TUCSON, Ariz. -- So many questions, but will there be definitive answers? Maybe, maybe not as Arizona opens spring practice for the second time under head coach Rich Rodriguez.
Rodriguez even admitted this week that many of the answers wont come until fall. And he said that while spring ball -- which begins Saturday and culminates with UA's spring game on April 13 -- are important in a sense, spring is really about finding players to win with in the fall.
In doing so, the Cats will be looking to build on what was considered a pretty good first year for Rodriguez, with an 8-5 finish capped by thrilling 49-48 New Mexico Bowl win over Nevada.
The big question going forward is the status of junior-to-be running back KaDeem Carey, a returning All-American who has been his own worst problem. After being charged with misdemeanor assault and disorderly conduct in an incident involving his pregnant ex-girlfriend in late December, he was in an incident at McKale Center during a UA bask...