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Sonoran Hot Reads: Salim Stoudamire to be inducted into Pac-12 Hall of Honor

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Congrats to Salim

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Each year at the Pac-12 Tournament, the conference inducts one player from each school into the Pac-12 Hall of Honor. This year's representative for the Arizona Wildcats will be Salim Stoudamire. The most prolific three-point shooter in school history still holds the program records for most threes in a game (9), season (120) and career (342). Stoudamire is already in the Arizona Ring of Honor for his All-American selection in the 2004-05 season, where he was also named the Most Outstanding Player of the Pac-10 Tournament. Congrats to Salim, and looking forward to seeing him in Las Vegas in March.

- Arizona plays Cal on Saturday, and the Golden Bears will be without Tyrone Wallace, as he has a broken hand

- We gave our predictions on how the road trip would turn out before this news went down

- Our much-anticipated weekly power rankings will drop later on Wednesday. For now, here's how the ASU writers at House of Sparky ranked the conference

- With the Kobi Simmons commitment, Arizona's recruiting class jumped up to 29th overall, and 3rd in the Pac-12

Football

- Not sure I have this right, but the SEC made ALL THE MONEY

- Khalil Tate was honored as a postseason All-American by Scout

- The school officially announced the hiring of Marcel Yates. Gabe broke down some of the defensive numbers Boise State put up under him, and we'll have plenty more in the coming days on the Wildcats' new defensive coordinator

Arizona might be battling Oregon for former Stanford commit Chacho Ulloa. We had more news on the recruiting front as signing day looms two weeks away

Other sports

- Swimming and diving also travels to Cal and Stanford this weekend

Tucson news

- New police chief Christopher Magnus started on Tuesday

- Rillito will have horse racing for at least two more seasons