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Published January 22, 2013 10:41 am
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College Basketball in the West

Tribune Power Rankings

1. Arizona (16-1)

Pulled away in the second half to down fading Arizona State and regain some momentum for UCLA's visit on Thursday.

2. Gonzaga (17-2)

Having suffered heartbreaking loss at No. 9 Butler, Zags turn their attention to BYU, which also knows the feeling of seeing a big win slip away

3. New Mexico (16-2)

Overtime win at Boise State more impressive than most would believe, because Broncos are having a very good season as well

4. Oregon (16-2)

Ducks have won seven straight since that triple-overtime loss to UTEP, outclassed UCLA at Pauley on Saturday

5. Saint Mary's (15-4)

Gaels got a huge win in Provo despite being outplayed most of the game, should reel off a bunch of wins until Feb. 14 showdown with Gonzaga in Moraga

6. UCLA (15-4)

Disappointing Bruins overpowered by Oregon on their home floor, now must travel to Arizona for a game that has lost some of its luster

7. UNLV (15-4)

Rebels had impressive win at No. 15 San Diego State on Wednesday, only to lose to Colorado State at Moby on Saturday

8. Colorado State (15-3)

Rams have won nine of last 10, with only loss in that stretch an overtime setback at San Diego State; Huge game at New Mexico Wednesday

9. Wyoming (15-2)

Cowboys always give San Diego State fits in Laramie, and that happened again Saturday as they walloped Steve Fisher's team by 13

10. Arizona State (14-4)

Devils have lost two straight, but they still look like the Pac-12's fourth-best team after Washington was stunned at home by Utah




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