Pac-12 thoughts

Tonight’s results have brought pondering:

#6 Stanford smashed #15 Arizona State, 61-35.

Increased parity in the game doesn’t mean there still won’t be an azz whoopin or two at times.

#22 Cal rolled by Arizona, 65-49.

Bear junior forward Reshanda Gray is the team’s leading scorer and rebounder, doubling her production from last year. Why hasn’t she been put on some of the “watch lists”? She needs to be there.

Oregon State thumped UCLA, 70-54. The Beavers are 16-9, and coach Scott Rueck continues to build a heckuva program.

Washington downed Colorado, 87-80.

The Huskies are on the rise, and I can’t think of another team in Division I that has fallen farther than the Buffs. They began the season ranked 12th; now they’re 14-10.

USC topped Oregon, 88-78.

USC only broke away the last two minutes of the game – that’s mental toughness.

Oregon coach Paul Westhead better give his apartment manager (he only lives in Eugene a few months of the year) his notice pretty soon.

Washington State dropped Utah, 83-73.

More results:

Princeton beat Brown, 81-70.

Marist went big in their 100-81 win over Quinnipiac.

Delaware defeated Charleston, 85-71.

Full scoreboard.