1/31/22 CBB Aggregate Rankings

JVDBeak'em

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Only teams that have at least 1 vote in BOTH the AP and Coaches poll are eligible.
From there, you are ranked for your AP, Coaches, KenPom, Sagarin, NET, BPI & RPI ranking.


38 teams eligible this week. Down from 42.

1. Gonzaga (3.9)
2. Auburn (4.7)
3. Arizona (5.7)
4. Houston (6.1)
5. Purdue (6.3)
6. Baylor (6.6)
7. Kentucky (7.1)
8. Villanova (7.7)
9. UCLA (8.1)
10. Kansas (8.6)
11. Duke (11.9)
12. Texas Tech (14.9)
13. Tennessee (15.1)
14. Michigan State (15.7)
15. LSU (15.9)
16. Wisconsin (17.1)
16. Illinois (17.1)
18. Ohio State (17.4)
19. Connecticut (17.7)
20. Alabama (19.3)
21. Xavier (20.4)
22. Texas (20.9)
23. Providence (22.3)
24. Saint Mary's (24.0)
25. USC (24.1)

Next 5 In: Marquette (26.1), Iowa State (26.3), Iowa (26.7), Indiana (28.0), Boise State (28.7)

New to eligibility: Arkansas, Toledo & Notre Dame
No longer eligible: BYU, Seton Hall, Loyola, Oregon, Florida State, Wake Forest & Wyoming


Biggest Jumps: Boise State (+7.4), Kentucky (+5.4), Saint Mary's (5.3), Indiana (+5.1), Murray State (+4.9), UCLA (+4.7), Miami (+4.7), Iowa State (+4.0)
Biggest Drops: Colorado State (-4.0), LSU, (-3.6), Kansas (-2.9)

Based off the Human Rankings, the computers find these teams overrated.
Providence -10, Wisconsin & Iowa State -9, UCLA, USC & Miami -7, Duke -6, Auburn -5

Based off the Computer Rankings, the Human Polls find these teams overrated.
LSU +14, Alabama & Iowa +11, Villanova & Tennessee +8, Houston, Baylor & Saint Mary's +5

The RPI helped Auburn and Wisconsin move up 4 spots, and Saint Mary's 3 spots.
The RPI hurt Connecticut, Texas & Iowa by 4 spots, Baylor & Iowa State by 3 spots.
All the rest were +/- 2 spots or less.

6/10 Big 12 were eligible
7/14 Big 10
5/11 Big East
6/14 SEC
3/12 PAC
3/15 ACC (Duke only team in top 33)
 
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NO RPI

1. Gonzaga (1.2)
2. Houston (4.8)
3. Arizona (5.0)
3. Baylor (5.0)
5. Purdue (5.2)
6. Auburn (5.3)
7. Kentucky (5.5)
8. UCLA (7.7)
9. Villanova (7.8)
10. Kansas (9.7)
11. Duke (10.3)
12. Texas Tech (12.8)
13. Tennessee (14.7)
14. Illinois (15.8)
15. Connecticut (16.7)
16. Michigan State (17.0)
17. LSU (17.5)
18. Texas (18.2)
19. Ohio State (18.8)
20. Wisconsin (19.5)
21. Alabama (21.7)
22. Xavier (21.8)
23. USC (23.2)
24. Providence (25.3)
24. Iowa State (25.3)
24. Iowa (25.3)

Next 4 In: Saint Mary's (25.5), Marquette (27.3), Indiana (27.3), Boise State (29.8)
 

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4 weeks into these rankings.

Gonzaga, Auburn, & Arizona have been in the top 4 every week.
Houston, Baylor, Kansas, Villanova & Purdue have been in the top 10 every week.
UCLA, Kentucky, LSU, Duke, Texas Tech, Tennessee, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Illinois, Ohio State, Connecticut, Alabama, Xavier, Texas & USC have been in the top 25 every week.
Providence, Iowa State, Indiana, Colorado State, Davidson & Miami have been eligible every week.
 

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What's up with the ACC?

Duke 11th of 38, only top 10 rankings were in the human polls.
Miami 35th of 38
Notre Dame 38th of 38, only 7 total human votes in AP & Coaches combined and dead last in basically every computer poll
 
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Looks like he's from Wazzu.
Leach must have told him some dirty things about you guys.
According to my Google research he covers Wazzu and Gonzaga basketball. But is a University of Idaho alum.

He shouldn't listen to Leach. He's odd.