2020 Regular Season Aggregate Ranking

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  1. JVDBeak'em

    JVDBeak'em Well-Known Member
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    You must have at least 1 vote in BOTH the AP and Coaches Poll to be eligible.
    Then those teams are ranked based on their AP, Coaches, KenPom, Sagarin, NET, BPI & RPI Rankings.
    There were 40 teams eligible this week.

    1. Kansas (1.0)
    2. Gonzaga (3.6)
    2. Dayton (3.6)
    4. Baylor (4.6)
    5. San Diego State (6.7)
    6. Duke (6.9)
    7. Florida State (7.7)
    8. Michigan State (9.1)
    9. Villanova (11.7)
    10. Louisville (12.0)
    11. Creighton (12.3)
    12. Maryland (12.7)
    13. Oregon (13.3)
    14. BYU (14.4)
    15. Ohio State (15.9)
    16. Kentucky (16.3)
    17. Seton Hall (16.7)
    17. West Virginia (16.7)
    19. Houston (18.7)
    20. Wisconsin (20.1)
    21. Auburn (21.0)
    22. Butler (23.0)
    23. Michigan (24.6)
    24. Virginia (25.3)
    25. Arizona (25.4)

    Next 5 In: Iowa (27.3), Illinois (27.6), Saint Mary's (28.4), Texas Tech (29.4), Penn State (29.6)

    According to the computers poll averages, they suggest the human polls overrate the following teams:
    Stephen F. Austin 26 vs 40 (-14), Kentucky 7 vs 19 (-12), Virginia 17 vs 29 (-12), Illinois 21 vs 31 (-10), ETSU 26 vs 34 (-8), UCLA 33 vs 39 (-6).

    According to the computers poll averages, they suggest the human polls underrate the following teams:
    Arizona 33 vs 21 (+12), LSU 38 vs 27 (+11), Texas Tech 36 vs 25 (+11), Houston 24 vs 17 (+7), West Virginia 22 vs 15 (+7), Michigan 29 vs 23 (+6).

    The larges gap between all of these is actually the difference between Kansas & #2.
     
  2. MrBaracus

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    The largest gap between all of these is actually the difference between Kansas & #2.

    Dare I say it?
     

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