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May 26, 2010 at 3:11 PM

The Sporting News ranks Huskies 25th

More pre-season predictions beginning to roll in, today from The Sporting News.
And TSN has UW rated about as high as anyone could expect, picking the Huskis No. 25 in the country and fourth in the Pac-10
Here’s how TSN sees the Pac-10 with national top 100 rank in parantheses:
Oregon (11),
Oregon State (15),
USC (16),
Washington (25),
Arizona (35),
UCLA (46),
Stanford (51),
California (62),
Arizona State (97),
Washington State (not in top 100).
Of other UW foes this year, TSN has Nebraska No. 7 nationally, BYU 45th and Syracuse 99th.
And here is TSN’s top 10:
1. Alabama
2. Ohio State
3. Boise State
4. Miami
5. Florida
6. TCU
7. Nebraska
8. Wisconsin
9. Texas
10. Oklahoma

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