Arizona has the top spot locked up, while Washington State and USC will play for last place on Thursday night. The rest of it is a jumbled mess, and probably will be until Saturday's games are over.
So, heading into the final week, here are my Pac-12 rankings:
1. Arizona (27-2, 14-2 Pac-12; Last week: 1): Wildcats have clinched the Pac-12 regular season title after two convincing wins against Stanford and Cal last week
2. Utah (19-9, 8-8; Last week: 3): Almost all of Utah's wins have come at home, including last week's whipping of Colorado, but they compete well on the road, too. Utes will be a tough out in the Pac-12 Tournament.
3. UCLA (22-7, 11-5; Last week: 4): Bruins would have been 2-0 last week had Jordan Adams and Kyle Anderson not been suspended for the Oregon game. At full strength, this is a really good basketball team - and easily the second-best in the conference.
4. Oregon (21-8, 9-8; Last week: 8): OK, now maybe it's time to get back on the Ducks' bandwagon. Even though UCLA was undermanned, that was still a good win at Pauley Pavilion. To follow that up with wins over USC and Arizona State was impressive. Oregon has won six in a row and seven of nine, with the only losses being a pair of two-point defeats on the Arizona trip.
6. Stanford (18-10, 9-7; Last week: 2): The Cardinal were on a nice roll until going 0-2 in Arizona. This is still a pretty solid team, though.
7. Colorado (20-9, 9-7; Last week 6): Two big losses in a row have knocked the Buffs down. They've still got a shot at getting into the top four and earning a first-round bye for the conference tourney, though.
8. California (18-11, 9-7; Last week: 5): In the last four games, the Bears are 1-3 with the only win being at home against last-place USC. In the other three, they lost by 20, 28 and 18 points.
9. Washington (16-13, 8-8; Last week: 9): Huskies have won two in a row, but they've come against Oregon State and Washington State.
10. Oregon State (15-13, 7-9; Last week: 10): The Beavers split on the LA trip, but who doesn't these days?
11. Washington State (9-19, 2-14; Last week: 11): The top four teams in the conference get a bye, but the way Washington State and USC are playing, half the conference might feel like the first round is a day off.
12. Southern Cal (10-19, 1-15; Last week: 12): The Trojans have lost 10 in a row, the last four by double digits.