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Big 12 Women's Basketball Week 7 Notes
December 17, 2012
Current WBB Notes in PDF

The Big 12 is No. 1 in conference RPI by both Collegiate Basketball News and Sagarin ratings.

The Big 12 leads the nation in non-conference win percentage (.837) and fewest losses (72-14).

The Big 12 is one of two leagues (Big Ten) in which every team has a winning record.

The Big 12 is the only conference where every team has three-or-fewer losses.

The Big 12 is five wins away from its 2,000th non-conference victory.

The Conference won 21 consecutive games from Nov. 25 - Dec. 6. The Big 12 started the season with a 14-game win streak.

Conference teams are 50-5 in home games and 218-13 on their home courts since the beginning of the 2010-11 season. The Big 12 led the nation in home non-conference win percentage the past two years.

Seventy percent of Big 12 squads are either ranked or receiving votes in the AP Poll: 3. Baylor, 15. Oklahoma State, 18. Oklahoma, 19. Kansas, 20. Texas and 24. West Virginia. Iowa State received votes.

The Big 12 is the only conference with six ranked teams and the only with 60% of its membership ranked. Other leagues' ratings are: ACC (4-12/33%), Big Ten (2-12/17%), Big East (3-15/20%), Pac-12 (4-12/33%) and SEC (5-14/36%).

Nine Conference teams hold a double-digit scoring margin over opponents and a positive rebound margin.

Oklahoma State (14) has the nation's longest current win streak and Texas Tech (7) is tied for 10th. Baylor (44) is second in current home court win streak.

Phillips 66 Big 12 Women's Basketball weekly honors were awarded to player: Oddysey Sims (Baylor) and freshman: Zahna Medley (TCU).

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