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Pac-12 Basketball Wins Of The Week: Cal Over UCLA, Colorado Over Arizona

The biggest Pac-12 wins of the past week were the California Golden Bears beating the UCLA Bruins and the Colorado Buffaloes besting the Arizona Wildcats.

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Which team had the most impressive win last week?

Jack Follman, Pacific Takes: Cal's blowout of UCLA. UCLA definitely has their issues, but they are still a very, very talented team and blowing them out is a major accomplishment.

NorcalNick, California Golden Blogs: ASU deserves credit for surviving Boulder, and Colorado gets credit for knocking off Arizona, but it's hard to say anything other than Cal over UCLA. 47-22 at the half - I still have a hard time believing it.

Matt Takimoto, Addicted to Quack - Cal could have beaten the Sacramento Kings with the way they played against UCLA. As a Duck fan, Wednesday's game against the Golden Bears frightens me.

Anthony Cassino, UW Dawg Pound: Equal marks for Cal over UCLA and Colorado over Arizona. They both won games against superior opponents to keep themselves right in the thick of the race for top seeds heading into the Pac-12 Tournament, and they both did so in impressive fashion.

Adam Butler, Pac Hoops: Cal's win was terrific over UCLA as was Colorado's win over Arizona. On the surface we'll call them a tie but extending into the weekend, Cal went on to win and Colorado did not. If all things are to be judged by their Big Dance ramifications, Cal's win was bigger.

Jon Woods, Ralphie Report: Even though the momentum didn't carry over to the weekend game against Arizona State, it's hard for me not to go with Colorado's win over the Wildcats. This game had SO MUCH hype locally all week long and it got to the point that I became worried that it could be a distraction for the team. But the Buffs came out and looked like the better team in an atmosphere that couldn't be beat. When Tad Boyle's team is playing like that they can beat nearly any one in the country.