Pac-12 Standings 2012: Washington Huskies Come To Los Angeles In First Place

The California Bears lost Sunday night on the road 70-57 to the Colorado Buffaloes, losing an opportunity to gain the lead in the Pac-12 Conference. The Bears fell a half-game behind the Washington Huskies for the conference lead, and Cal has but one Pac-12 game left, next Sunday night at Stanford.

The Huskies head to Los Angeles, where they essentially have a bye against USC on Thursday before facing the UCLA Bruins on Saturday in what will be an opportunity for Washington to clinch the top seed in the upcoming Pac-12 Conference Basketball Tournament. Here are the standings with one week to play.

Pac-12 Conference Basketball Standings
Team Conf. Overall Next Week
Washington 13-3 20-8 at USC, at UCLA
California 13-4 23-7 at Stanford
Arizona 12-5 21-9 at ASU
Oregon 11-5 20-8 Colorado, Utah
Colorado 11-5 19-9 at Oregon, at OSU
UCLA 9-7 16-13 WSU, Washington
Stanford 9-8 19-10 Cal
Washington State 6-10 14-14 at UCLA, at USC
Oregon State 5-11 15-13 Utah, Colorado
Arizona State 5-12 9-20 Arizona
Utah 3-13 6-22 at OSU, at Oregon
USC 1-15 6-23 Washington, WSU
Through games of February 26

For more news and analysis of UCLA hoops, be sure to read Bruins Nation.

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