The Washington Huskies may lack the resumé of other bubble teams, but a likely regular season championship in the Pac-12 speaks for itself. Combine that with the potential for yet another conference tournament championship, and the Huskies should feel pretty good about their chances at March Madness.
With just one game remaining against UCLA, the Huskies don't have much time to improve their tournament stock. Most projected brackets have the team earning a bid somewhere in the 10-12 range, but we simply do not know how the Selection Committee will reward teams in the Pac-12 after playing in such a weak conference this season.
According to the latest Bracketology update from SB Nation, the Washington Huskies are slated to earn a 10-seed, facing the seven-seed Creighton Blue Jays in the first round. Should the team advance, they would likely face the slumping Ohio St. Buckeyes for a chance to go to the Sweet 16.
Plenty of hoops remain in the next week before Selection Sunday, and the Huskies cannot afford to lose any games they should win. Their resumé simply isn't good enough.
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