Backup plan Extra points The Wildcats ran 90 plays during their scrimmage, plus special teams. Sumlin said the team committed only two penalties. That’s the first thing you gotta do to win games,” he said.
Because not having a season and playing in the spring and then me coming back next year being 24 years old, that’s really old as a college football player,” redshirt senior Lorenzo Burns said Friday via Zoom call. So I think that was one consideration rather than transfer. Burns, who has graduated from the UA, already considered declaring for the 2020 NFL Draft after his redshirt junior season.
Editor’s note: The Star is counting down the 22 best high school football players in Southern Arizona, in no particular order. Name: Stevie Rocker The rundown: Rocker is a 6-foot, 205-pound senior running back at Canyon del Oro High School. Who he is: Rocker was expected to build off his 2018 sophomore year in which he rushed for 1,163 yards and 12 touchdowns.