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February 24, 2011 at 3:22 PM

Pac-10 Picks and Thursday afternoon links

It’s an off night for Washington and Washington State, but the Pac-10 continues to roll on.
Today’s games (all times Pacific).
California at Oregon, 6 p.m.
Stanford at Oregon State, 6 p.m. (FSN NW)
Arizona at USC, 7:30 p.m.
Arizona State at UCLA, 8 p.m. (FSN)
Picks: Oregon, Stanford, Arizona and UCLA
Record: 48-20 (Pac-10), 113-43 (overall)
THURSDAY’S LINKS:
— ESPN bracket guru Joe Lunardi believes Washington is the No. 29 team in the NCAA tournament. According to his calculations, the top 37 are solid picks to make the Big Dance.
Andy Glockner at SI.com writes: “Assuming the Huskies take care of business with their final three league games at home, they’ll probably be fine, but they’re not nearly as safe as most people want to believe.”
— Slam takes a look at the top West Coast incoming freshmen, including soon-to-be Washington Husky Tony Wroten Jr.
— Nice story on Montlake Madness that takes a look at the best available big men choices for Washington.
— The Arizona-USC game is not on TV outside of Phoenix and the Arizona Daily Star offers a few ways the conference can improve its TV package in the future.
— No link, but on its pay site ESPN’s Chad Ford ranks the top 100 draft picks. Isaiah Thomas is 98th, Justin Holiday 99th and Matthew Bryan-Amaning 100th. Other Pac-10 players include: Arizona’s Derrick Williams (4), WSU’s Klay Thompson (35), UCLA’s Tyler Honeycutt (40), UCLA’s Malcolm Lee (68), USC’s Nikola Vucevic (80).

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