Go figure. Last year Washington wins the Pac-12 regular-season title and misses the NCAA tournament while the conference sends just two teams to the Big Dance due to the league’s horrible non-conference record. This year the Huskies are fighting to finish in the middle of the pack and the Pac-12 is projected to put 5-6 teams…More
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ESPN bracket guru Joe Lunardi believes Washington is one of the top eight teams just outside of the 68-team NCAA tournament at the moment. According to his projections, five Pac-12 teams will make the Big Dance including: No. 2 seed Arizona, No. 4 Oregon, No. 7 UCLA, No. 10 Colorado and No. 12 Arizona State. Lunardi…More
In his latest NCAA tournament projections, Joe Lunardi includes five Pac-12 teams. According to ESPN’s bracket guru, Arizona is a No. 2 seed, Oregon (four), UCLA (six), Colorado (nine) and Arizona (12). Washington is listed in the next four out category, which means Lunardi considers the Huskies the seventh best team not in the tourney. Meanwhile, Andy…More
Where would Washington be if it hadn’t stumbled in home defeats to Albany and Nevada? When you take a look at the Huskies’ schedule, those losses are glaring and could come back to haunt them in March. Washington was 98 in the RPI weeks ago. Following Wednesday’s 64-54 win over Colorado, the Huskies have improved to 51…More
If you look solely at the Pac-12’s RPI rating, then it seems as if the conference has gotten off to a great start. And yet other metrics such as Jeff Sagarin’s ratings draw a different conclusion and rates the Pac-12 fifth in the nation. Ken Pomeroy, who claims to use advanced analysis, also…More