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February 27, 2012 at 11:02 AM

No Pac-12 team in top 25 rankings

Washington returned to the rankings … sort of.
The Huskies received votes in the ESPN/USA Today coaches poll for the first time since Dec. 5.
Washington picked up two votes and California received one. Cal also got three votes in the AP poll.
Still, the Pac-12 was shutout of the top 25 rankings for the 13th straight week.
As we noted earlier, Washington’s RPI improved two spots to No. 52. Cal fell seven spots to 36 followed by Oregon (53), Arizona (69) and Colorado (76).
The Huskies are 68th in Ken Pomeroy’s rating. Cal is 24 followed by Arizona (44), UCLA (52) and Stanford (54).
On ESPN’s Basketball Power Index the top Pac-12 teams include: Cal (17), Arizona (33), UW (54), Stanford (62), UCLA (71) and Colorado (94).

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