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Social media reactions of Arizona Wildcats’ historic win over ASU

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This is the face of Arizona Wildcat football. That about says it all.
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People will question Arizona’s chances and value nationally next week heading into the Oregon game. That will make Rich Rodriguez continue to ask these questions.

Steve Kerr found the time after tonight’s Golden State game to Tweet for his alma mater.

The talk will be about Oregon seeking revenge. Perhaps, but the Ducks had their chance for revenge in Eugene, Ore., earlier this season didn’t they?

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“Everything is awesome …”

Rodriguez to his team: “Remember, enjoy this for the night, keep your focus, because we’ve got a couple more games to play. Maybe three more games to play.”

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Had to wipe my eyes and shake my head to make sure this is real. Where Arizona is at is so surreal right now.


Another masterpiece by Arizona’s Digital Gurus

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Write your own caption for this one. Mine: Rich Rod with the death grip.

ASU got Gronked!

Ka’Deem Carey having some fun at the expense of ASU, which thought at one time it could recruit him out of CDO

Another CDO grad living it up with a special victory.

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In other words, Bruce Feldman of Fox believes Arizona has something great brewing.

Rodriguez as the Pac-12’s coach of the year is a foregone conclusion. Scooby Wright has shot at defensive player of the year, especially if Arizona beats Oregon again.

A great honor to earn the Bob Moran MVP trophy. The late Moran, who succumbed to cancer, was a reporter who knew this rivalry as well as anyone. His Wilbur and Sparky columns with them meeting at Toltec are legendary. Somebody should publish a book with them.

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More Tweets of note …

ALLSPORTSTUCSON.com publisher, writer and editor Javier Morales is a former Arizona Press Club award winner. He also writes articles for Bleacher Report and Lindy’s College Sports.

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