Arizona basketball: Fogg's defense could be key to starting positionPosted: Updated:
TUCSON, Ariz.-- Senior Guard Kyle Fogg took nearly 40,000 jumpers this summer as he gets set for to battle fellow Senior Brendan Lavender and incoming Freshman Nick Johnson at the shooting guard position.
But it's what Kyle did last year at the defensive end of the floor that might earn him the job.
After struggling as a Sophomore in Sean Miller's man-to-man concept, Fogg turned the corner and become a stopper in 10-11.
Kyle's efforts at the defensive end limited such high profile scorers as Wazzu's Klay Thompson, Duke's Nolan Smith and Uconn's Kemba Walker.