The Pi-Rate Ratings

January 18, 2019

PiRate Ratings College Basketball For Friday, January 18, 2019

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This Weekend’s PiRate Ratings Spreads For Major Conferences & Ranked Teams

Saturday’s Games
Home Team Visitor Spread
Miami (Fla.) North Carolina -6.2
Notre Dame North Carolina St. -2.9
Syracuse Pittsburgh 8.6
Virginia Tech Wake Forest 18.1
Georgia Tech Louisville -2.6
Duke Virginia 4.8
South Florida Houston -7.0
Wichita St. Cincinnati -4.9
Central Florida Tulsa 9.9
Memphis SMU 2.1
Temple Penn 5.4
Connecticut Tulane 15.7
West Virginia Kansas 3.5
Kansas St. TCU -0.3
Baylor Texas Tech -3.5
Iowa St. Oklahoma St. 12.5
Texas Oklahoma 2.0
Butler St. John’s 3.4
Seton Hall DePaul 8.0
Wisconsin Michigan 0.3
Purdue Indiana 5.9
Minnesota Penn St. 2.8
Nevada Air Force 22.3
Washington St. Stanford -1.1
USC UCLA -0.1
Washington California 17.2
Arizona Oregon St. 4.9
Arizona St. Oregon 1.3
Georgia Florida -4.3
Ole Miss Arkansas 5.8
Tennessee Alabama 14.1
Texas A&M Missouri 3.1
Auburn Kentucky 4.5
LSU South Carolina 8.6
Vanderbilt Mississippi St. -3.6
Gonzaga Loyola Marymount 21.9

 

Sunday’s Games
Home Team Visitor Spread
Boston College Florida St. -5.7
Marquette Providence 8.0
Iowa Illinois 9.7
Utah Colorado -0.5

 

