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Published: Thursday, March 27 2014 11:18 p.m. MDT

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azreader1
tucson, AZ

Go Wildcats!

71-39
Alpine, UT

An intense and great game. It would seem there is a lot of parity between the best teams of these 2 conferences, the Mountain West and PAC12... with Arizona just slightly than San Diego State. Their overall records were nearly identical before this game.

With that much parity, it would be difficult to consider one conference any more "prestigious" than the other.

Cletus from Coalville
Coalville, UT

Even though Arizona won us bad by 32 and san diego lost by 6 and weber lost by 9 we are still more prestegous than them because we are in a power confrence and theyr not so logic makes us more than them.

Forward and upward to PAC 10 glory!

2013 Ute Seniors SWEEP byU 4-0
Ogden, UT

The Pac 12 had six teams in the dance and 3 teams in the sweet 16

Does anyone remember the last time the mwc or wcc had half of their conference in the dance and 3 teams in the sweet 16?

Oh that's right, they've never done that.

Big big difference between the Pac 12 and these lesser conferneces

kitsutsuki
South Jordan, Utah

Thats right Utes, pull out those PAC12 banners cause that is all you've got! You are doing a fantastic job bringing up the rear!

Max-was-right
springville, UT

Free pac ten stickers this week...

Christine B. Hedgefog
Salt Lake City, UT

Funny Chris. Of course you wouldn't mention that Utah's only contribution to any of those "prestigious" stats were as a member of the "lesser" conferences - many, many years ago.

DraperUteFan
Draper, UT

Where are all the commentators who said Arizona was a fraud and would be exposed and lose early in the tournament?

Arizona proved that they could out defend one of the best defensive and rebounding teams in the nation in SDSU.

BYU proved offense doesn't win games. Arizone proved that defense does.

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