Feb 9, 2014; Tucson, AZ, USA; Arizona Wildcats center Kaleb Tarczewski (35) guard Nick Johnson (13) and forward Aaron Gordon (11) sit on the bench during the second half against the Oregon State Beavers at McKale Center. Arizona won 76-54. Mandatory Credit: Casey Sapio-USA TODAY Sports

Pac-12 basketball power rankings: Week 14

Last week in the Pac-12 saw Arizona suffer their first loss of the season when California knocked out of the top spot in the Top 25, but this week’s slate of games didn’t feature as many fireworks.

Wednesday saw a double-header with Stanford knocking off Cal 80-69 and Colorado avoiding the upset big from Washington State to escape with a 68-63 win.

Thursday saw Utah knock off Washington 78-69, Arizona avoid the upset bid by Oregon in a 67-65 nail-biter and Arizona State needed overtime to get past Oregon State 82-86.

The weekend saw Oregon’s tough luck continue with another two-point loss as they lost to ASU 74-72, Utah  dominate in an 81-63 win and UCLA handle USC in their 83-73 win.

Sunday saw Arizona cruise past OSU in their 76-54 til and Colorado cruise to a 91-65 win.

Sound off in the comments section with your thoughts on this week’s Pac-12 power rankings.

  1. Arizona Wildcats (23-1, 10-1)
  2. UCLA Bruins (18-5, 7-3)
  3. Arizona State Sun Devils (18-6, 7-4)
  4. Colorado Buffaloes (18-6, 7-4)
  5. Stanford Cardinal (15-7, 6-4)
  6. California Golden Bears (15-8, 6-4)
  7. Washington Huskies (14-10, 5-6)
  8. Oregon State Beavers (13-10, 5-6)
  9. Utah Utes (16-7, 5-6)
  10. Oregon Ducks (15-8, 3-8)
  11. Washington State Cougars (9-14, 2-9)
  12. USC Trojans (10-13, 1-9)

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  • PAC 12 Teams

    Let me get this right! So Utah loses by 2 at Washington early in the PAC 12 season and then defeats Washington (78-69) in the return match. Utah had defeated Oregon State 80-69 in their only meeting this year. All teams have the same conference record (5-6) and yet you have Utah at 9th and Oregon State at 7th in your “Power Rank.” Perhaps you should watch some games in the PAC 12…

    • http://www.rantsports.com/blog/author/patrickschmidt/feed/ Patrick Schmidt

      Because we disagree on the 7th and 9th best teams in the Pac-12 doesn’t mean I don’t watch Pac-12 games? Utah also is horrible on the road and lost to Washington State. We can look at strength of wins, but ignoring bad losses isn’t wise. At the time this was published OSU has just beat UCLA and took ASU to OT. Those are the 2nd and 3rd best teams in the conference.