The first year of the Rich Rodriguez era at Arizona is now set to end Dec. 15 in Albuquerque at the Gildan New Mexico Bowl.
Rodriguez will lead the Wildcats against the Mountain West Conference's Nevada Wolfpack.
The GOAZCATS.com War Room lets you know how long the 'Cats plan to prepare for the matchup this week and all the hurdles that come with the quick turnaround.
The War Room brings to you every detail from when the teams are scheduled to leave for New Mexico to the preparation scheduled to take place at the bowl site.
Plus, get a quick rundown on the teams as they appear on paper, and what kind of game you can expect when the New Mexico Bowl kicks off the slate of 35 bowl games to be played.
-On the hardwood, the Wildcats are creeping up on one feat that the program has not achieved in almost nine years.
Also, one player is going from overlooked to an all-around catalyst for the Wildcats. Meanwhile, there is one growing concern despite a 5-0 start in otherwise impressive fashion.
-On the recruiting side, the football team picked up a quarterback commit the same day as the bowl invitation.
Find out how that affects the battle at the position for the 2013 season.
Meanwhile, one prospect wants to make a trip out to Tucson during what will now be a busy time.
Three others completed their visits, so get the scoop on how things currently stand in each recruitment.
Speaking of trips, Rodriguez will not be making his first to Albuquerque once the bowl game comes around. Find out who he visited.
To find out all that and more, click here and head over to the GOAZCATS.com War Room.
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