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Pac-12, Big Ten start fast

Marquese Chriss

No one should form strong opinions based on early team rankings, but clearly some programs will enter July with far less stress than others.

The Pac-12 had been among the most beleaguered conferences in recent seasons, as traditional powers such as UCLA slumped and the bottom of the league appeared to slide into the abyss. But last season suggested that the situation is improving, as six squads earned berths into the NCAA Tournament with Arizona drawing a No. 1 seed. And now the Pac-12 has amped up its recruiting as well. Among our... Recommended Stories

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