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  12/15/21 - Jacob CowingrSo/2024, Arizona, 5-10, 170 (DS#15 WR) + More +

  2021 ALL-CONFERENCE USA FIRST TEAM (COACHES): WR: Jacob Cowing, So., UTEP,...Cowing ranks second in C-USA and sixth nationally with 1,330 yards receiving (67 receptions). The wide receiver scored a total of eight touchdowns - seven receiving, one rushing. The Maricopa, Ariz., product ranks second in C-USA with 110.8 receiving yards per game. The sophomore sensation tied a school record with 13 100-yard games during his career. Cowing's yards in 2021 also ranks second-best all-time during a single season in school history.

During the regular season, Cowing reeled in a career-high 11 receptions for 170 yards and a touchdown against Rice. He set his career best with 174 yards against New Mexico, and tied it with another 174 yards on five receptions at North Texas. Cowing hauled in nine catches for 166 yards in a win against LA Tech. He recorded seven 100-yard games during the season, the most by a Miner since the 1965 season. "We feel like Jacob is one of the best receivers in the country, if not the best receiver in country," Dimel said. "We sure think he is; he's brought our offensive to a whole new level." - Texas-El Paso Football


(DS#15 WR) rSo/2024 WR Jacob CowingArizona
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  12/14/21 - Jalen HarrisrJr/2023, Arizona, 6-4, 254 (DS#45 DE) + More +

  Saying he has "some unfinished business to take care of," UA defensive lineman Jalen Harris tweeted Friday that he will return for a sixth season. Harris had been considering turning pro. The son of former "Desert Swarm" and NFL standout Sean Harris, Jalen Harris posted a career-high 48 tackles as a fifth-year junior. He added three sacks and the first forced fumble of his career. The 6-foot-5-inch, 255-pound Harris will play next season alongside his brother Jason, a transfer from Colorado. Jason Harris did not see the field this fall. - Arizona Star News

(DS#45 DE) rJr/2023 DE Jalen HarrisArizona
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  12/07/21 - Jayden de LaurarFr/2025, Arizona, 6-0, 190 (DS#20 QB) + More +

  2021 PAC-12 OFFENSIVE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Jayden de Laura, Washington State,...de Laura becomes the first Cougar to win this award after finishing the regular season atop the conference in passing yards (2,757) and pass TD (23)...Led the Cougars to their first Apple Cup win since 2012, completing an Apple Cup record 84.3% (27-32) of his passes for the fourth-best completion percentage in WSU single-game history. Had 245 yards passing and another 31 on the ground as de Laura was named Pac-12 Offensive Freshman of the Week...Multiple touchdown passes in eight games this season including a career-high four scores against Arizona...Named Rose Bowl Game Pac-12 Player of the Week in win over Oregon State when he passed for career-high 399 yards with 3 passing touchdowns. - Pac-12 Football

(DS#20 QB) rFr/2025 QB Jayden de LauraArizona
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  12/06/21 - Stanley Berryhill IIIrJr/2022, Arizona, 5-10, 190 (DS#68 WR) + More +

  The Arizona Wildcats' best player is planning to take his game to the next level. Veteran receiver and Tucson product Stanley Berryhill III announced Thursday that he is entering the 2022 NFL draft. Berryhill had a career year as a fifth-year junior this past season. He became just the sixth Wildcat to catch 80-plus passes in a season, ranking second in the Pac-12 with 83 grabs for 744 yards and a touchdown. He led the Wildcats in yards from scrimmage (865), served as their primary punt returner and was their most effective punt gunner. - Tucson.com

(DS#68 WR) rJr/2022 WR Stanley Berryhill IIIArizona
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  11/12/21 - Kyle OstendorprSo/2024, Arizona, 6-1, 215 (DS#3 P) + More +

  NOV 8 PAC-12 SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Kyle Ostendorp, Soph., P, Arizona (Phoenix, AZ),...Averaged 50.1 yards per punt on seven kicks. Downed four of his seven punts inside the 20, including three inside the 10 and one at the 1-yard line. Played a crucial role in field position as Cal's average field position was their own 21-yard line...Fifth in the nation in punting at 48.2 yards per punt. Has the most punts of 50 yards or more in the Pac-12 (24). Has the second-most punts downed inside the 20 in the Pac-12 (16)...First Arizona player to win this award since kicker Lucas Havrisik in October 2019 and first Arizona punter to be honored since Drew Riggleman in November 2014. Also nominated: Cole Becker, PK, Colorado; Jamieson Sheahan, P, California; Camden Lewis, K, Oregon; Parker Lewis, PK, USC; Eddie Czaplicki, P, Arizona State; Britain Covey, KR/WR, Utah. - Pac-12 Football

