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Injury hurts Arizona's Final Four hopes

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07:32 AM ET 02.03 | Despite a loss to Cal, previously unbeaten Arizona's body of work has Sean Miller's team positioned well. So rest assured, Arizona fans, your seeding will be fine. But your chances of reaching the National Championship Game -- or even the Final Four -- took a big hit Saturday as well. Sophomore forward Brandon Ashley played just two minutes and left the game with an apparent foot injury after landing badly on a jump in the first half. "It's a foot injury. It looks to be broken," Miller told reporters. ... [The injury] is significant because Ashley has become one of the Wildcats' most versatile players, giving Miller flexibility with bigger and smaller lineups. He had also been playing extremely well in recent weeks, particularly on the offensive end.

The Arizona Republic

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February 3, 2014  07:58 AM ET

Another Deja Vu. Slow NCAA news day evidently.

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February 3, 2014  11:43 AM ET

certainly doesn't help

February 4, 2014  10:36 AM ET

Go Bears!

February 4, 2014  10:37 AM ET
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Sean Millers father John is really coaching this Arizona Team and is the brains behind the Arizona success.

Fun fact? What's your point?

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February 4, 2014  11:49 AM ET

Yeah, but does it matter?

February 4, 2014  01:03 PM ET

Not even a fact..

 
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