Tuesday’s Arizona Wildcats social media reactions

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A new Patriots Super Bowl song/video featuring Rob Gronkowski. One line compares the football to a Nerf ball.

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Gronkowski keeping his Arizona allegiance strong.

Along with former Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi, Gronkowski is one of the most famous former Arizona players who transcends sports.

Do you really think Gronkowski would care about “Deflate-gate?”

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Former Arizona defensive lineman Joe Tafoya, who once played in the Super Bowl with Seattle, is one of the most avid Seahawks fans. He is the leader of Seattle’s famed “12s”, the 12th-man at home games.

Scooby Wright was a well-rounded athlete in high school.

Miles Simon’s coaching career is far from over. The former Arizona hoops player, once an assistant with the Wildcats, still coaches at the AAU level and will now represent the United States.


The only question now is when does Arizona start its Heisman campaign for Scooby?

His brother is Arizona senior-to-be offensive lineman Cayman Bundage from Oklahoma City.


The Cal student section had fun at Sean Miller’s expense on Saturday night.

Miller’s wife Amy, responds with this Tweet:

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

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