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Cats should watch out for Utah


Re: Gimino column – Wildcats’ streak greater than you might think

• Utah is a very very good team and they play unselfishly. They execute the little things well. Tough matchup for the Cats if UA turns the ball over or fails to crash the boards. JCS

• I hate to admit it but I seriously think ASU will make a huge run and end up in the Final Four. They will sucker-punch Syracuse in Round 2, then upset Oklahoma, then beat North Carolina. SELLY22

• I absolutely concur with the reflection on the Scum Devils’ season. Given the talent level, the history, and all other considerations – they have underachieved and don’t have much to look forward to next year with Pendergraph and Harden gone. Kudos for a decent year. UA’s 25-year streak is an incredible achievement and a true mark of excellence. Hopefully the new coach can pick up a couple of D1 caliber players who will work their butts off to maintain the legacy of excellence. If that comes together, then 26 is achievable. HMR

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