Lute Olson always kept Arizona's schedule challenging and it seems Sean Miller will be no different.
This season Arizona will play Kansas in Las Vegas, home against San Diego State and Oklahoma, against BYU in Utah, and on the road against North Carolina State.
In other words, Arizona is going to be competing with numerous teams that are expected to be in contention for a tournament spot.
It won't end next season either, as the UA has signed on for the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic in which it has a good chance to face Michigan State.
In addition, Arizona has signed on to play Florida in two seasons as well.
Something that Olson prided the program on was the fact that Arizona went out and played the best.
Even in the years that it did not have a great record, the Wildcats were able to make the tournament due to the fact that there were not many, if any, harder schedules in the country.
Sean Miller is taking the same approach and it should get him plenty of respect nationally, as well as put the UA in a good spot for the post season.
UA keeping scheduling difficult
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