April 15th Rankings (Spoiler Alert)

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  1. TopDawg

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    Starting with the April 15th rankings they will use the 9 best wins and in fact the next 3 rankings will use the 9 best wins as well. The 10th best win isn't used until after the NCAAs get started so the 9 best wins will determine the NCAA Tournament Field.

    These rankings include Friday's results and have some projections made through the weekend. I did not assume a winner/loser for Florida at Kentucky, Oregon at Stanford, South Florida at Memphis, or NC State at Virginia Tech. If the team has an * beside it that means I'm taking a guess on the points for a victory over a team not ranked in the top 75 so there likely will be some variance. I will update these again on Sunday night.


    1 Ohio State 75.86
    2 Oklahoma 74.45
    3 USC 72.92
    4 Virginia 70.27
    5 UCLA 67.45
    6 Baylor 64.48
    7 Texas 60.56
    8 North Carolina 60.31
    9 Georgia 59.20
    10 Illinois 53.69
    11 Kentucky 53.13
    12 Texas A&M 52.83
    13 Notre Dame 50.99
    14 Duke 49.45
    15 Florida 41.86
    16 California 39.29
    17 Mississippi State 38.48
    18 Tennessee 38.37
    19 Columbia 36.39
    20 Clemson 35.81
    21 Penn State 34.08
    22 Vanderbilt 33.78
    23 Purdue 32.73
    24 Memphis* 30.90
    25 South Florida 29.80
    26 Boise State 29.43
    27 Wake Forest 28.75
    28 Texas Tech* 27.98
    29 Oklahoma State* 27.62
    30 Virginia Tech* 24.64
    31 Florida State 24.60
    32 Harvard 23.72
    33 Northwestern* 23.72
    34 Alabama* 23.63
    35 Drake 22.24
    36 South Carolina* 21.46
    37 NC State* 21.36
    38 Louisville* 21.33
    39 Auburn* 20.63
    40 Dartmouth* 17.93
    41 Ole Miss* 17.79
    42 Tulsa 17.74
    43 Stanford* 17.45
    44 Oregon* 17.15
    45 UNC Wilmington* 16.24
    46 San Diego 15.63
    47 Pepperdine* 15.20
    48 Miami FL* 15.04
    49 Elon* 14.94
    50 Michigan* 14.76
     
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    Wow ole miss still not top40. Uh oh
     
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    Stanford and Oregon is almost an elimination match today. Winner will move up and loser goes down.
     
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    They probably need to win at least once at the SEC Tournament to stay near 40. By winning against aTm they'll be the 11 seed and will face the 6 seed which will likely be the hosts Vanderbilt. Good thing for the Rebs is they have already beaten Vandy this year in Nashville.
     
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    vandy is tough but still a chance
     
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    1 Ohio State 75.86
    2 Oklahoma 74.45
    3 USC 72.92
    4 Virginia 70.27
    5 UCLA 67.45
    6 Baylor 64.48
    7 Texas 60.56
    8 North Carolina 60.31
    9 Georgia 59.20
    10 Illinois 53.69
    11 Texas A&M 52.83
    12 Kentucky 51.72
    13 Notre Dame 50.99
    14 Duke 49.45
    15 Florida 45.57
    16 California 39.29
    17 Mississippi State 38.48
    18 Tennessee 38.37
    19 Columbia 36.39
    20 Clemson 35.81
    21 Memphis* 34.72
    22 Penn State 30.77
    23 Vanderbilt 30.40
    24 Boise State 29.43
    25 Wake Forest 28.75
    26 South Florida 28.34
    27 Texas Tech* 27.98
    28 Purdue 27.87
    29 Oklahoma State* 27.62
    30 South Carolina* 25.42
    31 Florida State 24.60
    32 NC State* 24.15
    33 Harvard 23.72
    34 Northwestern* 23.72
    35 Alabama* 23.63
    36 Virginia Tech* 23.26
    37 Drake 22.24
    38 Stanford* 21.43
    39 Louisville* 21.33
    40 Auburn* 20.63
    41 Dartmouth* 19.76
    42 Ole Miss* 17.79
    43 Tulsa 17.74
    44 UNC Wilmington* 16.24
    45 Oregon* 16.06
    46 San Diego 15.63
    47 Pepperdine* 15.20
    48 Miami FL* 15.04
    49 Michigan* 14.83
    50 VCU* 14.65
     
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    Notable matches this week that will effect rankings:

    Texas at Baylor - Wednesday
    UCLA at USC - Friday
    North Carolina at Duke - Sunday

    Winner of USC/UCLA will take over #1 spot.
     
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    not really fair, if usc and ucla allways play and beat each other???

    how high can baylor/texas and unc/duke go?
     
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    they will play the Vols in 1st game, and possible UK in 2nd game. They ve beaten Vols before.

    uhm...how is the ranking calculated in conference tournament? is there the 10% road bonus?? :confused:
     
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    The only way to get the bonus points for a road win in the SEC Tournament would be to beat Vanderbilt.

    Actually the Texas/Baylor match will just determine who is 6th because the gap from 5th to 6th is pretty big.

    UNC beating Duke would push them to 7th. If Duke won they'd be 10 or 11 probably.
     
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    I double counted some points on Purdue so they are really 28th instead of 22nd.
     
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