(Tucson, AZ) The University of Arizona Wildcats Football team is coming off a 4-8 record in their 2019 season, having lost their last seven games.
The Cats will be looking to have a bounce back season in 2020. Arizona lost key player QB Khalil Tate due to his final season of eligibility.
Coach Kevin Sumlin will be looking to fill that and other positions this offseason.
Due to COVID-19 situation, recruiting was cut short and the Wildcats will have a lackluster season having not been able to fill many much needed positions.
Arizona will start their 2020 season on a three game home stand. The Wildcats should start the season off 2-0, with two easy wins against the University of Hawaii and Portland State.
That joy will be short lived due to the Cats facing Stanford in the third game to open the Pac-12 season. That loss will be the Wildcats first of many stings.
The last bit of joy the Wildcats will have in their 2020 season will be a nail biting win against Texas Tech in Lubbock.
After their third win, the Wildcats will suffer defeat again and again for the remainder of the season. The Wildcats’ highlight of the season will be starting the season 3-1, however, sadly may be preceded by 8 losses to finish with a final record of 3-9.
The University of Arizona is and still remains a basketball dominant school and will remain so for the foreseeable future.
With the Pac-12 having other “football schools” ahead of them such as the University of Southern California, UCLA, Stanford, Oregon & Washington. University of Arizona fans will have to hope that their basketball team can return to it’s once dominant form.
Don’t hold your breath for their football team to make any waves in the Pac-12 anytime soon.
Article by 520 Sports Talk Marketing Coordinator – Odie Derrick