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Wildcat Breakdown: Basketball

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What a performance by the top-ranked Arizona Wildcats in beating #25 Michigan 72-70 in Ann Arbor.

UA moves to 11-0 on the season and looks for the second straight season to take an undefeated record into the start of Pac-12 play on January 2nd.

College basketball analyst Corey Williams (UA '96) joins our David Kelly to breakdown what has been working for the Cats during this early part of the season.

Corey and David get into the play of the big men, how the drag screen is allowing Arizona to effectively initiate their offense, whether T.J. McConnell will need to be able to score off the dribble drive come conference time and where along the schedule the Wildcats don't want to lose a game.

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