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Big Sky RPI: 11-30-09



Into the third week of basketball play and the RPI number are once scrambled teams continuing play. One trend though that is emerging on the men’s side is that both polls really like Montana and Northern Colorado. On the women’s side though it is interesting that the women’s team with the best record in the Big Sky conference Montana State at 4-1 is only managing to land in the middle of the pack while four teams with one or none wins are ranked higher among Big Sky team. The main culprit in that is Montana State strength of schedule which sits at 334 (out of 347), while other schools like Montana, Idaho State and Portland State sit at 88th, 42nd and 81st respectively.

Real Time RPI (Men)

Big Sky
Over all ranking: #17 (up 4 spots)

National ranking – School – (Last Week)
#43 – Montana (182)
#59 – Northern Colorado (93)
#141 – Idaho State (158)
#201 – Weber State (344)
#208 – Eastern Washington (157)
#209 – Montana State (215)
#225 – Sacramento State (233)
#277 – Northern Arizona (301)
#278 – Portland State (276)

Pomeroy Ratings (Men)

Big Sky
Over all ranking: #16 (Down 3 spots)

National ranking – School – (Last Week)
#52 – Montana (171)
#112 – Northern Colorado (31)
#123 – Weber State (174)
#139 – Montana State (62)
#162 – Idaho State (127)
#218 – Eastern Washington (169)
#235 – Sacramento State (290)
#250 – Portland State (270)
#274 – Northern Arizona (198)

Real Time RPI (Women)

Big Sky
Over all ranking: #27 (down 9)

National ranking – School – (Last Week)
#86 – Eastern Washington (86)
#210 – Idaho State (200)
#211 – Portland State (49)
#228 – Montana (170)
#238 – Montana State (188)
#259 – Northern Colorado (324)
#267 – Weber State (192)
#283 – Sacramento State (318)
#323 – Northern Arizona (332)

Schools of Interest (Men’s)

School – RPI Ratings –(Pomeroy Ratings)

See Northern Colorado and Northern Arizona above

Schools of Interest (Women’s)

School – RPI Ratings

Gonzaga – 97

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