By Jon Wilner | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: January 19, 2019 at 11:33 pm | UPDATED: January 19, 2019 at 11:34 pm Insta-reaction to Pac-12 developments on and off the field (and court) … 1. A two-team race … or not. Weekend sweeps pushed Washington and Arizona clear of the competition, with the Huskies (5-0) holding a half-game lead over the Wildcats (5-1) and everyone else owning at least two losses. We’re not quite ready to pronounce the Dawgs and Cats as the teams to beat, however. That moment could come soon — this time next week, perhaps — but it feels a tad early: * Washington’s five victories are against Utah (2-2), Stanford (2-4), Colorado (1-3), Washington State (1-4) and Cal (0-6). * Arizona has played four of six at home, and the road trip included a stop in Berkeley to face the worst team in the conference. Neither the Huskies or Wildcats, in other words, has been tested to a significant extent. That changes next week, with UW heading to Oregon and Arizona visiting Los Angeles. If either team emerges with a sweep, the conference race will have gained a heap of clarity. 2. Arizona… Read full this story
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