WCC Power Rankings: February 17th

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Feb 13, 2014; Stockton, CA, USA; Pacific Tigers forward Tony Gill (33) and forward Trevin Harris (1) box out Brigham Young Cougars forward Nate Austin (33) during the second half at Alex G. Spanos Center. The Pacific Tigers defeated the Brigham Young Cougars 89-82. Mandatory Credit: Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports

There is really not a whole lot to say. While numbers 2-4 beat up on each, the Gonzaga Bulldogs are running away with the WCC regular season title. However, with a matchup against BYU in Provo on the horizon, the Bulldogs can still shape their NCAA tournament resume, assuming they do not win the WCC tournament and receive the conference automatic bid.

San Francisco and Saint Mary’s also square off this week, and a potential standings shake-up is due.

I will just shut up and let you read our power rankings. Enjoy everyone!

Voters: Josh Horton (Lead Editor), Max Graves (Santa Clara), Simon Tryzna (Saint Mary’s), David Thompson (Portland), James Stapleton (San Francisco), Cam Newton (LMU) and Andrew Perkins (BYU)

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