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March 7, 2010 at 9:02 AM

Video: Highlights of UW’s win over Oregon State

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According to ESPN’s bracket expert Joe Lunardi, the Huskies still have some work to do if they want to get into the NCAA tournament.
On a subscriber site, Lunardi lists UW among 11 teams that are currently out of the 65-team field. The other teams are Arizona State, Rhode Island, Dayton, Mississippi State, Mississippi, Seton Hall, Wichita State, Minnesota, South Florida, and Connecticut.
Among his last four in, he has Saint Mary’s, Memphis, San Diego State and UAB.
Here’s a few more links to sites devoted to figuring out the bracket.
AROUND THE PAC-10:
— The big news of the day is the apparent firing of Oregon coach Ernie Kent, but then I guess it’s probably not a shocker seeing as how he was on the hot seat and the Ducks finished ninth in the conference. The report is still not confirmed and it’s unclear if Kent will coach Wednesday in the Pac-10 Tournament.
— This is how Washington’s 82-70 victory over Oregon State was viewed in the Oregonian and the Register-Guard.
— The Beavers say they have to make “major adjustments” for Thursday’s rematch with the Huskies.
— Another British import is playing well at center done the stretch. Arizona State is receiving a big lift from senior Eric Boateng who led the Sun Devils 56-46 win over UCLA.
— California won the outright Pac-10 title, but the bigger news is Jorge Gutierrez suffered a sprained ankle and did not play in the second half.
— Perhaps it’s fitting Cal’s 71-61 win at Stanford was against the Cardinal on their home court. Bears coach Mike Montgomery’s coached there for 18 years.
— It’s tough times in Pullman. The Cougars finish last in the conference after losing in Oregon. In fact, they are the anti-Huskies. While UW has won 9 of its last 11, WSU has lost 9 of its last 11.
More later.

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