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March 5, 2012 at 12:01 PM

No Pac-12 team in top 25 rankings

Washington, California and Arizona losing their regular-season finales didn’t help the Pac-12’s reputation.
The conference was shutout of the top 25 rankings for the 14th straight week.
In previous weeks the league was gaining traction with voters, but the conference didn’t receive a single vote in the Associated Press poll or the USA Today/ESPN coaches poll.
Washington fell two spots in the RPI to 54. Cal dropped a spot to 37 followed by Oregon (50), Arizona (76) and Colorado (85).
The Huskies improved four spots to 64th in Ken Pomeroy’s rating. Cal jumped two spots to 22 and UCLA improved nine spots to 43. Arizona fell to 51 and Oregon is 57.
In Jeff Sagarin’s ratings Cal is 29, Arizona 47, Stanford 53 and Washington 58.

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