After a pair of wins, Washington rose to No. 88 in the all-important RPI. Last week, the Huskies were No. 111.
Here’s where the other Pac-12 teams rank: Colorado (4), Arizona (8),Oregon (38), California (41), Arizona State (78), Utah (94), UCLA (101), Stanford (106), USC (116), Oregon State (152) and Washington State (195).
Meanwhile, Arizona is the only Pac-12 team among the top 25 in the national rankings. The Wildcats are No. 4 in the AP poll and fifth in the coaches’ ranking.
Interesting to note, statistician Ken Pomeroy projects Washington will finish in a three-way tie for eighth in the Pac-12 with a 7-11 record. Here’s the projected conference finish on Pomeroy’s pay site.