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Two of the top teams out west are putting together a home-and-home series per reports
Two of the premier programs out west are looking to lock in a deal for a home-and-home series per the folks at Point Guard U:
Arizona is finalizing a future home-and-home with Gonzaga.— Point Guard U (@UofAPointGuardU) December 13, 2012
The two programs have an exciting, yet brief, history as the Wildcats are 3-1 vs. the Zags in a series which began in 2000. Gonzaga does have the most recent win as the two teams locked up in last year's Battle In Seattle which saw the Bulldogs win by a score of 71-60. Their most notable matchup was the 2003 NCAA Tournament. The ninth seeded Zags took the one-seed Wildcats to two overtimes before falling when a Blake Stepp floater rimmed out as time expired.
Under Head Coach Sean Miller, the 'Cats have once again established themselves as one of the top programs out west. He's recruiting as well as anyone and his club is currently #8 in the country and unbeaten.
Further details are still unknown at this point but the fact that Point Guard U phrases it as a home-and-home means that the staff may have secured another big-time visitor at The Kennel.