Power rankings: Pac-12, WCC, MWC men's basketball, edition 7

Published: Thursday, Jan. 30 2014 1:48 p.m. MST

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Since the previous edition of the power rankings, the Wildcats (21-0, 8-0) have beaten Colorado at home by 12, Utah at home by nine in a close game and Stanford on the road by three in another tight one.

Two more close calls for Arizona this season; still no losses. The Wildcats thus remain on top of college basketball and these power rankings.
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Mesa, AZ

Ranking SMC ahead of U/U and ASU ahead of UW, etc., are a few of the obvious illustrations showing this "List" for what it in fact actually is and that's something deliberately constructed to stir controversy, not accurately portray a reasonably full-proof order of ranking best reflecting reality....Well played!

Bristow, United States

In terms of "where is Utah State?" That is only half true for example Marcel is struggling due to better opponents. Yes USU is in a more difficult conference, but we simply are not as good as we used to be. Many of our guys are soft and Stone is not athletic enough. We settle for too
Many outside shots. Shaw drives me crazy when he shoots just inside the arc. I feel like the team from Tai Wesleys senior year would compete to win the MWC this year and would get an 8 or lower seed. On the bright side the young guys are developing well. I'm a big fan of Moore and Kyle Davis.

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