The Wildcats had some issues holding onto the ball, but for the most part the running game just kept burying the Trojans. Stoudamire scored in a variety of ways: traditional three on a breakaway with an assist from Chris Rodgers, two pointer and three-pointer on the secondary break. As a result, Arizona exploded to a 27-12 lead, and when Jawann McClellan cut into the passing lane en route to a breakaway dunk, it put the cap on a 13-0 UA run.
Gabe Pruitt and Nick Young kept USC in the hunt, and helped to trim the margin to 10 on three occasions in the first half. Pruitt got Troy to 39-30 with a three at the buzzer after Stoudamire hit a runner with six seconds left for his 14th point.
But the Wildcats took no prisoners in the early stages of the second half, and built a 20-point advantage in the first six minutes, largely by virtue of Hassan Adams' acrobatics. He drove the lane for a pair of athletic reverse lay-ins that helped to set the stage as the UA made nine of its first 12 second-half shots.
USC made the final look respectable with points late.
Stoudamire led all scorers with 26 points on 9-of-14 shooting. Frye made seven-of-nine shots from the field en route to 14 points and seven rebounds.
Arizona improved to 20-4 on the season, 10-2 in Pac-10 play, but the milestone belonged to Lute Olson, who became the second coach in league history to record 300 conference wins. With four more Pac-10 victories, he will tie the legendary John Wooden.
The Wildcats travel to Pauley Pavilion for a date with UCLA Saturday at 6pm.