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December 13, 2004 at 12:28 PM

Checking the numbers

Let’s hope Husky players are concentrating on their exams this week and not paying attention to the rankings. Here’s a sampling:

RPI rating: UW has risen two spots to No. 7 this week in these computer ratings. collegerpi.com

Sagarin ratings: UW has risen to No. 5 in Jeff Sagarin’s computer rankings on USA Today. They’ve got some pretty heady company here — above them are Illinois, Oklahoma State, Kansas and Georgia Tech, while ACC powers Duke and North Carolina come in at No. 6 and No. 7. Keep in mind … it’s early. Sagarin men’s basketball

AP Top 25: UW has fallen two spots to No. 18 in this week’s voting by the media. The drop came despite winning both their games this past week. And, to top it off, one of the teams that leap-frogged them was Alabama, who they beat in the championship game of the Great Alaska Shootout. AP rankings

Sportsline’s player rankings: Not sure what formula they use, but Sportsline ranks UW’s Nate Robinson No. 1 nationally for player productivity. And Tre Simmons comes in at No. 9. Player rankings

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