Breaking Down Why Washington Is Unranked

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Breaking Down Why Washington Is Unranked
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UW running back Chris Polk

The Washington Huskies march into the 2011 season with hopes of improving upon last year's 7-6 record and Holiday Bowl win.

With last week's release of the Associated Press's Preseason Top 25, the Huskies are not among the ranked. Indeed, it's a strange sight to see Washington not receiving any votes, but Division II Eastern Washington receiving honorable mention recognition with a single vote. 

Here's a quick look at why Washington failed to receive recognition as a ranked team heading into this season and why it could change by December.

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