WCC Power Rankings, January 21st

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Jan 18, 2014; San Francisco, CA, USA; The San Francisco Dons bench celebrates after guard Avry Holmes (12, not pictured) made a jump shot at the buzzer against the San Diego Toreros at War Memorial Gymnasium. The San Francisco Dons defeated the San Diego Toreros 64-62. Mandatory Credit: Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports

Whether you like it or not, the cream is appearing to rise to the top in the West Coast Conference. Gonzaga, BYU and Saint Mary’s have claimed the top 3 spots in the WCC standings. However, that gap is a lot smaller than it has been in the past.

Both Pepperdine and San Francisco stand at 5-3, just a game back of Saint Mary’s for third place. This season BYU has already lost to Pepperdine and LMU, Saint Mary’s has already lost to Santa Clara and Gonzaga has already lost to Portland. The disparity between the top and the bottom is not as obvious it was in previous years.

So, which team is closest to challenge the big three for one of their spots? Click next and find out.

 

Voters: Josh Horton (Lead Editor), James Pigott (General), James Stapleton (USF), Simon Tryzna (Saint Mary’s), Max Graves (Santa Clara)

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