Originally posted on Fox Sports Arizona  |  Last updated 2/3/12
All season it's been a case of which Arizona men's basketball team will show up? And not just in games or in halves, but from possession to possession. It's been that inconsistent. Thursday night it couldn't have been more apparent or dramatic in Arizona's crazy swings. It might also be a night that's remembered as the game where the Wildcats grew up. Arizona played with poise and confidence in defeating California 78-74 in Haas Pavilion, giving the Bears their first home loss this season and first in 17 consecutive home games. "It's huge," said Kyle Fogg in a postgame interview with Fox Sports Net. "They're tied for second and (were) about to be in first place. I think some people might have even given up on us, but we know as a team we are trying to get these wins." Arizona is now 15-8 overall and 6-4 in the Pac-12 Conference. California had a chance to stay in a first-place tie with Washington but instead fell to 7-3 in the conference and 17-6 overall. The victory wasn...
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