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Depth already paying off for Wildcats

Depth already paying off for Wildcats

Arizona's rotation continues to be one of the deepest ones in the country. Read on for Sean Miller's thoughts on the rotation as well as how the players are reacting.

It may be early in the season, but Arizona's depth is already showing and should continue to be a weapon throughout the season. A good sign of that depth is the fact that Grant Jerrett has done just fine this season, but Sean Miller made the decision to start Brandon Ashley instead of Jerrett in order to maximize his options. "We started him tonight not because of anything Grant [Jerrett] did...

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