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Arizona Wildcats schedule Colorado Buffaloes for homecoming, announce other theme games

The themes for Arizona's seven home football games in 2024 were revealed on Friday.In the Wildcats' first season under head coach Brent Brennan, Arizona will kick off the season against New Mexico on Aug. 31 for a Native American Land Acknowledgement game, in addition to honoring the upcoming UA Sports Hall of Fame inductees.Arizona ends nonconference play against Northern Arizona on Sept. 7 for Hispanic Heritage Night.Arizona officially begins its new era as a Big 12 member on the road against former Pac-12 cohort Utah ...

The themes for Arizona's seven home football games in 2024 were revealed on Friday.

In the Wildcats' first season under head coach Brent Brennan, Arizona will kick off the season against New Mexico on Aug. 31 for a Native American Land Acknowledgement game, in addition to honoring the upcoming UA Sports Hall of Fame inductees.

Arizona ends nonconference play against Northern Arizona on Sept. 7 for Hispanic Heritage Night.

Arizona officially begins its new era as a Big 12 member on the road against former Pac-12 cohort Utah in Salt Lake City (Kansas State game in Manhattan will be ruled a nonconference game since it was previously scheduled before conference realignment), but the Wildcats' first conference home game will be against the Texas Tech Red Raiders on Oct. 5.

The UA most recently played Texas Tech in 2019, beating the Red Raiders 28-14, in the first — and ultimately only — game of an originally planned home-and-home series; the game in 2020 was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Texas Tech and Arizona were formerly Border Conference rivals; Arizona is 5-26-2 all-time against TTU.

The Wildcats' matchup for homecoming will be against the Colorado Buffaloes, led by Deion "Coach Prime" Sanders and quarterback Shedeur Sanders. CU comes to Tucson a year after falling to the Wildcats 34-31 in walk-off fashion in Boulder.

Arizona's final home game of October will be against West Virginia for family weekend, followed by Community Day against Houston on either Nov. 14 (Thursday), Nov. 15 (Friday) or Nov. 16 (Saturday).

The Territorial Cup game, the first as Big 12 opponents, against Arizona State is also Senior Day and the final contest of the season.

2024 Arizona Football Schedule

Aug. 31: NEW MEXICO

Sept. 7: NAU

Sept. 13#: at Kansas State

Sept. 28: at Utah* (Salt Lake City)

Oct. 5: TEXAS TECH*

Oct. 12: at BYU* (Provo, Utah)

Oct. 19: COLORADO*

Oct. 26: WEST VIRGINIA*

Nov. 2: at UCF* (Orlando)

Nov. 16^: HOUSTON*

Nov. 23: at TCU* (Fort Worth, Texas)

Nov. 30: ASU*

Dec. 7: Big 12 Championship (Arlington, Texas)

Home games at Arizona Stadium in BOLD

*: Big 12 Conference game

#: If not Saturday, Sept. 14, game may be played on Friday, Sept. 15.

^: If not Saturday, Nov. 16, game may be played on Thursday, Nov. 14 or Friday, Nov. 15.

Roadrunners' Matt Villalta called up for NHL debut

TUCSON, Ariz. — After five years in the AHL, Matt Villalta has gotten the call.“This is what you dream of, is playing in the National Hockey League," Tucson Roadrunner Matt Villalta said.After Arizona Coyotes' goalie Connor Ingram suffered a lower body injury, Villalta has been called to the big leagues.“You never like to see a fellow goalie go down like that, but you know hockey is a game of injury," Villalta said. "I’m very thankful and blessed to have an opportunity up there.&quo...

TUCSON, Ariz. — After five years in the AHL, Matt Villalta has gotten the call.

“This is what you dream of, is playing in the National Hockey League," Tucson Roadrunner Matt Villalta said.

After Arizona Coyotes' goalie Connor Ingram suffered a lower body injury, Villalta has been called to the big leagues.

“You never like to see a fellow goalie go down like that, but you know hockey is a game of injury," Villalta said. "I’m very thankful and blessed to have an opportunity up there."

Villalta was drafted in 2017 to the Los Angeles Kings, but never made it to the NHL and was traded to the Roadrunners after last season.

“Biggest thing for me was just keeping my nose on the ground, still working hard and having fun," Villalta said. "I have the mindset of keep getting better every day, and we kind of came over that adversity there, and it led me to a great place here in Arizona.”

In his first year with the Roadrunners, Villalta competed in his first AHL All-Star game, tied the Roadrunners' all-time season high wins at 22, and now will compete in the NHL.

