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Pac-12 Men at a glance

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By Scott M. Johnson
Herald Writer
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A look at the Pac-12 men team's and how the standings might look might look when the regular-season games are completed.
Team (Non-conference record)
1. Arizona (12-0)
A national title, not just a Pac-12 title, seems to be in Cats' reach
2. Colorado (10-2)
Won't surprise anyone this year, especially with Andre Roberson back
3. Oregon (10-2)
Despite slow start, E.J. Singler should be among Pac-12's best
4. UCLA (10-3)
Loss of Joshua Smith seems to have sparked Bruins, who still have tons of talent
5. Stanford (9-4)
Possibly the most balanced team in Pac-12, but Cardinal need a healthy Aaron Bright at point
6. Oregon State (10-3)
A good start has cooled Craig Robinson's seat … for now
7. UW (8-5)
C.J. Wilcox can't carry the offense by himself
8. Arizona State (11-2)
The biggest surprise of the non-conference season, but can Sun Devils keep it up?
9. WSU (9-4)
Brock Motum has been as advertised, but he'll need help
10. Cal (8-4)
Having Allen Crabbe back helps, but Bears will miss Jorge Gutierrez
11. USC (5-8)
After disastrous 2011-12, Trojans know it can't get worse
12. Utah (8-4)
Utes look more competitive than they were last year, but their ceiling is still low
All-conference
G/F Allen Crabbe, Cal
G/F Shabazz Muhammad, UCLA
F Brock Motum, WSU
F E.J. Singler, Oregon
F Andre Roberson, Colorado
Newcomer of the year: Mark Lyons, Arizona
Story tags » Huskies Basketball

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