Nov 18, 2012; Charleston, SC, USA; Colorado Buffaloes guard Sabatino Chen (23) celebrates after defeating the Murray State Racers 81-74 in the Charleston Classic Championship game at TD Arena. Mandatory Credit: Joshua S. Kelly-US PRESSWIRE

A look at Pac-12 Basketball's National Rankings

How is the Pac-12 doing at a national level so far this season? Their strength of schedule? RPI? Will their non-conference schedules and victories in those games impress the NCAA at the end of the season? There is still a lot of non-conference play to be had, so this is just a preliminary look, but the Pac-12 is not doing so bad to start things off:

National Polls
(AP)
9. Arizona
19. Colorado

(Coaches)
9. Arizona
19. Colorado
24. UCLA

RPI
3. Colorado
16. Oregon
22. California
24. Washington
63. Stanford
71. Oregon State
74. Arizona
101. UCLA
111. USC
116. ASU
160. Utah
201. Washington State

Strength of Schedule
4. Washington
12. Colorado
36. Stanford
40. USC
42. Oregon
101. UCLA
133. Oregon State
135. Utah
162. Cal
216. Washington State
238. ASU
287. Arizona

Pomeroy’s College Basketball Rankings:
18. Arizona
26. UCLA
36. California
44. Stanford
61. Colorado
62. Oregon State
64. Oregon
80. Washington
104. Washington State
149. Southern California
169. Arizona State
267. Utah

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