3/7/22 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.


37 teams eligible this week.

1. Gonzaga (2.4)
1. Arizona (2.4)
3. Baylor (4.1)
4. Kentucky (4.3)
5. Kansas (6.6)
6. Auburn (6.7)
7. Villanova (7.6)
8. Duke (8.7)
9. Houston (9.1)
10. Tennessee (9.4)
11. Purdue (10.4)
12. UCLA (11.4)
13. Texas Tech (13.7)
14. Illinois (16.1)
15. Saint Mary's (16.9)
16. Arkansas (18.1)
17. Wisconsin (19.4)
17. Iowa (19.4)
19. Connecticut (20.1)
20. Texas (20.7)
21. Providence (21.0)
22. LSU (22.3)
23. Murray State (24.7)
24. Alabama (24.9)
25. Ohio State (25.3)

Next 5 In: Colorado State (26.6), San Deigo State (26.9), North Carolina (27.1), Southern California (27.9), San Francisco (27.9)

New to eligibility: LSU, UNC, SF, Loyola, Memphis, Seton Hall, South Dakota State
No longer eligible: Michigan State, Davidson, Creighton, Marquette, North Texas, SMU, Wake Forest, Wyoming

I didn't do this last week, so this is 2 weeks jump/drop
Biggest Jumps: Saint Mary's (+3.9), Baylor (+3.6), Colorado State (+3.3)
Biggest Drops: USC (-6.1), Ohio State (-5.9), Alabama (-5.6)

Based off the Human Rankings, the computers find these teams overrated.
Providence -14, USC -13, Wisconsin -10, Murray State & South Dakota State -8, Boise State -7, Colorado State -6

Based off the Computer Rankings, the Human Polls find these teams overrated.
LSU +18, Alabama +14, Houston +13, SF & Iowa +7, San Diego State +6

LSU is 35th of 37 in the Human Polls, 17th in Computer
Providence is 11th in Human, 25th in Computer

The RPI helped Colorado State move up 5 spots. Saint Mary's & Wisconsin 3 spots.
The RPI hurt Loyola by 5 spots, Duke & Texas 3 spots.
All the rest were +/- 2 spots or less.

Gonzaga was #1 in every category except for RPI, which they were 11th. That was just enough to make them tie for #1 overall.

6/14 SEC were eligible (13.7 avg ranking)
6/14 Big Ten (20.1)
4/10 Big 12 (10.25)
4/11 Big East (20.25)
3/10 WCC (15)
3/11 MWC (28, none in top 25)
3/12 PAC (14)
3/15 ACC (24, Duke only team in top 27)

All 6 SEC teams eligible were in the top 25. 3 were top 10.
 
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JVDBeak'em

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NO RPI

1. Gonzaga (1.0)
2. Arizona (2.3)
3. Baylor (3.5)
4. Kentucky (4.0)
5. Duke (7.3)
6. Kansas (7.5)
6. Auburn (7.5)
8. Villanova (8.0)
9. Houston (9.0)
10. Tennessee (9.8)
11. Purdue (10.2)
12. UCLA (11.0)
13. Texas Tech (12.8)
14. Illinois (15.5)
15. Arkansas (17.5)
15. Iowa (17.5)
17. Texas (18.5)
18. Saint Mary's (19.0)
19. Connecticut (19.2)
20. Wisconsin (20.2)
21. LSU (21.8)
22. Providence (23.0)
23. Ohio State (24.2)
24. Murray State (25.0)
25. Alabama (26.3)