Oregon (18-6) (7-4) NET 25 SoS 15
Vital signs: 6-6 R/N, non-con SoS 19, avg win 107
5-4 vs. Q1, 4-2 vs. Q2
Signature wins: Arizona, N-SHU, @Michigan
Bad losses: N-UNC? @Wazzu
Your standard solid resume of a 4 seed in all likelihood. .500 in Q1-A games. Only real issue is two Q2-B losses. Volume of losses may prevent a run at the 1 line. NET also doesn't suggest a high seed.
Colorado (19-5) (8-3) NET 16 SoS 25
Vital signs: 7-3 R/N, non-con SoS 60, avg win 121
5-2 vs. Q1, 5-3 vs. Q2
Signature wins: N-Dayton, Oregon, Stanford
Bad losses: @UCLA? home to Oregon St?
They're pretty solid up and down the board. 4-0 in neutral site games kind of warp the R/N record above. Juuuuust maybe one too many Q2 losses to be a legit contender for the 2 line right now.
Arizona (16-7) (6-4) NET 11 SoS 6
Vital signs: 5-5 R/N, non-con SoS 13, avg win 126
2-5 vs. Q1, 5-1 vs. Q2
Signature wins: Colorado, @Washington? Illinois?
Bad losses: UCLA, N-St John's
Weird NET. Very high, but the rest of the resume doesn't hold up. They need better signature wins to get a top-4 seed. Very strong SoS numbers, but those numbers are propped up by losses to Gonzaga and Baylor (which is no sin, but still). A very weird team to try and seed correctly.
USC (17-7) (6-5) NET 50 SoS 55
Vital signs: 8-5 R/N, non-con SoS 148, avg win 149
3-6 vs. Q1, 5-0 vs. Q2
Signature wins: N-LSU, Stanford
Bad losses: Temple
Going 3-3 in Q1-B games (0-3 in Q1-A). Not sure that's quite enough, but having only 1 loss outside of Q1 is a big deal, IMO. Middling SoS numbers. This is really a prime bubble resume example.
Stanford (16-7) (5-5) NET 30 SoS 101
Vital signs: 4-5 R/N, non-con SoS 211, avg win 170
2-5 vs. Q1, 2-1 vs. Q2
Signature wins: Oregon, N-Oklahoma, Washington?
Bad losses: @Cal, Oregon St?
Shiny NET, not-so-shiny everything else. 13 Q3-4 games out of 23 so far is a rather ugly mark. They've won juuuust enough quality games to be relevant. Still have a game left apiece with the top 3 in the conference, so this resume will shift in quality dramatically, IMO.
Arizona St (15-8) (6-4) NET 53 SoS 29
Vital signs: 5-6 R/N, non-con SoS 119, avg win 137
3-6 vs. Q1, 4-2 vs. Q2
Signature wins: Arizona, @Washington? @Oregon St?
Bad losses: @Wazzu
Barely get listed because of the NET ranking, SoS numbers, and 1 signature win. Need to get a move on.
Utah (14-9) (5-6) NET 70 SoS 53 - wins over Kentucky and BYU aren't nothing. Also not nothing: 1-6 in true road games, 2 Q3 losses, middling SoS numbers.
Oregon St (14-9) (4-7) NET 68 SoS 142 - their resume is a riddle. Non-con SoS of 335 is a non-starter. 3-0 in Q1-A games (!!!!!!!!!!!!!). 3-9 in Q1-B, Q2, and Q3 games. Sure, what the hell. So if they can actually stumble their way to 18-12 or so, we've got a discussion on our hands.
Washington is 2-8 in conference, with a NET of 54. You figure that one out. I can't.