Basketball: Pac-12 still seeking win vs. ranked foe

 Arizona put up a great fight on the road, but the Pac-12 dropped to 0-9 this season vs. Top-25 teams . . .

   — Florida  78, Arizona 72, OT: Jesse Perry scored 23 points and Kyle Fogg added 19 but the Wildcats (6-3) couldn’t overtake the No. 12 Gators (6-2) in Gainesville, Fla. Pac-12 Player of the Week Solomon Hill shot 1 for 7. Florida got 25 points from Patric Young to overcome shooting 7 for 26 from the 3-point line.

   — Washington State 66, Idaho 64: Reggie Moore scored the game-winning jump shot with just under 1 second left, lifting the Cougars (5-4) to a road win over their border rival. Moore finished with 15 points and Brock Motum added 14 for WSU, which beat the Vandals for the ninth straight time.

   — Nevada 69, Arizona State 61: Deonte Burton, who had 31 points in the Wolfpack’s win over Washington last Friday, scored 28 to help beat the Sun Devils (3-5) in Tempe, Ariz. Carrick Felix scored 15 for ASU while Kyle Cain and Keala King each had 14.

   — Colorado 71, Fresno State 64: Sophomore Andre Roberson had 21 points, 10 rebounds and shot 9 for 9 from the FT line, leading the Buffaloes (5-3) to victory at home. Spencer Dinwiddie scored 15 for Colorado.

   — Cal State Fullerton 81, Utah 50: Ex-Cal players D.J. Seeley (17 points) and Omondi Amoke (5 points, 12 rebounds) led the visiting Titans past the Utes (1-7), playing without suspended top scorer Josh Watkins.  The Utes shot 35 percent while suffering their worst defeat at the Huntsman Center, which opened in 1969.


Jeff Faraudo

One Comment

  1. Where have you gone, Rick Majerus? How sad for a once-proud Utah program.

    You think maybe they can send some operatives to kidnap him from St. Louis?

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