Inside the boxscore: Arizona 69, Miami 50

1. Arizona is now 11-0, and according to Ken Pomeroy will be favored in every remaining game. Does this mean they have a good chance to go undefeated? Of course not. Pomeroy currently gives them a 1.4% chance of running the table in the regular season, and has a 4-loss season as the most likely scenario.

2. Freshman Kaleb Tarczewski has yet to score double digit points in his career, but he's quickly developing into one of the best rebounders in the nation, especially on the offensive end. The Wildcats had 13 offensive boards off of 27 missed shots (48% offensive rebounding rate) and Tarczewski had six of those. For the year he's grabbed 15.4% of his team's misses when he's on the floor, which is 27th nationally.

3. Turnovers continue to be an issue for what is otherwise an elite offense. Arizona is 238th in the nation at turning the ball over. Against the Canes they turned it over on 16 of 62 possessions, which is the fourth time they've committed a turnover on at least one quarter of their possessions. When the undefeated streak ends, go to the box score and check to see how many times Arizona gave away possessions.

4. Julian Gamble played his 2nd straight game in place of the injured Reggie Johnson. After a career game on Saturday with 16 points and 13 rebounds, the big man struggled vs Arizona with just 3 points and 3 rebounds. Everyone wanted to see Reggie Johnson vs the young Arizona bigs, but it was not to be.

5. The Hurricanes had just 5 assists on 19 made baskets (26.3% assist rate). It was the 2nd worst assist rate Miami has had since Jim Larranaga became the head coach.