The Wildcats and the Panthers will tip-off at 4 p.m. ET/2 p.m. MST on Sunday in Atlanta.
Five players scored in double figures with junior guard Davellyn Whyte leading the way with 17.
In women's basketball action, Arizona and Georgia Southern will tip-off at 5 p.m. ET on Friday, November 11.
Get to know video coordinator Jaamal Rhodes off the court with a quick Q&A...
Jaamal Rhodes is in his fourth season as the University of Arizona women's basketball video coordinator. His duties with the Wildcats include handling all aspects of film exchange and breakdown while also coordinating practice players.
He previously worked for the Warren County (Ga.) School System where he spent time teaching sixth grade math and social studies and coaching basketball at various levels. Under his tutelage as a skill development and high school coach, several of his student-athletes have gone on to play collegiate basketball.
As a player at Augusta State, he was a member of the 2000-01 Peachbelt Conference Championship team. As a freshman at Coastal Georgia C.C., he led the team in assists with 4.9 per contest.
A native of Warrenton, Ga., Rhodes holds a bachelor's degree in marketing from Augusta State University. He and his girlfriend, Erica Scott, have daughters Kam'Ren, JaiDen and Kennedy.