Men's basketball notebook: On Miller's frustration, Pac-12 parity, bench struggles, and zone defense

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.  Read more

Alumni Association brings Cats together

Colorado has the fifth most University of Arizona alumni in the U.S. and around a hundred of them showed up for breakfast at Fate Brewing Company Saturday morning, just walking distance from the Coors Event Center in Boulder, Colorado where No. 14 Arizona was set to take on CU at noon. Read more

Coming Up Big: Arizona continues to grind out close wins

Often times, one of the toughest things to do in college basketball is consistently find ways to come up clutch and win close games. And for Arizona men’s basketball so far this season, it’s clear that they have been able to do that the last two months and tonight was no different. In other words, the Wildcats have that mamba mentality.   Read more