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The remaining five teams in the Pac-12 aren't ranked and look to be the whipping posts for the aforementioned six teams.
Here is where they stand as of March 6:
Washington State University: 8-3
The Cougars lost their first two games to Western Carolina and went on to win eight straight before losing the finale against Cal State Northridge. They have a four-game set this weekend against Texas San Antonio.
University of Southern California: 6-5
The winningest program in college baseball history hasn't seen the postseason since 2005, the CWS since 2001 and hasn't brought home the trophy since 1998. They have losses to Cal State Bakersfield, Cal State Northridge and dropped two to Fresno State. Their next four games are against ranked teams in Cal State Fullerton, Oklahoma, Notre Dame and UCLA.
University of Utah: 5-5
The Utes lost their opening series to Loyola Marymount and went on to take three out of four from UC Davis. They only won once in Minneapolis last weekend defeating Northern Illinois while taking losses to Dartmouth and the host Minnesota Golden Gophers. They travel to St. Mary's in California for a four-game set this weekend.
University of California: 5-7
The Bears started strong by sweeping the University of Michigan. They went on to lose to Stanford and lost three of four to UC Irvine. They only managed one victory in the Houston College Classic losing to Baylor, No. 1 North Carolina and Rice. They welcome Fresno State for four games this weekend and Santa Clara mid-week.
University of Washington: 3-8
It has been a rough season already for the Huskies losing five of their past seven games. They opened up with a four-game set at UC Davis and only managed one victory. They repeated themselves in Beaumont, Tex. losing three of four to Lamar University. They travel to Baton Rouge this weekend for three games against the No. 3 LSU Tigers.