Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Week 8 - Conference Rankings

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The Big 12 holds onto its slim lead over the SEC while the Pac-12 slips from being a solid third to in the mix with the Big Ten, ACC, and Big East.


WEEK

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AVERAGE
BIG XII 10.37 8.07 10.53 7.25 4.85 5.18 5.62 5.73 7.25
SEC 8.09 7.11 7.80 7.53 5.94 5.69 6.44 7.91 7.12
PAC 12 2.14 7.06 2.02 3.65 1.42 4.35 4.49 4.76 4.01
B1G 6.18 1.16 6.83 4.15 3.86 3.83 3.60 2.42 3.82
ACC 4.74 6.98 1.88 5.38 1.48 0.16 4.83 3.85 3.57
BIG EAST 1.76 0.49 10.42 -1.16 5.71 4.95 4.79 3.23 3.54
IND 8.97 0.63 -5.57 -0.51 -12.86 13.78 0.01 1.08 0.86
Sun Belt -3.63 2.75 -5.70 -2.07 1.82 -3.35 -2.81 -3.08 -1.66
WAC: 0.32 -0.80 -1.62 2.68 -1.65 -5.85 -5.48 -3.79 -1.73
MAC -5.60 -3.37 -0.36 -0.11 -3.36 -5.19 -3.11 -2.94 -3.30
MWC: -0.75 -11.65 -0.93 -4.84 -5.90 -4.40 -4.22 -2.91 -4.71
C-USA -9.85 -2.40 -6.11 -8.37 -7.78 -3.70 -2.12 -3.84 -5.69

While the Big 12 does not have as many top tier as the SEC, it also doesn't have the number of bottom feeders.  These rankings show the Big 12 as better more as a knock on the bottom of the SEC rather than a testament to the top of Big 12.

One of the reasons the PAC 12 slipped is due to Colorado.  Colorado has performed so badly this year they have been relegate to Non-BCS standards.  Since the Pac-12 has gone to a nine game conference schedule, nine different teams only get Non-BCS points.  The good news for Pac-12 fans is Colorado may not be the only BCS relegated to Non-BCS standards as Kansas, Illinois, & Boston College are struggling.

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