#17 Arizona 2019-20 Preview

After missing the NCAA Tournament for just the third time in nearly 40 years, it’s time for Sean Miller and the Wildcats to turn the page. Can hometown hero and point guard prodigy Nico Mannion be the savior Arizona needs to return to glory in 2020?

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Pac 12 2018-19 Preview

Likely the weakest of the so-called Power 6 leagues, the Pac 12 will have to deal with being a kind of “little brother” to Gonzaga and Nevada on the west coast. The league is relatively wide open (not always a compliment), but the traditional powers will probably make up the upper tiers…

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Pac-12 2017-18 Tournament Preview

Phew, it was a rough year for the Pac-12 - not only was the league's top-to-bottom competitiveness watered down, but two of its premier programs played the season with a dark grey cloud hovering over them. 

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Pac-12 Preview 2017-18

Despite an impressive 10-4 showing in last year's NCAA tournament, the Pac-12 earned only four berths to the Big Dance - the league's least since 2012. Will a loaded Arizona squad roll through the "Conference of Champions" in a one-horse race? Or will the likes of USC, UCLA and Oregon have the chops to take down the Wildcats?

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#2 Arizona Preview 2017-18

It was yet another frustrating finish to Arizona's season after being bounced in the Sweet 16 by 11-seeded Xavier - head coach Sean Miller's former employer.  With a potential player of the year candidate in Allonzo Trier back and fully healthy for his junior campaign, is this the year Miller and the Wildcats finally break through?

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#7 USC Preview 2017-18

Andy Enfield looks to take the Trojans one step further in March behind a roster that is oozing with both talent and experience.  With many projecting USC as a top-10 team this year, it's safe to say Enfield has officially resurrected hoops in south Los Angeles.

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Pac 12 Preview 2016-17

Exciting freshmen Markelle Fultz and Lonzo Ball look to dominate the headlines alongside Player of the Year candidate Ivan Rabb. Oregon and Arizona are once again the class of the conference, while UCLA looks to get back to their winning ways in a deep Pac 12. 

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