Arizona took down the Utah Utes in the first game of the trip, but Colorado could be a difficult team to beat, as it upset No. 4 ASU on Thursday.
Here is how you can tune in to the action Saturday.
How to watch
Game time: 12 p.m. MST
TV channel: Pac-12 Network
Live stream: Pac-12.com/live
Announcers: Ted Robinson (play-by-play) Bill Walton (analyst) Cindy Brunson (reporter)
How to listen
Online radio stream: Arizona IMG Radio Network
Satellite Radio: Sirius 126, XM 198
Local radio: 1290 AM and 107.5 FM
Arizona game notes
- UA heads into Saturday afternoon on the heels of its 94-82 win at Utah, which gave the program its ninth consecutive victory. Deandre Ayton scored 24 points and grabbed 14 rebounds in the victory. It was Ayton’s 11th double-double of the season and fifth game of at least 20 points and 10 rebounds. Sophomore Rawle Alkins supported the winning effort with 22 points and seven rebounds of his own.
- Arizona has an all-time record of 3-8 in Boulder, Colo. with a mark of 2-3 since the Buffaloes joined the Conference of Champions. The Wildcats’ three Pac-12 losses inside Coors Event Center are tied for the team’s most at any Pac-12 venue since 2011.
- Senior Parker Jackson-Cartwright turned in one of his best offensive performances of his career in Salt Lake City on Thursday night. PJC’s 19 points were one shy of his career high as he connected on all eight of his free throw attempts. The Los Angeles native scored 13 points in the first half, which eclipsed the highest scoring first half of his career of 12 points versus Boise State as sophomore.
- Arizona boasts a record of 63-22 (.741) in day games since the 2009-10 season. That mark includes six wins in the Wildcats’ last seven games to tip off before 5 p.m. locally.
- After suffering the three-point loss to Colorado inside the Coors Event Center on Feb. 24, 2016, Arizona has won three consecutive games against the Colorado Buffaloes by an average margin of victory of 9.0 points per game. UA has won nine of its last ten games in the head-to-head series going back to the 2013 Pac-12 Tournament.