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Husky Men's Basketball

The latest news and analysis on Husky men's hoops.

December 14, 2009 at 12:09 AM

Will the Pac-10 have a team in the polls?

We’ll find out Monday morning how far the Pac-10 has fallen and if the conference will have a team ranked among the top 25 in the Associated Press or USA Today/ESPN coaches poll.
— SI.com writer Seth Davis weighs in and believes the Pac-10 will be shutout this week. Here’s his ballot.
Doug Haller covers Arizona State and the Pac-10 for the Arizona Republic and he excluded the conference in his ballot.
Andy Katz at ESPN.com says the Pac-10 may only get two berths in the NCAA tournament.
Fox Sports piles on.
More bad news:
— The Pac-10 is 0-12 against top 25 teams and 0-18 against top 50 teams, according to Jeff Sagarin’s NCAA basketball ratings.

Finally, some good news:
— Realtime.RPI.com says the Pac-10’s strength of schedule is No. 1 in the nation. The average RPI rank for the Pac-10, however, is ninth behind the Mountain West (seventh) and Conference USA (eighth).
Monday morning links:
Quincy Pondexter moves into the first round of DraftExpress.com’s mock draft. The website has Atlanta taking Pondexter with the No. 24 pick. Charles Garcia, the former UW recruit and Seattle University star, is No. 20 with Minnesota.
NBAdraft.net believes Pondexter is a second-round pick who will go No. 38 to Chicago and Garcia is not listed.
The Bleacher Report says UW’s problems isn’t the front line, it’s on the perimeter. The website also says Abdul Gaddy should start.
— The Oregonian’s Rachel Bachman profiles Beavers coach Craig Robinson before he goes home Wednesday to Chicago for Oregon State’s game at Illinois-Chicago.

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