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Comeback lauded, but ASU still swept series



Re: ASU sweeps Arizona with 70-68 win

• Give Arizona credit for coming back. The Cats still need to win two games. Keep your heads up. Don’t worry. We’re still 43-10 against ASU the last 25 years. And since when do ranked teams storm the court after beating an unranked team at home? JUST A FAN

• Knocking students for rushing the court after a rivalry game (is sad). . . . Take a deep breath, step down from the roof and realize ASU is better than your team. JESTERJV71

• Why was UA’s Kyle Fogg on the bench the last few minutes? He was the most consistent/efficient player on the team. Zane Johnson’s lack of fundamentals with his left hand hurt the team. He struggled to make the lay-in set up by Nic Wise, and he could not make the wide open putback in the closing seconds. Why does coach Russ Pennell continue to allow Wise to overpenetrate? His lack of height and hops turn many of his fast breaks to the hole into an inefficient play. ARIZONA BRUCE

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