The latest Associated Press college basketball polls have mixed results for the Pac-12, and Oregon fans in general.
After a 3-0 week, including conference wins against Colorado and Utah, the Ducks jumped up two spots to No. 8 in the Women’s AP Poll.
Next up, the Oregon women are set for a Sunday afternoon (4 p.m.) battle with Oregon State.
Speaking of, Oregon State’s 2-0 week consisted of wins against San Francisco (89-80) and Colorado (70-53). The Beavs jumped into a tie for No. 15 with Indiana.
OSU will play again on Tuesday night against Utah at 6 p.m., then the aforementioned contest with Oregon.
Meanwhile, Oregon’s men went 1-1, which included a loss to Missouri, 83-75. The Ducks did beat Seton Hall after that loss, but it wasn’t enough to save their spot in the Top 25.
Oregon men’s basketball, previously at No. 21, drops out of the Top 25 for the first time since 2018. They spent the entire 2019 season in the Top 25.
The Ducks will be in action on Monday (4 p.m.) against Eastern Washington before opening Pac-12 play on Saturday (5 p.m.) in Seattle against the Huskies.