TUCSON, Ariz. -- Jimmer Fredette scored a school-record 49 points as Brigham Young routed Arizona 99-69 on Monday night.
Fredette also set a McKale Center single-game record.
Fredette topped the BYU record of 47 points, set by Bob Skousen against UCLA in 1961.
The McKale Center record was 45 points, by Providence's Eric Murdock on Dec. 23, 1990.
The Cougars (13-1) swept the Pac-10's Arizona schools by a combined 43 points.
Derrick Williams scored 17 points for Arizona (6-6), which has dropped two December home games for the first time since 1983, when the Wildcats opened 1-6 under first-year coach Lute Olson.