Checking In With the College Basketball RPI: 2/23/2010

As a league the Mountain West is rated 7th in the RPI.

All the RPI info was found at Real Time RPI.  Record indicates division one wins only.

Crunch time heading into March with only a few chances left to boost the RPI.  Basically wins from here on out are the best way for the top four teams to try to get into the NCAA tournament.

Air Force

Record = 7-16

RPI = 227

SOS = 99

Great Wins (RPI 1-50) =

Solid Wins (RPI 51-100) =

Bad Wins (RPI 100+) = Charleston Southern, North Carolina Central, Prairie View A&M, Texas Pan America, UC Davis, Wyoming

Bad Losses (RPI 100 or greater) =  Northern Colorado, TCU (twice), Utah, Colorado State (twice)

Eh Losses (RPI 51-100) = Washington State, Missouri State, UTEP

Good Losses (RPI 1-50) = BYU (twice), New Mexico (twice), UNLV, San Diego State

 

BYU

Record = 24-3

RPI = 22

SOS = 129

Great Wins (RPI 1-50) = UNLV, San Diego State

Solid Wins (RPI 51-100) = Nevada, Arizona, Weber State, Arizona State, UTEP

Bad Wins (RPI 100+) =  Colorado State (twice), Idaho State, Hawaii, Southern University, San Francisco, Fresno State, Wagner, Air Force (twice), Wyoming (twice), TCU, Utah, Bradley

Bad Losses (RPI 100 or greater) =

Eh Losses (RPI 51-100) =

Good Losses (RPI 1-50) = New Mexico, UNLV, Utah State

 

Colorado State

Record = 14-11

RPI = 106

SOS = 107

Great Wins (RPI 1-50) =

Solid Wins (RPI 51-100) =

Bad Wins (RPI 101+) =Denver, UC Davis, Winston Salem, San Francisco, Colorado, Yale, Wyoming (twice), TCU, Utah, Air Force, Utah, Montana

Bad Losses (RPI 100 or greater) = Northern Colorado, Oregon, UCLA, Fresno State, Air Force

Eh Losses (RPI 51-100) = Indiana State

Good Losses  (RPI 1-50) BYU (twice), New Mexico, UNLV (twice), San Diego State

 

New Mexico

Record = 25-3

RPI = 10

SOS = 66

Great Wins (RPI 1-50) = California, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Dayton, BYU, San Diego State, UNLV

Solid Wins (RPI 51-100) = Louisiana Tech,, New Mexico State (2 wins)

Bad Wins (RPI 100+) =  Colorado State, San Diego, Nicholl's State, Miami (OH), Hawaii, UC Riverside, Northern Arizona, Wyoming (twice), Utah (twice), Air Force (twice), TCU

Bad Losses (RPI 100 or greater) = Oral Roberts

Eh Losses (RPI 51-100) =

Good Losses (RPI 1-50) = San Diego State, UNLV

 

San Diego State

Record = 18-7

RPI = 39

SOS = 72

Great Wins (RPI 1-50) = New Mexico, UNLV

Solid Wins (RPI 51-100) = Arizona, Colorado State

Bad Wins (RPI 100+) = San Diego, Santa Clara, Fresno State, Northern Arizona, UCSB, Cal State Fullerton, UC Riverside, Drake, Utah (twice), Air Force, Wyoming

Bad Losses (RPI 100 or greater) =  Pacific, Wyoming

Eh Losses (RPI 51-100) = Arizona State

Good Losses (RPI 1-50) = St. Mary's, BYU, New Mexico

 

TCU

Record = 10-15

RPI = 195

SOS = 121

Great Wins (RPI 1-50) =

Solid Wins (RPI 51-100) = Colorado State

Bad Wins (RPI 100+) = Cal State Northridge, SMU, Air Force (twice), Rice, Wyoming (twice)

Bad Losses (RPI 100 or greater) =  Houston, Utah (twice), Nebraska

Eh Losses (RPI 51-100) = Arizona State, Northern Colorado, Wichita State, Louisiana Tech

Good Losses (RPI 1-50) =  Texas Tech, San Diego State (twice), UNLV, New Mexico, BYU

 

UNLV

Record = 19-7

RPI = 44

SOS = 61

Great Wins (RPI 1-50) = San Diego State, New Mexico, Louisville, BYU

Solid Wins (RPI 51-100) =  Arizona, Weber State, Nevada

Bad Wins (RPI 100+) = Southern Illinois, Holy Cross, Santa Clara, Southern Utah, Hawaii, SMU, Wyoming, TCU, Air Force, Colorado State (twice)

Bad Losses (RPI 100 or greater) = Utah (twice)

Eh Losses (RPI 51-100) = USC

Good Losses (RPI 1-50) = Kansas State, BYU, San Diego State (twice), New Mexico

 

Utah

Record = 10-15

RPI = 195

SOS = 121

Great Wins (RPI 1-50) = UNLV (twice)

Solid Wins (RPI 51-100) =  Illinois, Utah State

Bad Wins (RPI 100+) Southern University, Idaho State, Michigan, Pepperdine, TX-San Antonio, LSU, TCU (twice), Air Force

Bad Losses (RPI 100 or greater) = Idaho, Seattle, Wyoming

Eh Losses (RPI 51-100) = Colorado State, Oklahoma, Weber State

Good Losses (RPI 1-50) = Oklahoma State, New Mexico (twice), San Diego State (twice), BYU

 

Wyoming

Record = 7-18

RPI = 212

SOS = 40

Great Wins (RPI 1-50) = San Diego State

Solid Wins (RPI 51-100) = Northern Colorado, Colorado State

Bad Wins (RPI 100+) = Boise State, Pepperdine, LMU, Denver, Utah

Bad Losses (RPI 100 or greater) =  Colorado State (twice), South Dakota State, Monmouth, Hampton, TCU (twice), Air Force,

Eh Losses (RPI 51-100) 

Good Losses (RPI 1-50) = Northern Iowa, Tennessee, New Mexico (twice), BYU (twice), UNLV, San Diego State

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