(DS#3 P) rSo/2024 P Kyle OstendorpArizona
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  11/12/21 - Kyon BarrsrSo/2024, Arizona, 6-2, 295 (DS#12 DT) + More +

  NOV 8 PAC-12 DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Kyon Barrs, Soph., DL, Arizona (Murrieta, CA),...First time an Arizona player has won this award since it began prior to the 2019 season...Career-high 2.5 sacks and 3 TFL. His 2.5 sacks were the most of anyone in the Pac-12 this week. Second on the team with five tackles...Was a key reason Arizona allowed just three points and 122 yards. Helped anchor the defense that allowed 28 rushing yards (1.2 yards per carry). Arizona's 122 yards allowed is the fewest in a conference game since 2006...Three points allowed is the fewest since 2013. Cal only had three possessions of 5+ plays. Helped force six three-and-outs...Tied for third in the Pac-12 with five sacks. Also nominated: Mika Tafua, DE, Utah; D.J. Davidson, NT, Arizona State; Popo Aumavae, DT, Oregon. - Pac-12 Football

(DS#12 DT) rSo/2024 DT Kyon BarrsArizona
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  11/06/21 - Michael WileyrSo/2024, Arizona, 5-10, 207 (DS#54 RB) + More +

  Arizona ended the nation's longest losing streak at 20 games, beating COVID-19-depleted California 10-3 on Saturday on Michael Wiley's 10-yard touchdown run with 2:17 left. Wiley capped a 55-yard drive - the longest by either team in a game that featured 18 punts - that was set up by Stanley Berryhill III's 25-yard punt return. Arizona quarterback Will Plummer had 197 yards of total offense and the Wildcats (1-8, 1-5 Pac-12) held California (3-6, 2-4) to 122 yards while winning for the first time since a 35-30 victory over Colorado on Oct. 5, 2019. Arizona won its sixth straight in the series.

Cal played without starting quarterback Chase Garbers. He was one of seven starters and 24 players and coaches who were unavailable. Cal announced Thursday that "multiple" players were in Covid protocols and would not play, but federal and state laws prohibit Cal from commenting on individual players. Garbers was the Pac-12's total offense leader entering the weekend, at 293 yards per game. Arizona broke a scoreless tie on Tyler Loop's 29-yard field goal with 5:46 remaining in the third quarter, and California responded with Nick Lopez's 34-yard field goal on its next drive. The Golden Bears crossed midfield for the first time on that scoring drive. Lopez made first career field goal attempt in place of starter Dario Longhetto, who did not play. Cal backup quarterback Ryan Glover, who had not taken a snap this season, completed 11 of 29 passes for 94 yards. Glover is a graduate transfer from Western Carolina after spending the previous three years at Penn. - AP College Football


(DS#54 RB) rSo/2024 RB Michael WileyArizona
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  10/30/21 - Jayden de LaurarFr/2025, Arizona, 6-0, 190 (DS#20 QB) + More +

  Washington State was counted out when its head coach and four assistants were fired for refusing the state's vaccination mandate. No way could the Cougars recover from adversity like that. They showed a bit of moxy in a loss to BYU last week and took it a step further against Arizona State behind an opportunistic defense. Jayden de Laura accounted for three touchdowns and Washington State forced five turnovers in a 34-21 win over Arizona State on Saturday. "Ultimately, we know what we have in our building," Washington State edge rusher Ron Stone, Jr. said. "We have what we need in our building to be successful, so there was never any doubt." The Cougars (5-4, 4-2 Pac-12), one of the nation's best at creating takeaways, were at their ball-hawking best in the first half, forcing four turnovers.

