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Howland said he wasn't able to turn to the zone defense the way he did in Thursday's victory...

Howland said he wasn't able to turn to the zone defense the way he did in Thursday's victory because the Wildcats presented a different threat and would have exploited that type of defense. "I thought that they're a much better offensive rebounding team than ASU and that really hurt us in the first half," Howland said. "We were man-to-man and still gave up 10 offensive rebounds. The worry is that they're going to hurt you worse on offensive rebounds so that's why we stayed in man."

Howland's explanation on why no zone v. UA (OC Register)
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