Since our last WCC power rankings, the conference has looked a little bit more vulnerable. West Coast Conference teams lost to schools such as North Texas, Rice, Illinois State, Northern Iowa, Illinois-Chicago and San Jose State made the conference look more mortal than it did at the start of the season.
Nonetheless, the WCC has been very impressive thus far. Every team but one has a record over .500, and 8 teams have a record .500 or above on the road.
With that being said, here is our second installment of the WCC power rankings for the 2013-2014 season. Will Gonzaga be dethroned of the top spot? Which team made the biggest jump? Biggest drop? Find out by clicking next below.
*Voters among the staff at West Coast Convo: Josh Horton (Editor), Patrick Mahoney (Santa Clara), George Robles (Saint Mary’s), Cam Newton (LMU), James Pigott (General), James Stapleton (USF), Andrew Perkins (BYU), Simon Tryzna (Saint Mary’s)
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