Pac-12 basketball power rankings: Week 13

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Justin Cobbs

Feb 1, 2014; Berkeley, CA, USA; California Golden Bears guard Justin Cobbs (1) shoots the game winning shot against Arizona Wildcats center Kaleb Tarczewski (35) during the second half at Haas Pavilion. The California Golden Bears defeated the Arizona Wildcats 60-58. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Saturday saw a crazy night of Pac-12 basketball as the No. 1 team in the nation and the previously undefeated Arizona Wildcats lost at the buzzer to the California Golden Bears one game after the ‘Cats managed to survive an upset bid against the Stanford Cardinal on Wednesday.

Let us take a look aback at the week that was in the Pac-12 that led to the upset on Saturday night.

There were no conference games on Monday or Tuesday, but Wednesday saw the near-upset as Arizona squeaked past Stanford 60-57 and the Arizona State Sun Devils got past the Cal Bears 89-78.

Thursday featured two games that went down to the wire as the UCLA Bruins got past the Oregon Ducks by two and the Oregon State Beavers eked out a one-point win over the USC Trojans.

Saturday’s winners included Stanford over Arizona State, Oregon over USC and of course the aforementioned Bears handing Arizona their first loss of the year.

Sunday’s lone conference game saw UCLA fall by four to Oregon State.

Here is this week’s Pac-12 basketball power rankings. Sound off in the comments section if you you think a team is ranked higher or lower than they should be this week.

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