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(AP) -- After falling for the second time earlier this month, Arizona understands it might not be able to afford many more setbacks if it hopes to reach its goal of securing a top seed in the NCAA tournament for the second straight season.
The sixth-ranked Wildcats haven't stumbled in Tucson in almost two years, and they'll look to extend the nation's second-longest home winning streak to 33 Wednesday night against Oregon.
Arizona (18-2, 6-1 Pac-12) has bounced back with four consecutive victories and moved into a tie with Utah atop the conference since losing for the second time in four games Jan. 11, 58-56 at Oregon State.MORE
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