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Can You Hear Me? 2016 Pac-12’s best chance to make tournament noise in almost a decade

You’ve heard about the Pac-12’s record-breaking seven bids in this year’s NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship but the news is even better than that. Among the seven dancers are enough highly-seeded teams to give the conference a legitimate shot at its first Final Four team in eight years

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Plan BYU: Holy War is answer to fixing Pac-12 Rivalry Week

I had a wonderful Thanksgiving. Counting blessings. Seeing family. I watched two Arizona basketball games and went to a UA volleyball match. It was a really good holiday weekend. But something was missing. Thanksgiving isn’t 100% Thanksgiving without the Territorial Cup football game. It needs to come back. And, good news, Wildcats and Sun Devils, [&hellip

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Again?! Onside kick strategy key part of comeback win over Cal

It was an improbable-and-leaning-toward-impossible comeback! And that’s what we said about the New Mexico Bowl two seasons ago. Rich Rodriguez and the Arizona Wildcats just did it again, and Sonny Dykes’ Cal Bears were the victims. After the first comeback it was easy to call it a fluke. Luck. Chance. But when the magic happens [&hellip

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Close Calls: Harder-Than-It-Has-To-Be Cats hang on for second straight week

For the second consecutive week the Arizona Wildcats played as a favorite and won. For the second straight week, however, the game was closer than the oddsmakers predicted and the Cats had to withstand some anxious moments at the end

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This Week in the Pac-12, Jan. 29: Arizona faces toughest road trip of season

Do you like college basketball? Do you like to sit in one place for long periods of time? Have you recently injured your thumbs and/or lost your remote control? The Pac-12 has designed your perfect day as the No. 1 Arizona Wildcats face a stiff challenge away from home

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