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Pac-12 Tournament: Arizona Wildcats Guard Kyle Fogg Sets School Record For Games Played

This is pretty cool: for all of the incredibly talented players to play basketball for the Arizona Wildcats over the years, no player can say they have played more games than senior guard Kyle Fogg. While making the start on Friday night in the semifinals of the Pac-12 Tournament, Fogg recorded his 137th appearance, which is now the all-time record for the UA.

We have a few more details after the jump...

Fogg led the Wildcats with 13.5 points-per-game in 2011-2012 and was named to both the All-Conference and All-Defense teams for the Pac-12. He served as a team captain the last two years in Tucson and has continually drawn the praise of head coach Sean Miller for his team-first approach both on and off the court. There are few seniors in the nation who have meant more to their respective programs in the last four years than Fogg.

The Wildcats are currently taking on the Oregon St. Beavers in the semifinals of the Pac-12 tournament.

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