Washington State's offense capitalized, scoring 24 points after Arizona State turnovers for its first win since coach Nick Rolovich and four assistants were fired on Oct. 18. "By no means did we play the underdog card," Washington State acting head coach and defensive coordinator Jake Dickert said. "We're confident in our ability, confident in what we can do and we're playing good football at the right part of the season." Arizona State is not. The Sun Devils (5-3, 3-2) got off to an abysmal start coming off a bye week, turning it over on their opening three drives, including twice in the first three plays. Jayden Daniels threw two interceptions and Arizona State lost three fumbles to suffer a second straight lackluster defeat that had fans inside Sun Devil Stadium booing throughout. - Washington State/AP College Football


(DS#20 QB) rFr/2025 QB Jayden de LauraArizona
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  10/18/21 - Gunner CruzrFr/2025, Arizona, 6-5, 227 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Arizona has lost its second quarterback in two weeks to a season-ending injury. Wildcats coach Jedd Fisch said Monday that Gunner Cruz is done for the year after suffering a thumb injury in Saturday's 34-0 loss to Colorado. The sophomore is expected to have surgery and will have about a six-month rehabilitation. Cruz opened the season as the starter but was replaced by Will Plummer after struggling against San Diego State. Cruz became the starter again when Jordan McCloud suffered knee and ankle injuries against UCLA on. Oct. 9. McCloud had surgery last week. Cruz tore a ligament in his right thumb when he hit his hand on a helmet while throwing a pass that was intercepted and returned for a touchdown. He threw for 536 yards and two touchdowns with three interceptions in five games this season. Plummer will again be the starter now for the Wildcats (0-6, 0-3 Pac-12) , who have lost a school-record 18 straight games heading into Friday's game against Washington. - AP College Football

(DS#999 QB) rFr/2025 QB Gunner CruzArizona
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  10/11/21 - Jordan McCloudrSo/2024, Arizona, 6-0, 200 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Arizona quarterback Jordan McCloud is out for the rest of the season after suffering right knee and ankle injuries against UCLA. Wildcats coach Jedd Fisch said Monday McCloud is expected to have surgery this week. McCloud was injured in the fourth quarter of Arizona's 34-16 loss to UCLA Saturday night when his leg got twisted up while he was getting sacked. A transfer from South Florida, McCloud started two games after beginning the season as the backup to Gunner Cruz and Will Plummer. The sophomore threw for 481 yards and two touchdowns in three games this season. Fisch said Cruz, who started the first two games of the season, will start against Colorado on Saturday. - AP College Football

(DS#999 QB) rSo/2024 QB Jordan McCloudArizona
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  10/10/21 - Jayden de LaurarFr/2025, Arizona, 6-0, 190 (DS#20 QB) + More +

  Jayden de Laura threw for 399 yards and three touchdowns as Washington State beat Oregon State 31-24 on Saturday. Travell Harris caught eight passes for 147 yards for the Cougars (3-3, 2-2 Pac-12), who beat Oregon State for the eighth consecutive time. B.J. Baylor rushed for 145 yards and Deshaun Fenwick added 127 yards and a pair of touchdowns for Oregon State (4-2, 2-1 Pac-12), which saw its four-game winning streak broken. De Laura completed 32 of 46 passes and was intercepted once. The Washington State defense also forced Oregon State to turn the ball over on downs during its last possession of the game.

Jack Colletto ran up the middle for two yards and an Oregon State touchdown in the opening seconds of the second quarter. Washington State replied with Dean Janikowski's 30-yard field goal. Everett Hayes kicked a 39-yard field goal to lift Oregon State to a 10-3 lead late in the second quarter. The Cougars drove to the Oregon State 7 on their next possession, but had to turn the ball over on downs. Oregon State quarterback Chance Nolan was intercepted by George Hicks III, giving the Cougars the ball at the Oregon State 28 with less than a minute remaining in the second quarter. The Cougars drove down to the 4, but Omar Speights intercepted de Laura's pass and OSU led 10-3 at halftime. - Washington State/AP College Football


(DS#20 QB) rFr/2025 QB Jayden de LauraArizona
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  10/03/21 - Jayden de LaurarFr/2025, Arizona, 6-0, 190 (DS#20 QB) + More +

  Jayden de Laura passed for three touchdowns, two to Calvin Jackson Jr. who made a spectacular one-handed grab near the corner of the end zone, and Washington State beat California 21-6 on Saturday. Playing for the first time since suffering a leg injury against Southern California two weeks ago, de Laura matched his career-best of 25 completions on 41 attempts for 219 yards with two interceptions to help the Cougars (2-3, 1-2 Pac-12) to their first win at Memorial Stadium since 2013.

