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February 22, 2013 at 11:28 AM

Pac-12 regular-season title still up for grabs

With 2 1/2 weeks remaining in the regular season, nine teams are still alive in the Pac-12 title race.

Does anyone want to win the conference?

If so, it won’t be easy.

Here’s a look at the conference standings

Arizona ………………… (10-4, 22-4)
Oregon …………………. (10-4, 21-6)
UCLA ……………………. (9-4, 19-7)
Arizona State …………  (9-5, 20-7)
California ………………. (9-5, 17-9)
Colorado ……………….. (8-6, 18-8)
USC ………………………. (7-6, 12-14)
Stanford ………………… (7-7, 16-11)
Washington …………… (6-8, 14-13)
Oregon State ………….. (3-11, 13-14)
Utah ……………………… (3-11, 11-15)
Washington State …… (2-12, 11-16)

AND HERE’S WHAT HAPPENED LAST NIGHT:

— The 23rd-ranked Oregon Ducks had a chance to put some distance between themselves and No. 12 Arizona on Thursday night, but fell 48-46 to California when guard Justin Cobbs hit a game-winning 17-footer with 0.7 seconds remaining. Cobbs told the Mercury News: “I just felt if I got the ball in the right spot, I’d be able to knock it down.” It Oregon’s 11th straight defeat to Cal. Here’s highlights from the game.

— Without injured freshman forward Josh Scott (concussion), Colorado managed to dust off Utah 60-50 for its fourth win in the past five games. The Utes were undone by turnovers.

Josh Huestis scored 20 points to lead Stanford to an 82-72 win at Oregon State. Dwight Powell added 14 points and 11 rebounds for the Cardinal. Beavers coach Craig Robinson told the Gazette-Times: “I’m supremely disappointed in the way it came about because I thought it came down to rebounding and toughness, something we typically do pretty well.”

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