With two weeks left until Selection Sunday, the Oregon Ducks seem to be on a crash course for the no longer undefeated Gonzaga Bulldogs.
Here is how the experts project the Ducks, Zags and other teams from the Pac-12 will land for March Madness:
Record: 26-4 overall, 15-2 Pac-12 (1st place)
Last week: Won at Cal and Stanford.
Projections: The Ducks are a two-seed at ESPN and CBS, with ESPN placing the Ducks at the No. 2 spot in Gonzaga's West Region, playing CSU Bakersfield in Sacramento. CBS has the same particulars, except for the Ducks are playing Oakland.
Record: 26-4, 15-2 Pac-12 (2nd place)
Last week: Beat USC and lost to UCLA at home.
Projections: Arizona dropped to a three-seed at ESPN playing Winthrop in Salt Lake City in the Midwest, while the Wildcats are a two in the Midwest at CBS, playing South Dakota in SLC.
Record: 26-3, 8-3 Pac-12 (3rd place)
Last week: Won at Arizona State and Arizona.
Projections: The Bruins improved to a three-seed at ESPN, facing Bucknell, in Sacramento, in the South Region. CBS puts the Bruins as a two-seed in the South, facing Bakersfield.
Record: 21-8, 8-8 Pac-12 (6th place)
Last week: Lost to Arizona and Arizona State on the road.
Projections: The Trojans fell to an 11-seed at ESPN, facing Creighton in the West Region. The Trojans are out at CBS.
Record: 19-9, 10-6 Pac-12 (3rd plae0
Last week: Lost at home to Oregon. Beat Oregon State.
Projections: Cal remained an 11-seed at ESPN, facing Wisconsin in the East. The Bears at a 10 at CBS, facing Oklahoma State in the East.
Record: 29-1, 17-1 WCC (1st place)
Last week: Won at San Diego, Lost (!) at home against BYU.
Projections: Despite the loss, the Zags remain a one-seed, facing North Dakota in the West of both brackets.
-- Tyson Alger
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