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Sonoran Hot Reads: Arizona baseball reveals new uniforms

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As the spring semester begins at The University of Arizona on Wednesday, that also means the spring sports get ramped up. Softball held their first practice on Monday, and baseball begins on Wednesday. Before the Cats take the field though, they announced that there will be some new threads on their backs this year. The lettering appears a little larger, but everything else is largely the same. Because why mess with a good thing?

Basketball

- Baylor’s time as the No. 1 team in the country will last one week after getting throttled by West Virginia. Gonzaga is now the lone undefeated team remaining

- Harry Froling was choosing between Marquette and Oregon State, and he is not coming to the Pac-12

- NCAA.com highlights Lauri Markkanen in their latest newcomer spotlight. He’s also still working on staying out of foul trouble

- Keanu Pinder is in an interesting place right now, but the team is trying to put him in a better situation

- Despite what you may have heard from Tempe, winning in Tucson is actually really hard, and teams are okay with close losses

- Our first roundtable in a while hits on the biggest positive from the first four conference games

Football

- Since the season is now officially over, USA Today put out their ranking of every FBS team, and Arizona is 104th. Third-best 3-9 team though behind Michigan State and Iowa State

- Everyone needs to read this story about a high schooler with CTE

- This is a good read on Cody Ippolito heading to Utah, a school he was once committed to out of high school

- Plenty of recruits will be visiting Arizona in the coming days. Early enrollees not named Braxton Burmeister have arrived on campus as well

- Rich Rodriguez was named the president of the AFCA, whatever that actually means. He was a VP last year

Other sports

- Gymnastics is heading to Maryland to take on the Terps, Alaska, and Minnesota in a quad-meet

Tucson news

- The Roadrunners fell behind 2-0 very quickly, but rallied to win 5-2. Brendan Perlini recorded his first-ever professional hat trick

- Here are the names and faces of the 38 people that have been kicked off the U of A campus

- A woman has been accused of trying to intentionally burn her child in a hot bath

- A new program in the state’s prisons is looking to reduce opioid addiction

- One person died and four others injured in a serious crash at Houghton and Andrada