PHOENIX -- Last month, Arizona announced a three-game football series with Brigham Young University that included a neutral site game at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale in 2016, and UA athletic director Greg Byrne said Thursday the Wildcats could keep coming back if the game goes well.
"If it works well, we'll give it another try," Byrne said. "It's got to make sense to where it doesn't hurt Tucson, but it makes sense for us from a recruiting standpoint, which this does, (and) from a fan standpoint."
Byrne said scheduling games in the Phoenix area must not detract from the team's schedule in Tucson.
The 2016 BYU game might not turn out to be Arizona's first venture into the Phoenix market. The Las Vegas Review Journal reported Thursday that UNLV is in talks with UA to move this season's Sept. 7 game, scheduled for Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas, to University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. The move would involve a substantial ...