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March 3, 2020 57 min
Pac-12 Networks’ Ashley Adamson and Mary Murphy break down the conference award winners and discuss whether Sabrina Ionescu is the best player in conference history (1:15). Mary opines if she sees any snubs in the all-conference teams (5:28) and what her biggest weekend storyline was after spending it in Eugene (6:30).  Ash and Mary discuss Sabrina's speech on Friday after clinching their 3rd straight regular season title (11:05) and what made Kelly choke up (15:26).  They also relive Cal's big win over Arizona (17:45) and the implications the NCAA Top 16 reveal had for the Beavers and Wildcats (20:35).

Arizona head coach Adia Barnes joins the show and discusses the Wildcats' big win over Stanford (23:21) and the letdown that followed vs Cal (26:06).  She talks about her team's ability to stay hungry (29:32) and the school making a case to host in the NCAA Tournament (31:00). Adia praises the Tucson community (31:50) and talks about how easy it was for her to connect to the fans having gone to school at Arizona (33:40).  The Arizona coach speaks of Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year Aari McDonald's dominance on both ends of the court (35:40) and makes the case for why the standout junior should return for her senior season (38:22).  Adia wraps the interview previewing the Pac-12 women's tournament in Las Vegas, and reveals who could be an x-factor for the Wildcats (43:05).

Mary and Ash break down the notable tournament matchups (47:32) and Mary picks a team that could make some noise (50:02).  They wrap the podcast discussing if anyone can defeat Oregon (50:51) and Stanford's health leading into the weekend (52:04).
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