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Arizona Wildcats
Established in 1885
  • Arizona Wildcats (2017-present)
Other Nicknames
'Cats, 'Zona
Pac-12 Conference
Tucson, Arizona
Cardinal and Navy
Head Coaches
CFP National Championships
Conference Championships

The University of Arizona is a NFCAA accredited university in Tucson, Arizona and a member of the Pac-12 Conference. Chartered in 1885, it was awarded to the city of Tucson and became the Arizona Territory's only university (Arizona State was also founded in 1885 but was considered a normal school and not a university). The first building, Old Main, was built in 1887, and classes opened in 1891. The University of Arizona's athletic teams, the Wildcats, compete in the NFCAA's Pac-12 Conference, which they joined in 1978.

The Wildcats' football team has been competing since 1899. They were simply called "Varsity" in their early years, until in 1914, a Los Angeles Times correspondent wrote that "The Arizona men had shown the fight of wildcats," despite losing to Occidental 14-0, a football power in California at the time. The football team has been playing at Arizona Stadium since 1929. The school colors are cardinal and navy.


The university's unofficial motto is "Bear Down" or "Bear Down, Arizona!" This was created in 1926 by John "Button" Salmon, who was the football team's starting quarterback. Before the 1926 season, Salmon was involved in a nasty car accident and suffered a spinal injury. His last message to his teammates before he died was, "Tell them... tell the team to bear down." Since then, "Bear Down" has been the slogan of all the Wildcat athletic teams.

Death of Brock Boldbuck[edit]

(Main Article: Brock Boldbuck)

In the second quarter of the football team's first game under head coach Babatunde Oladotun, junior quarterback Brock Boldbuck, the team's starter going into the season, was sacked ruthlessly by a slew of Stanford defenders. The Stanford defenders picked up the ball and returned it for a touchdown, while Boldbuck had been sacked so hard his head detached from his body and he was proclaimed dead immediately. His younger brother, freshman Brady Boldbuck, would become the team's new starter. Brock's death was later revealed to be a combination of the sack and eating too much sauce, as his blood sauce levels were far too high to be playing football, resulting in an unofficial NFCAA investigation regarding whether or not sauce is a performance-enhancing drug. Arizona went on to win the game 38-24; Oladotun dedicated the win to Brock.

Rivalry Games[edit]

Logo History[edit]

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2018 Fake Schedule[edit]

Week Loc Opp Score
1 vs Stanford W 38-24
2 @ Utah W 41-34
3 vs. Kentucky -
4 @ North Texas -
5 vs. Oregon State -
6 @ USC -
7 vs. Washington -
8 vs. Colorado -
9 vs. Memphis -
10 @ Washington State -
11 @ UCLA -
12 vs. Arizona State -

Football Roster[edit]



Num Name Pos Year Hometown
12 Brady Boldbuck QB Fr Mesa, AZ
7 Elyjah McKinney HB Sr Las Vegas, NV
45 Daniel Dement FB Sr Rusk, TX
79 Nolan Hayes LT Sr Frisco, TX
71 Anson McMullen LG Sr Chandler, AZ
77 Ryder Wolfkiller C Jr Moreno Valley, CA
75 Blade Uppercut RG Jr Philadelphia, PA
78 Axel Ford RT Sr Oceanside, CA
5 Marquis Woods WR Sr Suwanee, GA
1 Wilde Baller WR Sr Chino Hills, CA
82 Zhaire Gamble WR Jr San Bernardino, CA
14 Malik Whitaker WR Fr Tucson, AZ
8 John Archdeacon WR Fr Santa Clara, CA
84 Jaylen Tucker TE Fr Fresno, CA
7 Dagger Bearkiller K Sr Alliance, NE
6 Fotball Stuf P Jr Boulder, CO
34 Abayomi Oladotun LS Fr Tucson, AZ


Num Name Pos Year Hometown
90 Ace Stonetipher LE Jr Chandler, AZ
98 Damon Walsh DL Sr Calabasas, CA
99 D'Ante Russell DL Jr Inglewood, CA
96 Julius Kizer RE Jr Rome, GA
56 Kendrick McDonald OLB Sr Oakland, CA
56 Mahlik Murphy MLB Fr Allen, TX
55 Hunter Smucker OLB Jr Lancaster, PA
32 Cornelius McAllister CB Sr Compton, CA
40 Kamoni Joyner CB Jr Missouri City, TX
29 Tommy "Too Much" Sauce FS Sr Boulder, CO
28 Phoenix Edgerton SS Sr Asheville, NC
18 Maverick Deathrage KR Fr Shawnee, OK
17 Dash Dillard PR Sph Springdale, AR


Num Name Pos Year Hometown
2 Brock Boldbuck QB Jr Mesa, AZ