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2015-16 Schedule
1-5, 7th in SWAC

Preseason bracketology: No. 16 seeds

  • East: Mount St. Mary's Mountaineers/North Carolina Central Eagles
  • West: High Point Panthers
  • South: Chattanooga Mocs/Texas Southern Tigers
  • Midwest: Montana Grizzlies
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Bracketology: No. 16 seeds

  • East: Hampton Pirates / Lehigh Mountain Hawks
  • West: High Point Panthers
  • South: Robert Morris Colonials / Texas Southern Tigers
  • Midwest: North Florida Ospreys
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Arizona 93, Texas Southern 72

Getting outscored 23-9 off the bench doesnt sound great for the Wildcats, but the No. 2 seed still managed a dominating win by 19. Box score


Wildcats all over Texas Southern

No upset brewing here: All five of Arizona's starters have at least 12 points and the Wildcats are dominating Texas Southern late in the second half.


Arizona coming up big in the paint

Arizona had 30 paint points in the first half -- Texas Southern had 33 total points. Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (No. 23) had 10 paint points -- Texas Southern had 12 as a team.

Arizona cruising early

Less than five minutes into the game, Arizona has opened up a 13-2 lead. Don't be too surprised: The Wildcats were 24-point favorites over Texas Southern.

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Texas Southern vs. Arizona, 2:10 p.m.

The last time Arizona was a No. 2 seed, they made it to the NCAA final. The Wildcats hope to build on that this year as they put an 11-game win streak on the line against the No. 15 Tigers.

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258dMyron Medcalf

Medcalf: Who can beat Kentucky?

There are 65 non-Kentucky teams left in the NCAA tournament. Which of them could beat the Wildcats? And how could they do it?

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261dMatthew Catagnus

Bracket Projection: Texas Southern

Joe Lunardi and his team of Bracketologists examine the 2015 NCAA tournament outlook for the Texas Southern Tigers.

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261dEamonn Brennan

Brennan: Looking at all 68 teams in the field

The field is set. Take a first look at the 2015 NCAA tournament college basketball teams. We give a comprehensive look at the full field and provide some answers.

Team Stats

Points Per Game70.0Tied-252nd
Rebounds Per Game33.2Tied-298th
Assists Per Game10.8Tied-308th
Points Allowed83.2316th