Arizona Wildcats Basketball Adds Three Games To 2012 Schedule

The Arizona Wildcats are working hard to finalize their schedule for the 2012-13 season. For a team that most have projected for a top-10 ranking at the start of fall practices, Sean Miller and UA have just a few open dates left to fill. Three of those spots were filled on Friday as Arizona announced three games to their schedule, all of which will be played at McKale Center.

According to Bruce Pascoe of the Arizona Daily Star, the Wildcats have added games with Charleston Southern, Long Beach State and Southern Mississippi.

Charleston Southern will kick off the season in Tucson for Arizona, which is scheduled for November 11. Long Beach State, a school that earned a six-seed in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, will face UA on November 19. Southern Miss was a No. 8 seed last March and will be in town December 4.

Arizona also secured two exhibition games with Humboldt State and Chico State. The annual Red-Blue Game will be played on October 21.

Pascoe also mentions that the Wildcats are looking to add two more games to the schedule, both of which will likely be home-and-home series.

For more on UA hoops, check out AZ Desert Swarm.

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