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Cougars fall to Wildcats, 65-55

PULLMAN – You could hear the relief in the voices of Arizona players and interim coach Kevin O’Neill.
Desperate for a win, Chase Budinger scored 22 points and Jerryd Bayless had all 20 of his points after the half to help Arizona upset No. 17 Washington State on Saturday night.
For a complete story and additional news links visit:
Seattle Times – WSU Men’s Basketball | Arizona knocks off No. 17 Cougars,
or Men’s Basketball | Arizona matchup dooms Cougars,
Spokesman-Review – Arizona sweeps WSU with win in Pullman,
WSU Athletics – Cougars Fall to Wildcats, 65-55,
Tuscon Citizen – Home finale loss disappointing,
(Photos by Robert Hubner, WSU Photo Services)

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