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College Basketball — Tribune Power Rankings

Published February 19, 2013 8:59 pm
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1. Gonzaga (25-2)

Zags up to No. 3 in both polls, could be No. 1 next week when they roll into Provo for rematch with BYU

2. Arizona (21-4)

Not a good week for inconsistent Wildcats: lose at Colorado and struggle to put away a Utah team with three league wins

3. New Mexico(22-4)

Lobos have won five of last six since scoring just 34 points at SDSU; preparing for showdown at Colorado State on Saturday

4. Saint Mary's(22-5)

While BYU was laboring against Utah State on Tuesday night, Gaels were resting comfortably in Moraga, Calif., preparing for Cougs' Thursday visit

5. Colorado State (21-4)

Huge week for streaking Rams, who play at UNLV on Wednesday, then host No. 16 New Mexico on Saturday

6. Oregon (21-5)

Ducks on top of the Pac-12 after three straight wins and should stay there this week with Cal and Stanford visiting Eugene

7. San Diego State (18-7)

Lost a pair of close ones at CSU and UNLV, but should recover this week and will be ready when conference tourney rolls around

8. UCLA (19-7)

Bruins earned an eight-day break with nice win at Stanford and don't have to leave Los Angeles for Sunday's "road" game at USC

9. UNLV (19-7)

Rebels are bracing for visit from No. 22 CSU, have too much talent to be three games back in Mountain West race

10. Arizona State (19-7)

Sun Devils gutted out a big road win in overtime at Colorado after stumbling in Salt Lake City against Utes

Jay Drew




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