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RPI WATCH: 12/15/2010

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Again, not much to report. Home upsets of Louisville (by Drexel) and Tennessee (by Oakland) were unexpectedly entertaining, but had little effect on the Wildcats' prospects (other than removing a challenger for No. 6 next week).

The only game involving our opponents was North Florida at Texas, through which the Longhorns cruised with a somewhat languid effort en route to a 22-point victory. Can't really take anything away from that other than that Texas is pretty good at home and North Florida is no Oakland.

AP Ranking = 6

ESPN/USA Today Ranking = 6

Overall Record = 9-1

RPI = 18

SOS = 54

Signature Wins (RPI 1-30) = none

Quality Wins (RPI 31-100) = Virginia Tech, Presbyterian

Bad Losses (RPI 101 or greater) = none

  • James Madison (7-3, 0-1 CAA) | RPI = 142
  • Virginia Tech (5-4, 0-1 ACC) | RPI = 63
  • Presbyterian (3-6, 1-1 Big South) | RPI = 97
  • Gonzaga (4-5) | RPI = 119
  • No. 1 Duke (10-0) | RPI = 4
  • Texas Southern (1-7) | RPI = 171
  • Emporia State (6-4, 3-1 MIAA*)
  • Washington State (7-1) | RPI = 114
  • Alcorn State (0-8) | RPI = 235
  • Loyola-Chicago (8-3, 0-2 Horizon League) | RPI = 195
  • No. 24 Florida (7-2) | RPI = 8
  • No. 22 UNLV (9-1) | RPI = 10
  • UMKC (5-4, 0-2 Summit League) | RPI = 275
  • North Florida (4-6, 1-1 Atlantic Sun) | RPI = 115: Loss at No. 25 Texas (48-70)
  • Savannah State (1-10) | RPI = 328
  • Oklahoma State (9-1) | RPI = 69
  • Colorado (5-3) | RPI = 184
  • Texas Tech (5-5) | RPI = 197
  • No. 12 Missouri (8-1) | RPI = 27
  • No. 25** Texas A&M (9-1) | RPI = 51
  • No. 9 Baylor (6-0) | RPI = 32
  • No. 3 Kansas (9-0) | RPI = 3
  • Nebraska (8-2) | RPI = 109
  • Iowa State (9-2) | RPI = 132
  • Oklahoma (5-5) | RPI = 152
  • No. 25 Texas (8-2) | RPI = 47: Win over North Florida (70-48)

*Division II
**AP Ranking