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December 7, 2009 at 1:10 PM

Poll question: How many Pac-10 teams will dance in March?

Sure it’s early, but in light of last night’s bowl pairings [the Pac-10 sent seven teams to bowls] thought it would be interesting to get a gauge on how folks think the conference will fair when the NCAA selection committee convenes in the spring.
So far, the Pac-10 has a 42-30 non-conference record and it’s average RPI rank is eighth in the nation. Only Washington (17th in AP, 16th in ESPN/USA Today) is ranked in the polls.
The Pac-10 has sent six teams, which is a conference high, to the NCAA tournament in each of the past three years. Since the tournament expanded to 65 teams in 2003-04, the conference has sent no fewer than three teams in a year.

Seven Pac-10 teams are going bowling, but how many will dance in the NCAA tournament?(polls)

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