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February 2, 2009 at 9:50 AM

Huskies sixth in latest Bracketology

Washington is up to No. 6 in the latest Bracktology on ESPN.com, two spots higher than a week ago.
ESPN’s resident bracketologist, Joe Lunardi, has UW as a No. 6 seed playing Utah State in Minneapolis (not my preferred location, by the way, for late March. I’m kind of partial to Miami if it has to be out of the Northwest).
That would be a rematch of UW’s first-round game in the 2006 tournament when the Huskies pretty easily beat the Aggies on the way to the Sweet 16.
Lunardi also has an increased Pac-10 presence with the inclusion of five conference teams — the others are UCLA at 5, USC at 7, Cal at 7 and Arizona State at 8. That seems like a lofty rise for USC from out of the bracket last week to in this week. Also seems pretty high for Cal and ASU considering each was swept over the weekend. But maybe the perception of the Pac-10 is getting a little better.

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