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January 21, 2013 at 10:56 AM

Washington falls in RPI

Washington fell to 70 in the RPI following Saturday’s home defeat to Utah. Last week, the Huskies were 58th.

Here’s where the other Pac-12 teams rank: Arizona (2), Colorado (18), Oregon (25), UCLA (44), Stanford (74), Arizona State (76), California (81), USC (138), Utah (148), Oregon State (159) and Washington State (188).

Very little positive movement in the conference this week. Oregon, Stanford, Utah and WSU made modest gains while everyone else backtracked.

Meanwhile, the Wildcats and Ducks continue to climb in the national polls. Arizona is ranked sixth in the AP and coaches poll, while Oregon is 16th and 19th respectively.

 

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