Pac-12 Basketball: Predicting If Each Team Will Be Better or Worse in 2014

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Pac-12 Basketball: Predicting If Each Team Will Be Better or Worse in 2014
Douglas C. Pizac

For Pac-12 basketball, there is plenty of uncertainty for the 2013-14 season.

USC already parted ways with coach Kevin O’Neill in January, and there are a few other jobs in the league that could become available shortly after the conclusion of the season. There has been a lot of speculation about the status of Ben Howland at UCLA, and Herb Sendek can’t feel too comfortable at Arizona State with the Sun Devils looking less likely to make the NCAA tournament.

With that uncertainty, there are also reasons to be optimistic. Sean Miller has restored Arizona to among the elite in college basketball. Tad Boyle has done an excellent job at Colorado. And Dana Altman is starting to get established at Oregon.

Here is a very early look at whether each Pac-12 team will be better or worse in 2014.

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