1. Arizona Wildcats - 12-3
Comparatively, Arizona – sitting atop the conference – has dropped just one Pac-12 game when the team traveled to California and lost 100-82 to Stanford.
A huge notable victory for the Wildcats was over #2 Duke at the beginning of the season. Arizona showed up to Cameron Indoor Stadium and put on a show to disappoint the Blue Devils' crowd.
The two non-conference losses came against #3 Purdue, losing 92-84, and #14 FAU, losing by just 1 point.
Guard Caleb Love, a transfer from the North Carolina Tar Heels, has had some show-stopping games this year. Averaging, 17.7 points per game.
Love has been helped by center Oumar Ballo, who is averaging nearly 13 points and more than 8 rebounds a game, and fellow guard Kylan Boswell, who has 11.1 PPG.
While, nationally, nobody in the Pac-12 should be putting up the strength of schedule argument. Arizona is the only top-10 team and the rest of the conference will only face them a few times in the regular season.
Arizona will face the Ducks in Eugene on January 27th and will host Oregon on March 2nd.