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The Pac-12 has three teams ranked inside the AP preseason Top 25, with No. 6 Arizona ranked the highest. Will the Wildcats live up to their ranking and win the conference title for a fifth time? Where will reigning Pac-12 champions Oregon place? Set your rankings!

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2013-14 Pac-12 basketball teams

Arizona

Arizona

2012-13 overall: 27-8
Pac-12: 12-6

Arizona State

Arizona State

2012-13 overall: 22-13
Pac-12: 9-9

California

California

2012-13 overall: 21-12
Pac-12: 12-6

Colorado

Colorado

2012-13 overall: 21-12
Pac-12: 10-8

Oregon

Oregon

2012-13 overall: 28-9
Pac-12: 12-6

Oregon State

Oregon State

2012-13 overall: 14-18
Pac-12: 4-14

Stanford

Stanford

2012-13 overall: 19-15
Pac-12: 9-9

UCLA

UCLA

2012-13 overall: 25-10
Pac-12: 13-5

USC

USC

2012-13 overall: 14-18
Pac-12: 9-9

Utah

Utah

2012-13 overall: 15-18
Pac-12: 5-13

Washington

Washington

2012-13 overall: 18-16
Pac-12: 9-9

Washington State

Washington State

2012-13 overall: 13-19
Pac-12: 4-14

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SportsNation had a good Tuesday. Newly former USC men's basketball coach Tim Floyd? Not so much. And Floyd's demise is part of why it wasn't a perfect day for voters in the Nation. SportsNation voters correctly predicted series-saving wins for the Magic and Penguins Tuesday night, but their long-term investment in Floyd's future tanked like "Land of the Lost."

A little less than a month ago, when allegations surfaced that Floyd had reportedly played a part in funneling money to a recruit, voters didn't think the hubub would cost the coach. In fact, 60 percent predicted Floyd would be USC's coach to open the 2009-10 season. Oops. Citing his diminished enthusiasm for the job, Floyd exited the stage.

wisdomcow

Tim Floyd = The sacrificial lamb to try and keep the NCAA from going after Carroll and the football program.

-- wisdomcow
mattshaff041

No one has brought up the fact that the potential depletion of his incoming recruits? I hope my Arizona Wildcats will benefit. They have brought on a solid (and ethical) coach that is rebuilding a great program. I suggest the recruits bail out from USC to a NBA factory in AZ.

-- mattshaff041

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