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College Basketball: Tribune Power Rankings

Published February 26, 2013 3:34 pm
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1. Gonzaga (27-2)

Zags moved up to No. 2 in both polls, are first top-two team from a nonpower conference since Memphis in 2007-08

2. Arizona (23-4)

Wildcats have won three straight games, moved into tie for first place in Pac-12 with inconsistent Oregon

3. New Mexico (23-4)

Impressive 91-82 win over Colorado State in Fort Collins put Lobos in position to win Mountain West Conference regular-season title

4. Saint Mary's (24-5)

Big home wins over BYU and Creighton move Gaels to No. 23 in coaches poll, makes them close to a lock for NCAA Tournament

5. Colorado State (21-6)

Tough week for Rams with losses to UNLV and New Mexico, but still in great shape to claim second place in MWC

6. Oregon (22-6)

Managed to score just 46 points at home in a loss to California, but still in tie for league lead in mediocre Pac-12

7. San Diego State (20-7)

Big test Wednesday night at The Pit against No. 14 New Mexico after Aztecs corralled Lobos 55-34 last month at Viejas

8. UCLA (20-7)

Nice revenge win over USC last week, but the Arizona schools visit Pauley Pavilion this week to test newfound momentum

9. UNLV (21-7)

Anthony Marshall has regained his confidence, so Rebels should be able to win out with Nevada, Boise State and Fresno State up next

10. California (18-9)

Don't look now, but Bears have won five straight, including big win last week at No. 23 Oregon

Jay Drew




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