Pac-12 College Basketball Standings: Washington Sweeps UCLA, USC, All Alone In First Place

The Washington Huskies completed a home sweep of the UCLA Bruins and USC Trojans to take sole possession of first place in the Pac-12 Conference. The Huskies were down 10 points to the Bruins with six minutes remaining on Thursday night, but ended the game on a 16-4 run. Washington has won five straight games.

The top three teams in the conference all hit the road next week, so the standings could be even tighter at the close of play next week.

Pac-12 Conference Basketball Standings
Team Conf. Overall This Week Next Week
Washington 9-2 16-7 2-0 at Oregon, at OSU
California 8-3 18-6 1-1 at USC, at UCLA
Colorado 8-3 17-7 2-0 at Arizona, at ASU
Oregon 7-4 16-6 1-1 Washington, WSU
Arizona 7-4 16-8 2-0 Colorado, Utah
Stanford 6-5 16-7 1-1 at UCLA, at USC
UCLA 6-5 13-10 1-1 Stanford, Cal
Oregon State 5-6 15-8 1-1 WSU, Washington
Washington State 4-7 12-11 1-1 at OSU, at Oregon
Arizona State 3-8 7-16 0-2 Utah, Colorado
Utah 2-9 5-18 0-2 at ASU, at Arizona
USC 1-10 6-18 0-2 Cal, Stanford
Through games of February 4

UCLA and USC host the Bay Area schools in Los Angeles next weekend.

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

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