“He not only just respects the game, he respects every individual in the room," Tucson Roadrunners coach Steve Potvin said. "Everybody you ask will just speak volumes about his character and how light he takes it. He really enjoys the game, being at the rink, and it’s just fun for him.”

Villalta plays alongside his childhood friend Hunter Drew on the Roadrunners, who has watched him grow as a player since high school.

“To just look back at those memories and those moments and now see how much he’s developed and grown, and to see him at this level and now obviously I’ll watch him at the next level," Drew said. "I think it’s amazing just to see his career path.”

Villalta is not scheduled to start yet but will dress as a backup goalie. Due to back-to-back games, he will likely make his debut Monday against the Edmonton Oilers.

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Anthony Taylor Jr. Band bringing country atmosphere to South Tucson for Cowgirls with Heart Rodeo Dance

TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) — South Tucson's El Casino Ballroom is welcoming all the cowgirls and cowboys visiting Tucson for rodeo week to come on down. On Friday night, Cowgirls with Heart is hosting its rodeo dance at the venue as a way to kick off the week.RELATED STORY: South Tucson's El Casino Ballroom welcomes Cowgirl...

TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) — South Tucson's El Casino Ballroom is welcoming all the cowgirls and cowboys visiting Tucson for rodeo week to come on down. On Friday night, Cowgirls with Heart is hosting its rodeo dance at the venue as a way to kick off the week.

RELATED STORY: South Tucson's El Casino Ballroom welcomes Cowgirls with Heart to kick-off rodeo week

The event is raising funds for the Mustangs of America Foundation, which gives inmates and parolees the opportunity to train wild horses. The organization is local to southern Arizona, and so is the entertainment for the event.

The Anthony Taylor Jr. Band is local to Tucson, but the lead singer and band's namesake, Anthony Taylor Jr., grew up in and around South Tucson. He said it's an honor to be chosen as the band for tonight's event.

"Just here at El Casino Ballroom, I've had so many family members have parties here. Quinceañeras, weddings, this is definitely home for me. I feel right at home where I'm at here in South Tucson," said Taylor Jr.

At 21 years old, Taylor Jr. and his band have been playing together for four years. He's started creating his own music in high school, and is ready to showcase five of the band's original country songs.

"They're super old-school country songs. Some of them, I'd written when I was 16 years old. They're about drinking and broken hearts and I didn't know anything about that when I was in high school," he said.

Speaking for his band, he said they consider it a blessing to perform at an event that's raising money for the Mustangs of America.

"It's a great thing they're doing at the Mustangs of America. They're doing the lord's work, seriously," he said.

The founder of Mustangs of America, Lynda Sanford, had similar sentiments toward having the band bring the country atmosphere to the rodeo dance.

"If you're going to do a dance, you got to have the best," she said.

The rodeo dance coordinated by Diane Storms with Cowgirls with Heart will run from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Tickets will be available at the El Casino Ballroom, 437 E. 26th St., after doors open at 6 p.m. For more information and how to purchase tickets online, visit cowgirlswithheart.com.

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Tucson song fest ends first leg with tenor's debut in emotional world premiere

Composer Jimmy López Bellido sat at the far end of the second row at Holsclaw Hall Thursday night wearing that nervous look of a father about to see his kid hit his first home run.On the Holsclaw stage, tenor Michael Fabiano teed up the first song of López’s song cycle “Quiet Dreams,” the fifth and final commission of the ...

Composer Jimmy López Bellido sat at the far end of the second row at Holsclaw Hall Thursday night wearing that nervous look of a father about to see his kid hit his first home run.

On the Holsclaw stage, tenor Michael Fabiano teed up the first song of López’s song cycle “Quiet Dreams,” the fifth and final commission of the Tucson Desert Song Festival‘s Wesley Green Composing Project.

“An orchid has flowered/from a boy’s ear,” Fabiano sang as pianist Laurent Philippe played the soft melodies of López’s emotionally-charged music.

“Quiet Poems,” the latest collaboration between López and Cuban playwright/poet Nilo Cruz, was a heart-crushing journey to immigration’s frontlines, a view of the politically-charged issue through the eyes of children held in captivity. The texts were raw and gut-wrenching with music that matched the emotional intensity, growing from somber and reflective to fits of anxiety verging on outbursts of anger.

