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photo UNT win may prove costly

Farmer's status still unknown after injury

Arizona might have won Saturday night's final non-conference game against North Texas, but it could have lost even more than it gained.

After struggling offensively for the second-straight week, the Wildcats held on for a 14-9 victory against the Mean Green (1-4) in half-filled Arizona Stadium. In the process, Arizona may have lost several key players to injuries just a week before conference play begins against Oregon. [Read article]

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Creampuff nearly chokes UA

They're normally referred to as "cupcakes," or "creampuffs." They're the games that litter major-conference teams' non-conference schedules, and this season, Arizona had two of them. In the first one, against Northern Arizona, the Wildcats did what they were supposed to do: put up big numbers on offense, pitch a near-shutout on defense, play scrubs most of the second half.

In the second, against North Texas a better team than the Lumberjacks, but a presumed pushover, nonetheless the Wildcats did the opposite. The offense was miserable, the defense porous, and the scrubs played, but because the starters either got injured or benched. [Read article]

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photo ASU snaps Wildcat win streak with home sweep

The UA women's volleyball team was unable to extend its five-match win streak over the Sun Devils on Friday night in Tempe, as the visiting Wildcats were swept.

The 12th-ranked Wildcats (6-5 overall, 1-2 Pacific 10 Conference) battled, but unranked Arizona State was the last team standing as they defeated the Wildcats 3-0 (31-33, 26-30, 40-42) to pull the upset.

"Losing to our rival is tough," freshman hitter Kim Glass said. "We are upset, but it is just like any other Pac-10 match. It was a pride killer, but we are treating it like any other loss." [Read article]

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