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Sonoran Hot Reads: Arizona ranks 44th on Blue Blood Programs ranking

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Tied with Boston College and West Virginia

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ESPN set out to come up with a list of the "Blue Blood" programs in college football, asking 12 of their writers to rank every college football program 1-10 based on their impact on the game. Eight teams earned the distinction, but they put out the entire rankings that they got. The Arizona Wildcats finished with an average score of 4.75, putting them in a tie for 44th with recent bowl opponent Boston College and Rich Rodriguez’ former school West Virginia. Only Washington State (T47) and Oregon State (57) scored lower among Pac-12 schools

- Some of those teams ranked near the top of the list might have to worry about this one: A College Football Playoff ranking will be announced right in the middle of Election Night

- We now know who will be announcing Arizona’s two home non-conference games

- This is a super awesome map of where every college football player came from, as well as stats on how far most players move to go to their school of choice

- 2018 four-star linebacker Salua Masina received an offer from the Wildcats

- Check out what Arizona commit Brian Casteel was doing

- Donte’ Williams is the main reason Arizona’s perception among recruits is changing

- Our second-to-last position group preview was the linebackers. Quarterbacks coming at you this weekend. Get caught up on all of them right here


- So that game against Texas A&M in Houston is part of the ‘Lone Star Shootout’, with the second part of the doubleheader being Texas vs. Arkansas. Tickets go on sale Friday

- Lonnie Walker has Arizona in his final five schools

- Miles Simon will get his jersey honored at the Red-Blue Game as the rules on that continue to ease up a little bit

- T.J. McConnell got engaged. Sorry ladies


- Zach Gibbons is really impressing his manager in Orem

Other sports

- AZCentral has a photo gallery of all 18 of Arizona’s National Championships

Tucson news

- Two women crashed into a wash near Ina and Thornydale

- PACC is looking for people to come walk dogs this Labor Day