Stanley Johnson scored all 18 of his points in the second half, T.J. McConnell added 16 points in a rare display of offensive aggression and No. 10 Arizona rolled over No. 8 Utah, 69-51, on Saturday.
Arizona (16-2, 4-1 Pac-12) came out shaky at both ends in the Pac-12's first game between top-10 teams in nearly seven years. The Wildcats rallied behind McConnell, the pass-first point guard who created his own shots while still setting up his teammates.
Johnson took over in the second half and the Wildcats shot 49% against one of the nation's toughest defensive teams to win their 32nd straight home game.
The Wildcats also outworked the Pac-12's best rebounding team,...