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February 24, 2009 at 6:45 PM

Tuesday night links — Lunardi says UW could get a three if all goes well

Among the interesting items out there tonight is this interview from Buster Sports with ESPN Bracketologist Joe Lunardi.
In it, Lundardi says that if UW ran the table and won the Pac-10 Conference Tournament it could get as high as a No. 3 seed. He said the low end for the Huskies is probably a seven. He also said it’s “60-40” that UW ends up in Portland as opposed to Boise. He also questions the overall strength of the Pac-10 and says that will impact seeding this year.
In other news. …
— Oregon State coach Craig Robinson, when asked to pick someone other than himself as Pac-10 Coach of the Year, said he’d vote for UW’s Lorenzo Romar.
— Everything you might ever want to know about Arizona State is here in the official team notes from the school. Included is a note about ASU’s James Harden and Brandon Roy being two of the five players since the 1996-97 season to average 20 points, five rebounds and four assists per game and shoot better than 50 percent from the floor.
— The Arizona Republic has UW No. 1, ASU No. 2 in its weekly power ratings. (I’ll get mine out later tonight or tomorrow).
All for now.

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