In 1976, the Bob Elliott-led Wildcats (coached by Fred Snowden), played in their first round of 16 in an NCAA tournament. After beating UNLV 114-109 in overtime, they were summarily dismissed from by a tail-end version of the UCLA powerhouse of yesteryear. Since then, Arizona has returned to the second weekend of NCAA play 15 more times, and with a hard-fought win over San Diego State on March 27, the Cats now have 10 wins in those games. That's also 16 appearances in 38 years, meaning the Cats make it past the first weekend about 42 percent of the time. Take a peek at the history of Arizona in the Sweet 16 in our slideshow.