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December 20, 2004 at 10:53 AM

This week’s rankings

RPI rating: UW has risen one spot to No. 6 this week in these computer ratings. Interestingly, its next two opponents aren’t faring so well. Sacred Heart comes in at No. 318 (out of 330) and Houston at No. 106. collegerpi.com

Sportsline’s RPI: Not sure how different their formula is from the one above, but here the Huskies come in at No. 3. Sportsline RPI

Sagarin ratings: UW has dropped to No. 7 in Jeff Sagarin’s computer rankings on USA Today. They’ve got some pretty heady company here — just above them are North Carolina and Georgia Tech. Sagarin men’s basketball

AP Top 25: UW today is ranked No. 12 in voting by the media. That’s a jump of six places this week. AP rankings

Sportsline’s player rankings: Not sure what formula they use, but Sportsline still ranks UW’s Nate Robinson No. 1 nationally for player productivity. And Tre Simmons comes in at No. 16. Player rankings

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