Arizona vs. Santa Clara Online Live Stream, TV Broadcast Info

    Arizona vs. Santa Clara online live stream, TV broadcast information, and predictions. The No. 11 Wildcats take on the Broncos in the 2015 DirectTV Wooden Legacy.

    November 26, 2015

    Everything you need to know about the Arizona vs. Santa Clara online live stream and TV broadcast, as well as game notes and prediction.

    The No. 11 Arizona Wildcats are in Fullerton, Calif. to face the San Diego State Aztecs in the 2015 DirectTV Wooden Legacy.

    Santa Clara enters this matchup at 0-5. Its worst loss on the season was a 55-33 defeat to Denver at home. The Broncos shot just 22.9 percent from the field in that one.

    Arizona is coming from a completely different world at 4-0 so far this season. The Wildcats average 79.5 points per game and have held their opponents to an average of just 59.8 points per game. Arizona has also held the opposition to just 27 percent shooting from three.

    Below is everything you need to know about the game, including the Arizona vs. Santa Clara online live stream, TV broadcast information, game notes and prediction.

    Arizona vs. Santa Clara Online Live Stream, Game Broadcast Information

    • Venue: Titan Gym, Fullerton, Calif.
    • Date: Thursday, November 26
    • Tipoff Time: 11:30 p.m. ET
    • National TV: ESPN2
    • Arizona vs. Santa Clara Online Live Stream: Watch ESPN,  Arizona Radio Live Stream


    Sean Miller might as well bring an ottoman to kick his feet up because this one is going to be as easy as shooting fish in a barrel. The Wildcats defense will be smothering. The Broncos won’t be able to keep up, and Arizona will score in every way imaginable. Miller might dive deep into his bench to get some younger guys experience. This one won’t be close.

    For the score prediction, check out our Arizona vs. Santa Clara game preview

    Game Notes

    • Senior Gabe York has scored in double figures in each of the first four games of the season for the first time in his career. Included in the four-game stretch, York erupted for a career-high 23 points in his team’s win over Boise State. That game, coupled with his 18-point performance versus Northwestern State, gave the California native his highest scoring back-to-back games of his career at 41 points.
    • Sunday’s win over Northwestern State was the 167th win for Sean Miller at Arizona, tying him for third place in program history with Fred Snowden. Coach Miller trials only Lute Olson (589 wins) and Fred Enke (509 wins) for victories in Arizona coaching history.
    • The Broncos, led by ninth-year head coach Kerry Keating, return six
      of their top-eight scorers from a year ago, including junior guard Jared
      Brownridge (15.9 ppg), sophomore forward Matt Hubbard (6.8 ppg) and
      junior forward Nate Kratch (5.2 ppg).
    • Head coach Kerry Keating and his staff are attempting to mesh seven returners with seven newcomers. The first-year players include guards KJ Feagin, Matt Hauser, Werner Nistler and Brendyn Taylor, as well as forwards Henrik Jadersten, Tony Lewis and Bryson Lockley.

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