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February 13, 2012 at 4:04 PM

Joe Lunardi: UW among first four out

Following a 1-1 split in the Willamette Valley last week, ESPN guru Joe Lunardi tossed Washington out of his NCAA tournament bracket and lumped the Huskies in the First Four Out category along with Xavier, Belmont and Northwestern.
If the Selection Committee were picking the 68-team field today, Lunardi projects California would receive a No. 9 seed in the Midwest region and Arizona would draw a No. 11 seed in the East.
Oregon drew consideration from Lunardi and fell in the Next Four Out category.


MONDAY AFTERNOON LINKS:
— Washington analyst Jason Hamilton talked to KJR AM this morning (below).
— Arizona visits Seattle on Saturday for a big showdown with Washington and it appears as if the Wildcats have learned how to win on the road.
— Oregon has a big game Thursday at California. Ducks coach Dana Altman said: “We’ll have to win that game. Otherwise we’ll be two down with four to play and your chances (of winning the title) go way down.”
— Utah is still losing games, but the Utes are happy with their recent effort.
— ESPN’s Eamonn Brennan dropped Washington from No. 1 to third in his weekly Pac-12 Power Rankings.
Jeff Taylor at Husky Haul gives a nice breakdown on Pac-12 postseason projections.
— The Pac-12 began construction in downtown San Francisco today on the Pac-12 studios.

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