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Arizona men’s basketball head coach Sean Miller will not coach in tonight’s game at Oregon as first reported by Greg Hansen of the Arizona Daily Star.
The subject of the emails revolved around the recruitment of Markkanen and Alkins as well as Brian Bowen who committed to Louisville but never played for the team after being implicated in the ongoing FBI investigation. The hammer continues to fall on Arizona basketball.
Arizona men’s basketball defeated the Oregon State Beavers 75-65 in overtime to pull one game closer to winning the Pac-12 regular season title. Here’s the rundown of the most important items to know from the game.
Junior guard Allonzo Trier has been suspended by the NCAA for the remainder of the 2018 basketball season after testing positive for the reappearance of a “trace amount” of a banned substance in screening taken back in late January.
Deandre Ayton, the possible No. 1 overall NBA draft pick this summer, notched a team-high 25 points in the win, showcasing his ability to score from jumpers, put-back layups and thunderous dunks. Ayton also pulled down 16 rebounds, dished out four assists and blocked four shots. The 7-foot-1 freshman was the difference for Arizona.
Sports writer Keith Demolder at the Daily Trojan did a Q&A session with the Daily Wildcat regarding the USC men's basketball team to preview the upcoming matchup between the Trojans and the Wildcats. The winner has the inside track on the Pac-12 standings.
For the second time in as many years, Arizona men’s basketball lost to UCLA at home, this time with results that left more questions than answers for the Wildcats. Here is a rundown of the most noteworthy topics of discussion surrounding the game.
Senior writer Matt Cummings at the Daily Bruin did a Q&A session with the Daily Wildcat regarding the UCLA men's basketball team to preview the upcoming matchup between the Bruins and the Wildcats. Here's Matt's thoughts on UCLA's defensive versus Arizona's offense, whether or not the Bruins can make the NCAA Tournament and more.
Take a look at the stats that defined Arizona's dominant 100-72 win over Washington State.
“Ristic up top, BANG!” The unmistakable voice of play-by-play man Gus Johnson used one of his many catchphrases on Saturday, this time screaming the praises of Arizona seven-footer Dusan Ristic as he drained a late 3-pointer to help clinch a 74-73 win over Utah.
The most important takeaway from this game is that Arizona now takes sole possession of first place in the Pac-12 standings. UA, now 6-1 in conference play, has won four games in a row since losing to Colorado in Boulder the first weekend in January.
Arizona men’s basketball hit the road this week for the first time since being upset by Colorado on Jan. 6th. Wednesday’s game against California saw the Wildcats run away with a 79-58 win in Berkeley, Calif. Here’s a rundown of some of the most noteworthy aspects of the game.
In Sumlin’s opening statement and throughout his Q&A session, the 53-year old head coach outlined a vision for the future of Arizona football. The vision, according to Sumlin, will be built on being a leader of young men, an involvement in the community and success on and off the football field. Sumlin even said he plans to do what no other Arizona football coach has been able to accomplish: get the team to a Rose Bowl.
Landing Kevin Sumlin wraps up a two week coaching search and in the end, Arizona might have ended up with one of the best options. Sumlin will come to Tucson with a current head coaching record of 86-43 and is 4-3 in bowl games. Sumlin, 53, comes from a strong football background.
Arizona men's basketball handled the Oregon Ducks in the final moments in Tucson on Saturday, coming away with a 90-83 win. Check out the five most important numbers from the game that played a role in Arizona's win.
No. 17 Arizona men’s basketball defeated Oregon State 62-53 on Thursday night. Take a look at 5 numbers that give insight as to how the game unfolded.
The winter holidays are always the busiest time of year so if you didn’t get a chance to keep up with Arizona men’s basketball since since early December, this breakdown will get you up to speed as the new semester begins.
BOULDER, CO -- It only took three games of Pac-12 play for Arizona men’s basketball to lose its first conference game of the year. The Colorado Buffaloes upset the No. 14 Arizona Wildcats 80-77 in Boulder. It was UA’s first trip back to Boulder since the 2015-16 season when the ‘Cats were ranked No. 9 in the nation and also got upset by the Buffs. Here’s a breakdown of different aspects of Arizona’s loss on Saturday.