The Arizona men’s basketball team's head coach Sean Miller held a press conference Tuesday afternoon previewing the upcoming slate of games. This turned into a Kerr Kriisa Q&A as Miller filled us all in repeatedly on what to expect from his touted freshmen’s debut.
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The Arizona Wildcats fell to the Stanford Cardinal in Tucson Thursday, Jan. 28, with a final score of 73-64. This result was Arizona’s second loss of the season to Stanford dropping the Wildcats record to 12-4 overall and 6-4 in the Pac-12.
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At the end of the first matchup between these two teams, it seemed that Arizona State’s morale was broken with the way Arizona danced off the court with the game-winner. Typically when a rematch between rivals is played, the losing team comes out firing in the second game, pissed off and ready to prove last time was just a fluke. ASU, however, did the complete opposite.
Arizona traveled to Tempe on Thursday, Jan. 21, to play rival Arizona State. The Wildcats were able to escape with a miraculous buzzer-beating win from the tip in by star freshman Azuolas Tubelis, cleaning up James Akinjo’s airball (or pass?).
Arizona head coach Sean Miller had his weekly press conference on Wednesday, Jan. 20, previewing tonight’s rivalry matchup against Arizona State at 7 p.m. MST.
New head football coach Jedd Fisch has filled out his coaching staff over the last few weeks. His most prominent hire was nabbing former Michigan defensive coordinator Don Brown.
It has been a week since Kevin Sumlin was relieved of his head coaching duties with Arizona football which prompted the university's official search for his replacement. The football program is in a rough state right about now, near rock bottom, and the correct hire could be the much-needed culture reset needed to turn things around.