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Wildcat Wrap: Arizona picks up big wins in football, volleyball and soccer

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The football season is alive and is showing signs of salvation. Volleyball, despite a plethora of injuries, kept its postseason hopes afloat. Soccer went to Tempe and handed the Sun Devils an “L.”

Here is a recap of the week that was for the Arizona Wildcats.

Let us know in the comments if we missed anything.

In the department

Volleyball

Soccer

Softball

Baseball

Swimming and Diving

Women’s Basketball

Men’s Tennis

Women’s Tennis

Cross Country

Women’s Golf

Football

  • UA (5-5, 4-3 Pac-12) outlasted Colorado on Friday night 42-34 to head into its bye-week riding a two-game winning streak.
  • From a season that looked bleak, to one that has the possibility of a bowl game, UA football is playing like many fans anticipated it would at the beginning of the season. Check out our football section for all our postgame coverage.
  • UA takes on Mike Leach and Washington State on Nov. 17. The ‘Cats will be wanting to play spoiler as they look to ruin WSU’s (slim) chances of making the college football playoff.
  • Coach Kevin Sumlin continued to beef up the offensive line by getting Jamari Williams to commit to UA on Thursday. Williams, a Florida native, is 6-foot-4 and 275 pounds. He decommitted from Louisville early Thursday. The 2019 class is ranked 58th in the county, eighth in conference.

Men’s Basketball

  • The team had fans on Twitter using their fingers fiercely as Chaminade gave UA a closer than expected exhibition game, but the ‘Cats got the win 75-64. We have a recap of Sunday’s game plus some other postgame stuff in our basketball section.
  • Freshman Brandon Williams scored 23 points and went 4-8 from the 3-point line. Sophomore Brandon Randolph scored 19 and hit four 3-pointers.
  • UA opens the regular season Wednesday at home against Houston Baptist.