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Washington fifth in Pac-12 hoops media poll

Post by Todd Dybas / The News Tribune on Nov. 1, 2012 at 8:30 am with No Comments »
November 1, 2012 8:31 am

The Huskies have a fight in front of them to get back on top of the Pac-12.

The Pac-12 media poll was released Thursday and defending regular-season champion Washington was picked fifth, though also received two votes to win the conference. Media have correctly picked the conference winner 12 times in 20 tries. Here’s the poll, plus a look at previous polls:

1. Arizona (15) 403

2. UCLA (16) 402

3. California (3) 325

4. Stanford 296

5. Washington (2) 278

6. Colorado 262

7. Oregon 217

8. Oregon State 166

9. USC 163

10. Washington State 111

11. Arizona State 107

12. Utah 78

First place votes in parentheses

 

 

PREVIOUS PAC-12 MEN’S BASKETBALL POLL

 

Year Predicted Winner Actual Finish Actual Winner Predicted Finish

2012-13 UCLA

2011-12 UCLA 5th (tied), Washington 4th

2010-11 Washington 3rd, Arizona 2nd

2009-10 California 1st, California 1st

2008-09 UCLA 2nd, Washington 5th

2007-08 UCLA 1st, UCLA 1st

2006-07 UCLA 1st, UCLA 1st

2005-06 Arizona 4th, (tied) UCLA 3rd

2004-05 Arizona 1st, Arizona 1st

2003-04 Arizona 3rd, Stanford 2nd

2002-03 Arizona 1st, Arizona 1st

2001-02 UCLA 6th, Oregon 6th

2000-01 Arizona 2nd, Stanford 2nd

1999-00 Arizona 1st (tied), Arizona/Stanford 1st/3rd

1998-99 Stanford 1st, Stanford 1st

1997-98 Arizona 1st, Arizona 1st

1996-97 UCLA 1st, UCLA 1st

1995-96 UCLA 1st, UCLA 1st

1994-95 UCLA 1st, UCLA 1st

1993-94 California 2nd (tied), Arizona 3rd

1992-93 Arizona 1st, Arizona 1st

*1991-92 Arizona 3rd, UCLA 2nd

*1990-91 Arizona 1st, Arizona 1st

*1989-90 Arizona 1st (tied), Arizona/Oregon State 1st/3rd

* – The Pac-12 polls were decided in a vote among league coaches (1990-92).

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