Can Josh Huestis finish off a perfect week after knocking off the previously unbeaten Oregon Ducks at Maples Pavilion 76-52 on Wednesday? They host Oregon State on Sunday. Photo Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Pac-12 Basketball What to Watch Weekend of Feb. 2

What a mid-week of PAC-12 men’s basketball action! Oregon’s no longer unbeaten while UCLA lost to cross-town rival USC and Arizona had to comeback in Seattle against Washington. Here are your six things to watch this weekend.

 (Saturday games):
1 Colorado heads to Salt Lake City to face Utah at 11:30 am on FSN. Both teams didn’t have a midweek game due to the schedule primarily having “rivalry” games.

2 Wednesday night the Ducks suffered its first conference loss of the season at Maples against Stanford, they’ll get a chance to bounce back at Cal. Game time is set for 1:30 pm on FSN/ROOT.

3 Look whose quietly sneaking up the standings? Arizona State has emerged to second place after surviving at the Pulluz Thursday. The Sun Devils head face Washington at 6 pm on ESPNU.

4 How much do the Wildcats have left in the tank this weekend after a tough road test against the Huskies? We’ll find out at 7 pm on the PAC-12 Network when they face Washington State.

5 Oregon State couldn’t hold onto its lead at California and will travel to Palo Alto in which they’ll see Stanford who took apart Oregon. This game can be viewed at noon on the PAC-12 Network.

Weekend look at the Conference Standings following the mid-week:
6 Here’s how the standings currently look – Oregon (18-3, 7-1), Arizona (18-2, 6-2), Arizona State (17-4, 5-2), UCLA (16-6, 6-3), Colorado (14-6, 4-4), Stanford (14-8, 4-4), California (12-8, 4-4), Washington (12-9, 4-4), Southern California (9-13, 4-5), Washington State (11-10, 2-6), Oregon State (11-10, 1-7), Utah (9-11, 1-7)

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