Jackson finished with six catches for 53 yards. De'Zhaun Stribling added an 8-yard score and Washington State's defense had five sacks and held the Golden Bears (1-4, 0-2) to 273 yards of offense. Cal quarterback Chase Garbers failed to throw a touchdown pass for the first time this season and was limited to 152 yards passing, 44 of them coming on one play for the Golden Bears (1-4, 0-2). It was the first meeting between the two teams since 2019. Last year's game was canceled two hours before kickoff due to COVID-19 protocol issues within Cal's program. - Washington State/AP College Football


(DS#20 QB) rFr/2025 QB Jayden de LauraArizona
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  09/11/21 - Jayden de LaurarFr/2025, Arizona, 6-0, 190 (DS#20 QB) + More +

  Jayden de Laura threw three touchdown passes and ran for another score as Washington State beat Portland State 44-24 on Saturday. Deon McIntosh rushed for 64 yards and a touchdown and Max Borghi added 59 yards and a touchdown for Washington State (1-1), which rebounded from a last-minute loss to Utah State at home last weekend. Travell Harris had 188 all-purpose yards and caught two touchdown passes. Davis Alexander threw for 318 yards and two touchdowns for Portland State (0-2), an FCS program which upset Washington State in Pullman the last time the teams played in 2015. His favorite target was Beau Kelly, who caught 10 passes for 152 yards.

Portland State, a member of the Big Sky Conference, fell to 4-42 all-time against FBS teams. Washington State blew the game open in the second quarter when it switched to a hurry-up offense and scored on four straight possessions to take a 30-10 lead at halftime. "Jayden plays good at that pace," WSU coach Nick Rolovich said. "It was very effective today." "This was in our plans," Rolovich said. Also effective was the WSU running game, which gained 159 yards on an average of 4.8 yards per carry. Rolovich said he was dissatisfied with how often his quarterbacks checked out of running plays during the loss to Utah State. "We threw it too much when it should have been handed off," Rolovich said of the Utah State game. As a result, "we took out some pre-snap decisions for the quarterback." - Washington State/AP College Football


(DS#20 QB) rFr/2025 QB Jayden de LauraArizona
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  09/07/21 - Stanley Berryhill IIIrJr/2022, Arizona, 5-10, 190 (DS#68 WR) + More +

  The most notable aspect of Stanley Berryhill III's career-best performance in the season opener wasn't what he did but how he did it. The veteran Arizona receiver notched personal highs with 12 catches for 102 yards against BYU last week. That shouldn't be surprising given that Berryhill led the team in receiving last year and had a stellar offseason, earning the coveted No. 1 jersey. The fact that 83 of his yards came after the catch? That's a big deal.

Berryhill conceded that in the past he would look to avoid contact and head to the sideline after securing the ball. "Try to take the least hits as possible," Berryhill said Tuesday. At the urging of his new coaches, Berryhill changed his approach this offseason. With their words - "We don't run out of bounds. We fight for extra yards" - running through his head, Berryhill ran through and around the BYU secondary. - Arizona Star News


(DS#68 WR) rJr/2022 WR Stanley Berryhill IIIArizona
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  09/07/21 - Jamarye JoinerrSo/2024, Arizona, 6-1, 208 (DS#999 WR) + More +

  Arizona could get two of its key players back for Saturday's home opener. Fisch said left tackle Jordan Morgan, who missed the season opener because of a lower-leg injury, will be a game-time decision against SDSU. Morgan traveled with the team but didn't suit up. Fisch said Morgan "wasn't healthy enough to play the amount of snaps we were going to play (83 vs. BYU)." Whether he can do it vs. the Aztecs will be determined in practice this week. Receiver Jamarye Joiner has been working on the side for most of the offseason after having foot surgery in the spring. He dressed for warmups before the BYU game and participated in drills. Joiner had projected a return in Week 3 or 4 but could make his 2021 debut this Saturday, Fisch said. "He's doing great," Fisch said. "Dr. Joiner wasn't exactly sure how he was going to recover." - Arizona Republic

(DS#999 WR) rSo/2024 WR Jamarye JoinerArizona
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