Enger, a sales representative from Phoenix, when asked about Hurricane Greg.
Greg swept through Cabo San Lucas yesterday morning, where Enger was vacationing.