A quick look at how teams in the league (in projected order of finish from Pac-12 media day in October) have fared, thus far:

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ARIZONA WILDCATS (13-0)

The Wildcats have held the No. 1 spot in the AP Top 25 for the past four weeks. Best win: No. 6 Duke 72-66; Worst loss: None; Scoring leader: Junior guard Nick Johnson, 16.0 ppg; Rebounding leader: Freshman forward Aaron Gordon, 7.6 rpg; Assists leader: Junior guard T.J. McConnell, 6.5 apg.

UCLA BRUINS (11-2)

Former New Mexico coach Steve Alford is in his first season at the helm of the Bruins. Best win: Alabama, 75-67; Worst loss: Missouri, 80-71; Scoring leader: Sophomore guard Jordan Adams, 18.5 ppg; Rebounding leader: Sophomore guard/forward Kyle Anderson, 8.7 rpg; Assists leader: Sophomore guard/forward Kyle Anderson, 6.7 apg.

COLORADO BUFFALOES (11-2)

The No. 20 Buffs have been ranked for four straight weeks, their longest stretch since 1997. Best win: No. 6 Kansas, 75-72; Worst loss: No. 25 Baylor, 72-60; Scoring leader: Junior guard Spencer Dinwiddie, 15.8 ppg; Rebounding leader: Sophomore forward Josh Scott, 9.2 rpg; Assists leader: Junior guard Spencer Dinwiddie, 3.8 apg.

OREGON DUCKS (12-0)

The 10th-ranked Ducks lead the nation with 90.8 points per game. Best win: Georgetown, 82-75; Worst loss: None; Scoring leader: Junior guard Joseph Young, 20.2 ppg; Rebounding leader: Senior forward Mike Moser, 7.4 rpg; Assists leader: Senior guard Johnathan Loyd, 6.7 apg.

CALIFORNIA GOLDEN BEARS (9-4)

Cal coach Mike Montgomery has the fourth-most conference wins in Pac-12 history with 272. Best win: Arkansas, 85-77; Worst loss: UCSB, 72-65; Scoring leader: Senior guard Justin Cobbs, 14.2 ppg; Rebounding leader: Senior forward Richard Solomon, 10.3 rpg; Assists leader: Senior guard Justin Cobbs, 6.0 apg.

STANFORD CARDINAL (9-3)

The Cardinal did a lot of traveling in nonconference play, covering 14,591 miles. Best win: No. 10 Connecticut, 53-51; Worst loss: BYU, 112-103; Scoring leader: Junior guard Chasson Randle, 18.7 ppg; Rebounding leader: Senior forward Josh Huestis, 8.2 rpg; Assists leader: Senior forward Dwight Powell, 4.2 apg.

ARIZONA STATE SUN DEVILS (11-2)

The Sun Devils won 11 nonconference games for the second consecutive season. Best win: No. 25 Marquette, 79-77; Worst loss: Miami, 60-57; Scoring leader: Sophomore guard Jahii Carson, 19.3 ppg; Rebounding leader: Senior center Jordan Bachynski, 9.8 rpg; Assists leader: Sophomore guard Jahii Carson, 5.4 apg.

WASHINGTON HUSKIES (8-5)

The Huskies lead the Pac-12 in free-throw shooting, connecting on 77.4 percent of their attempts. Best win: Tulane, 73-62; Worst loss: Boston College, 89-78; Scoring leader: Senior guard C.J. Wilcox, 20.5 ppg; Rebounding leader: Senior forward Perris Blackwell, 7.3 rpg; Assists leader: Freshman guard Nigel Williams-Goss, 4.4 apg.

UTAH UTES (11-1)

The Utes are off to their best start since going 18-0 in 1997-98. They reached the NCAA championship game that season. Best win: BYU, 81-64; Worst loss: Boise State, 69-67; Scoring leader: Sophomore forward Jordan Loveridge, 17.3 ppg; Rebounding leader: Sophomore forward Jordan Loveridge, 9.4 rpg; Assists leader: Junior guard Delon Wright, 5.9 apg.

OREGON STATE BEAVERS (8-4)

U.S. President Barack Obama’s brother-in-law Craig Robinson is 86-93 as head coach of the Beavers. Best win: Maryland, 90-83; Worst loss: Coppin State, 78-73; Scoring leader: Senior guard Roberto Nelson, 21.4 ppg; Rebounding leader: Senior forward Devon Collier, 8.0 rpg; Assists leader: Senior guard Roberto Nelson, 4.1 apg.

USC TROJANS (9-4)

After guiding 15th-seeded Florida Gulf Coast to the Sweet 16 in last year’s NCAA tourney, Andy Enfield is now coaching the Trojans. Best win: Xavier, 84-78; Worst loss: Long Beach State, 72-71; Scoring leader: Junior guard Byron Wesley, 17.0 ppg; Rebounding leader: Junior guard Byron Wesley, 7.2 rpg; Assists leader: Senior guard Pe’Shon Howard, 4.4 apg.

WASHINGTON STATE COUGARS (7-5)

The Cougars lost nine straight Pac-12 games before defeating UCLA and USC at home last March. Best win: Purdue, 69-54; Worst loss: Saint Joseph’s, 72-67; Scoring leader: Junior guard DaVonte Lacy, 18.9 ppg; Rebounding leader: Senior forward D.J. Shelton, 8.1 rpg; Assists leader: Junior guard Royce Woolridge, 2.5 apg.