Sunday, November 3, 2013

Conference Rankings: Week 10

For the ACC, what was once a claim to a Top 3 conference has slid to 5th, or equal to last year. The main reason is a lack of a 4th-5th quality team to pad the stats. With Miami losing, they fall to 26th, which means they lose the bump associated with a Top 25 team. That loss affects the entire conference. The good news is Miami is a win or two away from jumping back in, which could increase the conference's standing.

The flipside is seen with the SEC. They currently have 8 schools ranked in the Top 25 (per our rankings), and during this time of year when every game is against another conference opponent, 8 different schools are getting the benefits from the Top 25 bump. Unfortunately, if one team (say Ole Miss) falls from the grouping, it could take another 2-3 teams with it.


Conference Team Rank Team Team Avg Conf Avg
SEC 2 Alabama 30.94 11.21 34.43
9 Missouri 20.96
13 Auburn 19.22
14 So. Carolina 18.92
15 LSU 16.32
18 Ole Miss 14.58
19 Texas A&M 14.29
20 Georgia 14.19
42 Florida 6.93
48 Vanderbilt 4.66
50 Miss St 3.59
54 Tennessee 3.05
84 Arkansas -3.42
94 Kentucky -7.27
PAC 12 1 Oregon 31.98 9.83 39.58
7 Stanford 22.44
11 Arizona St 19.97
22 UCLA 13.69
29 Arizona 11.30
34 USC 9.42
35 Washington 9.19
40 Oregon St 7.24
51 Utah 3.31
56 Wash St 2.62
87 Colorado -3.61
102 California -9.59
BIG XII 4 Baylor 24.49 8.40 44.70
8 Oklahoma 21.75
10 Oklahoma St 20.56
16 Texas 15.31
24 Texas Tech 13.47
58 West Virginia 2.62
64 Kansas St 1.73
70 TCU 0.03
90 Kansas -5.37
103 Iowa St -10.62
B1G 6 Ohio St 23.67 8.10 42.50
12 Michigan St 19.24
17 Wisconsin 14.79
25 Michigan 13.16
33 Nebraska 10.19
36 Minnesota 9.16
39 Penn St 7.92
44 Iowa 6.37
52 Northwestern 3.15
74 Indiana -0.96
76 Illinois -1.36
96 Purdue -8.12
ACC 3 Florida St 30.46 6.79 48.71
5 Clemson 23.69
26 Miami, FL 12.82
31 Georgia Tech 10.40
37 Duke 8.63
43 Virginia Tech 6.54
45 Maryland 6.21
55 Syracuse 2.81
57 Pittsburgh 2.63
59 Boston College 2.50
68 Wake Forest 0.55
75 No. Carolina -0.98
79 NC State -2.22
99 Virginia -8.96
IND 21 Notre Dame 14.04 -4.31 77.14
28 BYU 11.52
71 Navy -0.47
72 Old Dominion -0.64
109 Army -13.15
118 Idaho -19.54
121 New Mexico St -21.95
AAC 27 Central Fla 11.53 -4.90 78.80
30 Louisville 10.72
41 Houston 7.17
63 Cincinnati 2.08
81 Rutgers -2.32
85 Southern Meth -3.46
110 Memphis -14.45
113 South Florida -16.86
114 Temple -17.13
124 Connecticut -26.28

1 comment:

  1. Michigan wouldn't win the AAC and is 25th??? better than Miami, GT? not a chance.

    I am AGAIN irritated by the lack of quality depth in the ACC. Louisville can't get here quick enough. Scott

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