Last week, coach Lorenzo Romar speculated that his team would probably be a three or a four seed in the NCAA tournament.
And today, I happened to be on the same plane back from LA as the Huskies were, and while walking off the plane, Jon Brockman said they still have hopes for a three.
However, bracketologists seem to be leaning toward a four.
As of late Saturday, ESPN's Joe Lunardi has the Huskies as a No. 4 seed, starting in Portland against North Dakota State with the winner meeting the Xavier-St. Mary's winner for the right to go on to Glendale, Ariz.
Meanwhile, Sports Illustrated's Andy Glocknen also has the Huskies as a No. 4 seed starting in Portland. But he has the opening opponent as Buffalo, with the winner going on to meet the Clemson-Cleveland State winner for the right to go on to Boston.
We'll find out sometime after 3 p.m. Sunday on the NCAA selection show on CBS.
And if you like, you can join the Huskies, who will be watching at the Don James Center. Doors open at 2:30, Romar will address the crowd on 2:45, and then we'll find out all the details.