All three of the Pac-12’s ranked teams held serve in the latest AP Top 25 poll.

UCLA rose up two spots to No. 7 after road wins over Utah and Colorado. USC moved up one spot, from No. 16 to 15, as it rebounded nicely from its first two losses of the season the week prior. And Arizona held steady at No. 3 thanks to blowout wins over Stanford and Cal.

Arizona got one first-place vote this week after none the week prior. Gonzaga and Auburn, previously first and second in the rankings, flip-flopped this week. The Cats are right there, should one of those teams stumble, and they might be playing some of their best ball of the season. It has won each of its last five games by an average of nearly 22 points a night, setting up the biggest game of the Pac-12 season so far on Tuesday night.

The Bruins will host the Wildcats on Jan. 25, with tip-off set for 8 p.m. PT on ESPN.

UCLA swept through its mountain road trip last week and has now won three in a row after the upset to Oregon on Jan. 13. The margins haven’t been anywhere near Arizona’s, but UCLA has gotten standout play from guard Johnny Juzang and will welcome fans back to the Pauley Pavillion for Tuesday night’s game. There should be plenty of juice.

As for USC, the Trojans beat Colorado last week for the first time in seven tries and followed that up with a 12-point win over Utah. The defense has rebounded nicely. USC has games against Arizona State (Jan. 24), Stanford (Jan. 27), and Cal (Jan. 29) this week.

Oregon (12-6, 5-2 Pac-12) is still in the “receiving votes” portion of the poll. The Ducks had 15 points a week ago and 19 this week, though still equivalent to No. 32 in the rankings. The Ducks played just one game last week, a blowout victory over Washington. UO’s game against Washington State, slated for Jan. 20, was postponed. They play twice at home this week, with games against Colorado (Jan. 25) and Oregon State (Jan. 25) on tap.

Here’s the full ranking:

  1. Auburn (18-1)
  2. Gonzaga (15-2)
  3. Arizona (16-1, 6-0 Pac-12)
  4. Baylor (17-2)
  5. Kansas (16-2)
  6. Purdue (16-3)
  7. UCLA (13-2, 5-1 Pac-12)
  8. Houston (17-2)
  9. Duke (15-3)
  10. Michigan State (15-3)
  11. Wisconsin (15-3)
  12. Kentucky (15-4)
  13. Texas Tech (15-4)
  14. Villanova (14-5)
  15. USC (16-2, 4-2 Pac-12)
  16. Ohio State (12-4)
  17. Providence (16-2)
  18. Tennessee (13-5)
  19. LSU (15-4)
  20. UConn (13-4)
  21. Xavier (14-4)
  22. Marquette (14-6)
  23. Iowa State (14-5)
  24. Illinois (13-5)
  25. Davidson (16-2)

Receiving Votes: BYU 120, Alabama 77, Texas 61, Colorado State 57, Florida State 50, Loyola Chicago 21, Oregon 19, Wake Forest 12, Murray State 10, Indiana 10, Iowa 8, TCU 6, Miami (FL) 4, Saint Mary’s 3, Boise State 3, Florida 3, Wyoming 2, Seton Hall 1, Iona 1