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Arizona Wildcats move up in the polls

The Arizona Wildcats have moved up to third in the AP Top 25 and USA Today Coaches Polls, which were released Monday.

They received four first-place votes in the AP Poll and none in the USA Today.

The team is coming off a road sweep of Utah and Colorado. Wednesday, against the Utes, the Wildcats needed overtime to win by a score of 67-63. But things were much easier Saturday, as Arizona dispatched Colorado 88-61.

The wins improved Arizona’s record to 25-2 (12-2), and they are in the driver’s seat to clinch the Pac-12 title with just four regular season games remaining.

Ahead of Arizona in the polls are number one Florida, who received 47 first-place votes in the AP Poll and Wichita State, which earned 14.

Syracuse, which had been number one but lost a pair of games during the week, fell to fourth in the AP and fifth in the USA Today.