Arizona’s success in the second round of the NCAA Tournament is remarkable. Since the expansion to 64 teams the Wildcats are 17-3 in the round of 32. More impressive is the fact that they have won 13 of those games by double figures, with a 14 coming by nine points. Of the four games decided by double figures, just two were decided by two possessions or less. In fact, adding the 2006 loss to Villanova, just three of 20 games were decided by four points or less. Not only Arizona’s best second round game, but arguably one of the 10 best NCAA games of all time. This one had a little of everything, drama, controversy and big play after big play. Luke Walton hit the eventual game winner when he scored down low and Arizona had a chance to ice the game, but a controversial no-call/turnover gave Gonzaga one last chance. Tony Skinner, who sent the game into overtime, missed a corner three but Blake Stepp grabbed the offensive rebound but missed the potential game winner as time expired. All five Arizona starters scored in double figures, led by 22 apiece from Jason Gardner and Channing Frye. Gonzaga was led by 25 from both Skinner and Stepp. If not for the Gonzaga game, for the second s...