In the opening song “The Orchid Boy,” Fabiano, a renowned tenor whose career is largely centered in Europe, brought out the fears and confusion of a young boy caught between innocence and a cruel, cold world. His powerful tenor reached soaring fever-pitched highs and near baritone lows, expressing the anger of a young girl’s brutal soul-crushing assault in “Tango for a Rapist” before softening when he channeled a young girl looking for solace in the darkness of night in “Lullaby for the Insomniac Child” and another girl daydreaming about life outside her prison walls in the dramatic final song “The Girl of the Clouds.”

López’s music matched the mood of the text, with tempos that grew slightly frenzied to convey a sense of tension and frustration and soft and melodic with the promise of hope.

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Throughout the performance, López didn’t take his eyes off Fabiano, and when the cycle had ended, he seemed to exhale, like a father does when his kid hits a base run and makes it safely to first.

López joined Fabiano and Philippe on stage and the audience nearly filling the hall gave the trio a standing ovation, with more than a few people shouting “bravo!”

“Quiet Poems” came in the middle of Fabiano’s recital, sponsored by Arizona Opera as the finale to the opening leg of the 2024 Tucson Desert Song Festival. He opened the evening with two songs from Puccini, who is quite possibly Fabiano’s go-to composer judging from the way Puccini’s thrilling high notes slipped effortlessly from his lips. Fabiano, making his Arizona debut, has the uncanny gift of being able to project so loudly that you find yourself looking for some hidden mic. It was so loud during his performance of Paolo Tosti’s “Non t’amo píù” that an older woman in the third row put one finger in her ear; she ended up moving to the back of the hall for the concert’s second half.

As Philippe played the aggressive gallop of Barber’s “I Hear an Army” from his Three Songs Op. 10, Fabiano’s lyric tenor took a dive into baritone range when he pleaded “My love, my love, why have you left me alone!” The final word hung in the air and took on the resonance of bitterness and betrayal.

Fabiano closed out his recital with a series of songs by 19th century French Romantic composer Henri Duparc before asking the audience if they’d like to hear him do what he does best.

“I’m an opera singer so do you want to hear an aria?” he asked to a resounding burst of animated applause.

After performing “Vesti la giubba” from “Pagliacci,” one of the most recognizable arias in opera, Fabiano took a sip of water than raised two fingers before nodding to Philippe that they would do a second aria — “Kuda, kuda, vi udalilis” from the dueling scene in “Eugene Onegin.” The audience was still applauding when Fabiano raised three fingers. When he announced that he would sing “E’ la solita storia” from “L’Arlesiana,” there was a collective gasp of excitement from the audience that led to a prolonged standing ovation at the end of the song.

Thursday’s concert closed out the first leg of the 2024 Tucson Desert Song Festival, which picks up again March 2 with Arizona Theatre Company’s production of Terrence McNally’s “Master Class.” Visit tucsondesertsongfestival.org for details.

Best Internet Providers in Tucson, Arizona

What is the best internet provider in Tucson?Tucson is home to several top-tier internet service providers, including T-Mobile, Verizon and CenturyLink, though CNET's pick for the best internet provider in Tucson is Xfinity. Xfinity offers several plans, including a cheap option at just $20 per month and speeds up to 1,200 megabits...

What is the best internet provider in Tucson?

Tucson is home to several top-tier internet service providers, including T-Mobile, Verizon and CenturyLink, though CNET's pick for the best internet provider in Tucson is Xfinity. Xfinity offers several plans, including a cheap option at just $20 per month and speeds up to 1,200 megabits per second. Though fiber is the buzziest internet connection right now -- and you can get fiber in Tucson through Quantum Fiber -- it isn't as widely available yet in the city. You'll find more connectivity through cable and fixed wireless in Tucson while the fiber network grows.

Tucson may have been the setting for many old-school Western films full of tumbleweeds and saloons, but the real city is now sleek, modern and full of high-speed internet options. Cox Communications offers the speediest plan in the area, costing $150 per month for download speeds up to 2,000Mbps. If you're searching for the most affordable service, check out Xfinity's Connect plan for $20 monthly.

Our methodology

CNET considers speeds, pricing, customer service and overall value to recommend the best internet service in Tucson across several categories. Our evaluation includes referencing a proprietary database built over years of reviewing internet services. We validate that against provider information by spot-checking local addresses for service availability. We also do a close read of providers' terms and conditions and, when needed, will call ISPs to verify the details.

Despite our efforts to find the most recent and accurate information, our process has some limitations you should know about. Pricing and speed data are variable: certain addresses may qualify for different service tiers, and monthly costs may vary, even within a city. The best way to identify your particular options is to plug your address into a provider's website.

