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CHN Top 50: January 21st

January 21st, 2007
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AP Top 25: Week Eleven

January 15th, 2007
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CHN Top 50: January 14th

January 14th, 2007
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Poll Positions - Mid Season Review

January 10th, 2007
Air Force

Now that conference play has begun in earnest, it is worth taking a look back at the first half of the season and determining who has benefited the most, and the least, from the 2006-07 non-conference schedule.

AP Top 25 Poll: Week 10

January 8th, 2007
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CHN Top 50: January 8th

January 8th, 2007
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Who Should Be the New #1?

January 8th, 2007
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AP Top 25: Week 9

January 1st, 2007
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CHN Top 50 Power Ranking

January 1st, 2007
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Daily Dribble: 12/26

December 26th, 2006

Its always debatable when the RPI begins to "matter". Some say its always completely useless, others think its a valuable tool at the end of the season, and other's think it matters at the end of non-conference play. Non-conference play isn't officially over, but most leagues are entering conference play now. Leagues like the MVC only have 1 non-conference game left this week, and then the BracketBuster event later in the year. Most Pac-10 teams only have 1 non-conference game left, like UCLA who takes on West Virginia later in the year. Gonzaga's one of the few teams left with 3 non-conference games, with Nevada, Virginia, and Memphis still on the schedule. For my money, non-conference RPI is the real statistic that matters.. so now's basically the time when the RPI matters.