Tabitha Yim spent five seasons as a Stanford assistant.
Arizona's 49th road sweep since 1978 nothing to sneeze at.
The good, bad and ugly for each team so far.
University of Arizona's Justin Washington, bottom, and Robert Golden, right, try to wrap up Cal's Shane Vereen, center, Sept. 25, 2010.
University of Arizona's Nic Grigsby, left, and Mike Turner, right, celebrate the win over Cal in the fourth quarter at Arizona Stadium on Sept. 25, 2010 in Tucson, Ariz. Arizona won 10-9.
University of Arizona quarterback Nick Foles, right, tries to escape from Cal's Cameron Jordan, left, in the first quarter at Arizona Stadium on September 25, 2010 in Tucson, Ariz. Arizona won 10-9. Photo by Dean Knuth/Arizona Daily Star
Arizona's Juron Criner celebrates after catching the game-winning touchdown against Cal in 2010. The Wildcats won 10-9.
University of Arizona's Daniel Jenkins, bottom, upends University of California Berkeley's Jeremy Ross, top right, with Michael Calvin, left, in the first quarter at Arizona Stadium on September 25, 2010 in Tucson, Ariz. Photo by Dean Knuth/Arizona Daily Star
There are eight Pac-12 teams within two games of first place.
Stanford's Chasson Randle has made 21 of 45 three-point shots in Pac-12 play, or 46.7 percent.
One of the Arizona Wildcats' zone-busting mechanisms didn't work out Sunday, and that bothered Kevin Parrom.
One of the Arizona Wildcats’ zone-busting mechanisms didn’t work out Sunday, and that bothered Kevin Parrom.
UA senior Solomon Hill gets squeezed by California's Tyrone Wallace, left and Jeff Powers. The Bears wore down Arizona with a zone defense.
No visiting coach has lost more basketball games at McKale Center than Mike Montgomery. Not Don Haskins, not Ned Wulk, not Ralph Miller.
UA's Kaleb Tarczewski, left, and Jordin Mayes sit on the bench, watching as the Golden Bears hit 58.8 percent of their shots in the game.
The Arizona Wildcats saved their semi-habitual slow start for the second half Sunday, and that only made things worse.
Allen Crabbe strode from the baseline beneath the Arizona Wildcats’ basket to his own free throw stripe with John Wayne steps.
BERKELEY, Calif. - The environment unalterably changed 17
minutes before tipoff Thursday when Cal's Straw Hat Band marched
into acoustics-challenged Haas Pavilion and made a racket that
raged for more than two hours.
BERKELEY, Calif. - Mired in the middle of the Pac-12 race, the
Arizona Wildcats rose up in the most unlikely of places