PALO ALTO, Calif. — Despite shooting only 38.3 percent and missing 10-of-25 free throws, Arizona held off Stanford 56-43 in Maples Pavilion on Saturday, capping a weekend sweep of the Bay Area schools.
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BERKELEY, Calif. — Last Saturday against Washington, with Arizona needing the go-to-guy its been missing all season more than ever, senior Kyle Fogg vanished.
BERKELEY, Calif., — Head men’s basketball coach Sean Miller knew it would take time for the Wildcats to develop.
College basketball is a guard’s game.
After fracturing a bone in his right foot against Washington on Saturday, Kevin Parrom will be out for three months and will undergo surgery in the next couple of weeks, said UA head men’s basketball coach Sean Miller.
It’s no secret that with Kevin Parrom out for the year, the Arizona men’s basketball team loses size, versatility, scoring, rebounding, playmaking and every major skill that makes up a well-rounded player.
Kevin Parrom isn’t eligible for the NCAA’s medical hardship waiver, which would allow him to redshirt the 2011-12 season.
Nearly one year ago, on a Saturday night in McKale Center, Arizona’s version of the whiteout was born.
Arizona forward Kevin Parrom sat out the second half of Saturday’s home loss to Washington due to nerve pain in his right leg and foot, according to head coach Sean Miller.
Jay Bilas is a Duke Blue Devil through and through. He was a four-year starter for Mike Krzyzewski from 1983-1986 and coached under Coach K from 1990-1992, earning two national championship rings.
The implications of Saturday’s ESPN GameDay matchup between Arizona and Washington go well beyond the Pac-12 standings.
Klay Thompson traded in the Pac-12 for the NBA. DeAngelo Casto left Pullman, Wash., for Turkey.
What a difference a month and a half can make.
Pac-12 will get at least two teams in despite struggles
BOULDER, Colo. — It’s no secret that at the end of the season Arizona will look back at its 64-63 loss to Colorado on Saturday as the one that got away.
BOULDER, Colo. — Take a look around the Coors Events Center and it won’t take long to realize Colorado’s place in NCAA basketball history.
BOULDER, Colo., — Kevin Parrom couldn’t knock down a 3-pointer at the buzzer and Colorado defeated Arizona 64-63 on Saturday in the Coors Events Center.
BOULDER, Colo. — In a back-and-forth contest that saw four first-half lead changes, Arizona holds a 39-35 edge at halftime over Colorado in the Coors Events Center.
Average teams can’t have an “on/off” switch.
If Arizona wants its name called on Selection Sunday without having to run the table in the Pac-12 Tournament, it needs to come away from this weekend with two more notches in the win column.