Morning Meltdown – Arizona Wildcats Edition


For this Morning Meltdown let’s take a look into some of the buzz surrounding the Arizona Wildcats.

Arizona Sports have put together a list of the greatest finishes in Arizona Wildcats history.

"“After the Arizona Wildcats‘ victory over Cal last weekend, the talk quickly turned to this:Was the 36-point fourth quarter, capped by a 47-yard Hail Mary on the final play, the greatest finish in school history, in any sport?We say yes.I put together a list of possibilities, and then four of us affiliated with FOX Sports Arizona — myself, writer Steve Rivera, director of communications and marketing Brett Hansen and on-air talent Todd Walsh — took a vote.Anyway, such a list is always more art than science, and your mileage might vary. But we combed the archives and our memories as best we could to come up our top 12 finishes in Arizona history (Pac-10/12 era only; we’re not that old). The list broke down into six for football, six for basketball, and then we added three more amazing endings that definitely should not be forgotten from other sports.”"

To see the list, click here.

The Arizona men’s golf team finished 11th at the William .H. Tucker Intercollegiate with a total of 905 (+41) Saturday afternoon.

"“Freshman George Cunningham led the way for Arizona with a total of 222 (+6), good for a tie for 25th place. He recorded a three-over 75 in Saturday’s final round.Senior Alex McMahon finished in a tie for 51st (229, +13), while shooting a 77 (+5) in the final round. Freshman Peter Koo finished the weekend tied for 77th place with a total of 236 (+20) and a 78 (+6) on Saturday’s round. Senior Brenden Redfern finished the weekend in a 35th place tie with a 225 (+9) total and a plus-five, 77 in the final round. Freshman Max Donohue rounded out the UA lineup in a tie for 55th with a total of 230 (+14) and a Saturday round of 79 (+7).”"

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