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Washington cracks the top 25

Post by Todd Dybas / The News Tribune on Sep. 30, 2012 at 12:44 pm with No Comments »
September 30, 2012 12:44 pm
Keith Price had to evade a lot of tacklers in Washington's upset of Stanford. TED S. WARREN / The Associated Press

Thanks to Thursday’s upset, the Huskies are back in the top 25. Washington is ranked 23rd in the Associated Press poll and is just on the outside, leading “others receiving votes,” in the USA Today coaches poll.

Washington has been ranked three times under head coach Steve Sarkisian, though never higher than 22nd. It was ranked 24th in 2009 after upsetting USC and 22nd in 2011 when it moved to 5-1.

There are six Pac-12 teams in the AP poll. Here it is:

1.Alabama (60)
2.Oregon
3.Florida St.
4.LSU
5.Georgia
6.South Carolina
7.Kansas St.
8.West Virginia
9.Notre Dame
10.Florida
11.Texas
12.Ohio St.
13.USC
14.Oregon St.
15.TCU
15.Clemson
17.Oklahoma
18.Stanford
19.Louisville
20.Mississippi St.
21.Nebraska
22.Rutgers
23.Washington
24.Northwestern
25.UCLA
Arizona State received 15 votes and Arizona 5.
You can see here that two AP voters had Washington as high as 12th, and most voters did not rank the Huskies.
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