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Power Rankings (cont.)

Posted: Monday February 26, 2007 1:25PM; Updated: Monday February 26, 2007 1:25PM
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NCAA Basketball Power Rankings
Rank LW School
6 7
George Washington Colonials (25-2)
Talk about under the radar. The Colonials get about as much attention as a yellow light when you're late to work. They've put together an impressive run, though. After all, they too ran the table in conference play.
Next: Atlantic 10 tournament
7 8
Georgia Lady Bulldogs (24-5)
The Bulldogs are the No. 2 seed in the SEC tournament. They earned it with a pretty balanced offense. Yes, Tasha Humphrey averages a game-high 16.1, but she's one of seven players who are scoring at least eight points a game.
Next: SEC tournament
8 9
Ohio State Buckeyes (26-2)
Senior Jessica Davenport certainly looks ready for her final postseason run. She was dominant in Sunday's win against Michigan, collecting 25 points and 15 rebounds. She's led the Buckeyes to a second straight Big Ten title, too.
Next: Big Ten tournament
9 5
LSU Tigers (24-6)
The Tigers slipped a little down the stretch, losing three of their last five. Granted, those three were to some mighty good teams. But, you've got to beat the mighty good ones if you want to win a national championship, or even an SEC title.
Next: SEC tournament
10 12
Texas A&M Aggies (22-5)
Texas A&M was a top-10 team early in the year, and has proven itself deserving once again. Tournament teams had better look out. The Aggies hound you on defense, and can be just as strong on the offensive end. Just ask the Big 12. Having already swept Baylor and Oklahoma, the Aggies are one win away from their first conference title.
Next: 02/28 vs. Texas



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