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One nightmare was bad enough. Sean Miller hopes he doesn't have another Friday night.
One of the nation's toughest schedules may have helped the Arizona Wildcats win three previous Pac-10 road games and knock off first-place California last week. But on Saturday night in a 78-60 loss at Washington State, only a troubling side effect was visible.
Thanks to Nic Wise, the Wildcats are now guaranteed at least a .500 record and will have a better shot (if they want it) at the NIT at 16-14 overall and 10-8 in the Pac-10.
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