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Sonoran Hot Reads: Sean Miller talks weight loss, Arizona's chances and more

Hear from the man himself about what the rest of the season brings

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Sean Miller made an appearance on Jon Rothstein's podcast, and talked about almost everything you could think about or want to hear about from Arizona's head coach. He literally touched on everything from this past weekend, to the winning streak before it, to the Oregon loss, and even the injuries early in the year and the recent illnesses. Give it a listen, as it is very enlightening. Miller's segment starts a few minutes into the 33 minute episode

- Anthony Gimino also touched on many subjects in his news roundup, starting with Kaleb Tarczewski and ending with Gronk

- The Cats are 18th in ESPN's national power rankings, dropping eight spots from last week

- Our roundtable this week focused on tournament expectations, and how Arizona will fare when the field is set in a couple weeks

- We will put our power rankings later on Wednesday, but they look nothing like this


- Arizona's linebackers are in "good shape" heading into the 2016 season

- The 2012 New Mexico Bowl is the 19th most iconic game in the Pac-12 in the last decade apparently

- We were talking about recruiting visits and stuff, and then Arizona got a commit from one of the best athletes in the country, Greg Johnson


- I've got a lot of baseball notes for you heading into Arizona's home opener against Cal State Fullerton on Wednesday, including Alfonso Rivas being named Pac-12 Player of the Week

- The Wildcats also lost to the Diamondbacks in a seven-inning exhibition on Tuesday

Other sports

- The 9th-ranked sand volleyball team officially starts their season on Thursday against new program Colorado Mesa

- Men's golf finished their tournament 7th out of 14

- Niya Butts will not be returning as the women's basketball coach

Tucson news

- Are Tucson's hospitals good at controlling outbreaks? Maybe....

- There was a possible threat made against CDO

- Billing by power companies may take a new approach