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Sonoran Hot Reads: Rich Rodriguez breaks down a single play

This is fascinating

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Football is complicated. Like, real complicated. I hope that most people would agree that this is so. To prove how complicated, Rich Rodriguez sat down with the AP's John Marshall to break down Austin Hill's 92-yard TD catch from the 2014 UNLV game, and the whole thing is really intriguing. For what seems like a relatively simple play, the detail coach goes into about everything that went into that long touchdown pass is great, and you need to go read it.

Paul Magloire will be hosting Josh Allen on his Tucson visit this weekend. The coaching staff also offered another JUCO product in Globe cornerback Mike Daniels

New Mexico extended Bob Davie after their first bowl appearance in forever

- Alabama took down Clemson to win yet another National Championship

Basketball

- Feeling down about Arizona's point guard situation? Check out 2017 Arizona target Trevon Duval

- Steve Rivera breaks down where Arizona goes without star freshman Allonzo Trier

- ASU drew just over 8,000 fans for the Arizona game a couple weeks ago. GCU drew just 600 shy of that for their game against New Mexico State on Saturday

- Andy Katz and Jeff Goodman both say Arizona had the worst weekend, and it's not hard to argue with that. Goodman also has Arizona on his Five Down list, which is highlighted by the fine folks at UNLV

Baseball

- Bobby Dalbec picked up another preseason award, this one from Perfect Game

Other sports

- After one week, gymnastics is ranked 10th nationally

- Softball practiced for the first time this spring, and has a lot of offensive firepower to replace this year

- The Niya Butts weekly radio show starts Tuesday, and will be held in The Cellar at the student union

Check out all the best photos from the past week

Tucson news

- The Tucson Fire Department needs new trucks

Ski Valley is open up in Summerhaven

- U of A continues to be one of the leaders in space research