1) Arizona (14-2) (Cal, Stan) 2) Utah (12-4) (WSU, UW) 3) Oregon (12-5) (OSU) 4) UCLA (10-7) (USC) 5) Stanford (9-7) (ASU, UA) 6) OSU (8-9) (UO) 7) Cal (7-9) (UA, ASU) 8) ASU (7-9) (Stan, Cal) 9) Colorado (6-10) (UW, WSU) 10) WSU (6-10) (UU, CU) 11) UW (4-12) (CU, UU) 12 USC (3-14) (UCLA) The top 4 seeds are pretty much locked in at this point. There would have to be some unexpected results during the final week to change the order. With that being said, as per usual, 5-10 are in total flux. CU's best possible standing could be 7 I believe (correct me if I am wrong) based on tie breakers. Worst I believe would be 11th, but that would be unlikely because UW would have to beat Utah. Best possible scenario imo would be to either win both of our games and have the rest of the standings shake out to put us at 7 or beat UW and lose to WSU in order to possibly play UU in the 2nd round. Looking past the Pac-12 Tournament though, best case would be to definitely win both of our final games, get to .500 and hopefully grab an NIT bid.