Also, the prices, speed and other information listed above and in the provider cards below may differ from what we found in our research. The cards display the full range of a provider's pricing and speed across the US, according to our database of plan information provided directly by ISPs. At the same time, the text is specific to what's available in Tucson. The prices referenced within this article's text come from our research and include applicable discounts for setting up automatic payments each month -- a standard industry offering. Discounts and promotions might also be available for signing a term contract or bundling multiple services.

To learn more about how we review internet providers, visit our full methodology page.

Best internet in Tucson, Arizona, in 2024

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Best internet provider in Tucson, AZ

Our take - Xfinity is a well-rounded ISP with various speeds at some affordable price points.

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75 - 2,000 Mbps

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$20 - $120 per month

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Best fiber internet in Tucson, AZ

Our take - Quantum Fiber -- CenturyLink’s sister service for fiber -- offers lightning-fast speeds that other ISPs can’t match in Tucson.

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200 - 8,000 Mbps

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$30 - $165 per month

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Our take - T-Mobile's reliable network is available all over Tucson, and with deals available for mobile customers, it's one of our favorite ISPs.

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72 - 245 Mbps

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Other available internet providers in Tucson

Cheap internet options in Tucson

The average starting price for internet service in Tucson is just under $46 per month. Most providers offer a $50 monthly plan, but two providers offer plans even lower than that.

Xfinity offers the lowest plan you’ll find in Tucson with its $20 per month plan for download speeds of 75Mbps. Some Tucson residents may also find even cheaper costs through the Affordable Connectivity Program, which is available for low-income homes.

Source: CNET analysis of provider data.

How to find internet deals and promotions in Tucson

The best internet deals and top promotions in Tucson depend on what discounts are available during that time. Most deals are short-lived, but we look frequently for the latest offers.

Tucson internet providers, such as Xfinity and Cox, may offer lower introductory pricing or streaming add-ons for a limited time. Many, however, including Quantum Fiber and Verizon, run the same standard pricing year-round.

For a more extensive list of promos, check out our guide on the best internet deals.

How fast is Tucson broadband?

In the most recent Tucson speed tests, Cox came out on top in expected download speeds, with Xfinity just behind. And in the most recent Ookla data of the entire US, Tucson came in at number 76 overall in median download speed.

Quantum Fiber, Cox Communications, Verizon and Xfinity all offer high-speed gigabit plans in Tucson, with Cox offering the fastest speeds -- 2,000Mbps for $150 per month.

Source: CNET analysis of provider data.

What’s a good internet speed?

Most internet connection plans can now handle basic productivity and communication tasks. If you're looking for an internet plan that can accommodate videoconferencing, streaming video or gaming, you'll have a better experience with a more robust connection. Here's an overview of the recommended minimum download speeds for various applications, according to the FCC. Note that these are only guidelines -- and that internet speed, service and performance vary by connection type, provider and address.

For more information, refer to our guide on how much internet speed you really need.

How CNET chose the best internet providers in Tucson

Internet service providers are numerous and regional. Unlike the latest smartphone, laptop, router or kitchen tool, it’s impractical to personally test every ISP in a given city. So what’s our approach? We start by researching the pricing, availability and speed information, drawing on our own historical ISP data, the provider sites and mapping information from the Federal Communications Commission at FCC.gov.

But it doesn’t end there. We go to the FCC’s website to check our data and ensure we consider every ISP that provides service in an area. We also input local addresses on provider websites to find specific options for residents. We look at sources, including the American Customer Satisfaction Index and J.D. Power, to evaluate how happy customers are with an ISP’s service. ISP plans and prices are subject to frequent changes; all information provided is accurate as of the time of publication.

Once we have this localized information, we ask three main questions:

While the answer to those questions is often layered and complex, the providers who come closest to “yes” on all three are the ones we recommend. When selecting the cheapest internet service, we look for the plans with the lowest monthly fee, though we also factor in things like price increases, equipment fees and contracts. Choosing the fastest internet service is relatively straightforward. We look at advertised upload and download speeds and consider real-world speed data from sources like Ookla and FCC reports.

To explore our process in more depth, visit our how we test ISPs page.

What’s the final word on internet providers in Tucson?

Though we rate Xfinity as the best bet in Tucson, your address will dictate which ISP is best for you. The speeds and providers vary throughout the city and the surrounding areas, so you’ll have to plug in your location to find your best options.

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