Justin Coleman’s game-tying 3-point attempt from half court fell short as time expired and the Wildcats dropped to 7-3 on the season.
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Arizona basketball bounced back in a big way Thursday night against Georgia Southern in a 100-70 win after going 1-2 in last week’s Maui Invitational. Here’s how Arizona was able to come away with its fourth home win of the year.
A 19-point lead in the fourth quarter proved to be the tipping in which Arizona seemingly decided they were content with the lead, letting the Sun Devils rally for a 41-40 win to keep the Territorial Cup in Tempe. Questionable play-calling by coaches and mistakes by UA players doomed the Wildcats and allowed the Sun Devils to celebrate wildly on Arizona’s turf.
The turning point in the game came when UA’s Chase Jeter fouled out with a foul-then-technical sequence at 12:03 in the second half. Gonzaga took the lead on free throws after and were able to score at will in the paint thereafter. The Bulldogs outscored the Wildcats 39-21 the rest of the way and were able to get 26 points in the paint in the half.
Arizona men’s basketball delivered its best performance of the young season with a 71-66 win over the Iowa State Cyclones in the opening round of the Maui Invitational. Here are five stats that defined the Wildcats important win.
In the 2018 battle, Washington State had 55 points at halftime – the most ever allowed by an Arizona team in a single half – and ended up winning 69-28 over Arizona Saturday night in Pullman. You can choose which defeat was worse.
Brandon Williams and Brandon Randolph nearly outscored UTEP by themselves. Both were the top scorers for Arizona on the night, each with 21 points – a career-high for the freshman Williams.
Arizona football players Jamarye Joiner, Darrius Smith and Dayven Coleman were arrested for second degree criminal trespassing at Arizona Stadium on the morning of Oct. 23. All were cited and released, according to a University of Arizona Police Department report.
College basketball is finally in full swing and Arizona began its season with a 90-60 win over Houston Baptist on Wednesday at McKale Center. Here’s a rundown of the most important topics in the first win of the year.
Basketball beat writers Alec White, Mark Lawson and David Skinner answer questions about some key points for the upcoming men’s basketball season.
But Arizona has this season right in front of them – a team replacing all five starters from last year – and the ‘Cats will need to find a new identity. And don’t be surprised if Williams becomes the face of the program when it’s all said and done.
Coleman’s leap of faith to transfer twice in his collegiate career has seemed to have paid off as he’s landed at one of the premier programs on the West Coast, a privilege the Wildcat point guard doesn’t take lightly.
Ira Lee isn’t here to make excuses for his actions. The sophomore forward has already admitted that he knows he made a mistake in a DUI incident in August, so now he’s ready to move past it. In fact, the experience has been a growing point for the 20-year-old.
The exhibition season is about learning and in 40 minutes against Chaminade, Sean Miller learned that he will have to be patient with his team this season. “It certainly feels like it’s the first time for everything,” Miller said. “That’s what the exhibition season is about."
Arizona men’s basketball got one step closer to the regular season with a 95-44 win over Western New Mexico on Tuesday. As the season draws nearer there, are plenty of intriguing story lines surrounding the team, here are the top ones to keep an eye on.
Daily Wildcat sports editor Alec White reports from Arizona Stadium to discuss Tate's game and point out a few of his touchdown throws.
Perhaps the expectations came too much too soon for the “New Era” Wildcats as they have looked anything but a team capable of playing a game in December.
It’s officially Rhett Rodriguez time for Arizona football. Quarterback Khalil Tate will sit out this week against UCLA due to an ankle injury and Rhett Rodriguez, son of former UA football head coach Rich Rodriguez, will get the start against the Bruins.
Festivities including adding two former players to the ring of honor, a dunk contest and the team scrimmage. Here’s a rundown of the most notable topics from the event.