This Week’s PiRate Ratings

Rk Team PiRate
1 Duke 122.9
2 Virginia 121.6
3 Gonzaga 120.6
4 Michigan St. 120.2
5 Tennessee 119.1
6 North Carolina 117.3
7 Michigan 116.8
8 Virginia Tech 116.0
9 Kansas 115.9
10 Auburn 115.7
11 Texas Tech 115.4
12 Nebraska 114.8
13 Kentucky 114.7
14 Purdue 114.5
15 Iowa St. 114.5
16 Nevada 114.5
17 Wisconsin 113.6
18 Buffalo 113.4
19 North Carolina St. 113.0
20 TCU 113.0
21 Villanova 112.8
22 Maryland 112.4
23 Florida St. 112.4
24 Louisville 112.2
25 Ohio St. 112.0
26 Florida 111.9
27 Oklahoma 111.9
28 Mississippi St. 111.9
29 Iowa 111.7
30 Houston 111.7
31 Indiana 111.6
32 Marquette 111.6
33 Cincinnati 111.5
34 Syracuse 111.2
35 LSU 111.1
36 Texas 110.9
37 Saint Mary’s 110.6
38 Butler 110.4
39 Wofford 110.4
40 Mississippi 110.2
41 St. John’s 110.0
42 Clemson 109.8
43 Oregon 109.7
44 Kansas St. 109.7
45 Creighton 109.4
46 Central Florida 109.3
47 Utah St. 109.1
48 Washington 109.0
49 Murray St. 109.0
50 Lipscomb 108.9
51 Baylor 108.9
52 Seton Hall 108.7
53 San Francisco 108.7
54 Arizona 108.7
55 Arizona St. 108.0
56 Alabama 108.0
57 Northwestern 107.9
58 Fresno St. 107.9
59 Virginia Commonwealth 107.6
60 Miami FL 107.6
61 Arkansas 107.4
62 Temple 107.1
63 Liberty 107.1
64 Dayton 107.0
65 New Mexico St. 106.9
66 Penn St. 106.9
67 West Virginia 106.8
68 Oregon St. 106.8
69 Minnesota 106.7
70 Toledo 106.7
71 Pittsburgh 106.6
72 Georgia Tech 106.6
73 Notre Dame 106.6
74 Providence 106.6
75 UCLA 106.5
76 Vermont 106.4
77 East Tennessee St. 106.3
78 South Dakota St. 106.1
79 Xavier 106.0
80 Hofstra 106.0
81 Colorado 105.7
82 Connecticut 105.7
83 Davidson 105.6
84 Ball St. 105.6
85 Georgetown 105.6
86 SMU 105.6
87 Oklahoma St. 105.5
88 Illinois 105.5
89 South Carolina 105.5
90 BYU 105.5
91 Loyola (Chi.) 105.4
92 Vanderbilt 105.3
93 Belmont 105.1
94 Yale 105.1
95 Furman 104.9
96 USC 104.9
97 San Diego 104.8
98 Memphis 104.7
99 Texas A&M 104.7
100 Northeastern 104.7
101 Saint Louis 104.6
102 Georgia 104.6
103 Northern Kentucky 104.6
104 Missouri 104.6
105 Georgia St. 104.6
106 Western Kentucky 104.5
107 Grand Canyon 104.4
108 Old Dominion 104.3
109 UNC Greensboro 104.3
110 Boise St. 104.2
111 Texas St. 104.1
112 Montana 103.9
113 Rhode Island 103.9
114 Boston College 103.7
115 DePaul 103.7
116 Wichita St. 103.6
117 UC Irvine 103.5
118 Georgia Southern 103.5
119 North Texas 103.5
120 George Mason 103.4
121 Rutgers 103.4
122 Austin Peay 103.4
123 Charleston 103.4
124 Jacksonville St. 103.4
125 Penn 103.2
126 Akron 103.2
127 San Diego St. 103.1
128 Harvard 102.9
129 Utah Valley 102.9
130 Drake 102.8
131 Louisiana Tech 102.8
132 UC Santa Barbara 102.5
133 Brown 102.5
134 Tulsa 102.4
135 Stanford 102.3
136 Radford 102.3
137 Marshall 102.2
138 Utah 102.2
139 Northern Illinois 102.1
140 Southern Illinois 101.8
141 South Florida 101.7
142 Rider 101.7
143 Loyola Marymount 101.7
144 Bowling Green 101.6
145 Bucknell 101.5
146 Louisiana Monroe 101.5
147 Wake Forest 101.4
148 Stony Brook 101.2
149 Central Michigan 100.9
150 UNLV 100.8
151 Louisiana 100.8
152 Lehigh 100.8
153 Wright St. 100.8
154 St. Bonaventure 100.6
155 Massachusetts 100.4
156 Winthrop 100.4
157 Southern Miss 100.3
158 Valparaiso 100.3
159 Princeton 100.1
160 Gardner Webb 100.1
161 Kent St. 100.0
162 Weber St. 100.0
163 Purdue Fort Wayne 100.0
164 Duquesne 99.9
165 Samford 99.9
166 Saint Joseph’s 99.8
167 Colgate 99.6
168 Richmond 99.6
169 Eastern Michigan 99.6
170 Evansville 99.5
171 UAB 99.5
172 Abilene Christian 99.4
173 Holy Cross 99.4
174 NJIT 99.3
175 Seattle 99.3
176 New Mexico 99.3
177 Northern Colorado 99.2
178 Pacific 99.2
179 Illinois St. 99.1
180 Coastal Carolina 99.1
181 Ohio 99.0
182 Mercer 99.0
183 Miami OH 98.9
184 Pepperdine 98.7
185 Indiana St. 98.6
186 Omaha 98.6
187 Cal St. Fullerton 98.6
188 Cal St. Bakersfield 98.5
189 Dartmouth 98.5
190 American 98.5
191 Missouri St. 98.5
192 IUPUI 98.5
193 Long Beach St. 98.4
194 North Florida 98.4
195 Texas Southern 98.2
196 Washington St. 98.2
197 Hawaii 98.2
198 Green Bay 97.8
199 Troy 97.8
200 Northern Iowa 97.7
201 Iona 97.7
202 South Dakota 97.7
203 Hartford 97.6
204 Western Michigan 97.5
205 Colorado St. 97.5
206 UTSA 97.4
207 William & Mary 97.4
208 Florida Int’l. 97.3
209 Appalachian St. 97.2
210 Presbyterian 97.1
211 North Dakota St. 97.1
212 Boston University 97.1
213 Santa Clara 97.0
214 Campbell 97.0
215 High Point 97.0
216 Fordham 97.0
217 Little Rock 96.8
218 Sam Houston St. 96.8
219 Detroit 96.8
220 Illinois Chicago 96.7
221 Delaware 96.7
222 Florida Atlantic 96.7
223 Bradley 96.7
224 The Citadel 96.5
225 Oakland 96.5
226 Wagner 96.5
227 Columbia 96.4
228 Eastern Kentucky 96.3
229 Hampton 96.2
230 Maryland Baltimore Co. 96.1
231 South Alabama 96.1
232 UNC Wilmington 96.1
233 La Salle 95.9
234 California Baptist 95.9
235 East Carolina 95.9
236 UT Arlington 95.8
237 Lamar 95.8
238 Fairleigh Dickinson 95.8
239 Charleston Southern 95.7
240 UMass Lowell 95.7
241 Missouri Kansas City 95.6
242 Army 95.5
243 Canisius 95.5
244 Stephen F. Austin 95.4
245 Cornell 95.3
246 St. Francis PA 95.3
247 Sacred Heart 95.3
248 Fairfield 95.3
249 Quinnipiac 95.3
250 UC Davis 95.3
251 Air Force 95.2
252 Morehead St. 95.1
253 Idaho St. 95.1
254 James Madison 95.1
255 Long Island 95.1
256 UT Rio Grande Valley 95.0
257 Marist 95.0
258 George Washington 94.9
259 Drexel 94.9
260 California 94.8
261 North Dakota 94.8
262 Robert Morris 94.7
263 UTEP 94.5
264 Siena 94.4
265 Houston Baptist 94.3
266 Arkansas St. 94.3
267 Chattanooga 94.2
268 Longwood 94.2
269 Norfolk St. 94.2
270 Montana St. 94.2
271 Sacramento St. 94.1
272 St. Francis (Bkln) 94.1
273 Florida Gulf Coast 94.0
274 Jacksonville 94.0
275 Monmouth 94.0
276 Central Arkansas 94.0
277 New Orleans 93.9
278 North Carolina Central 93.8
279 Towson 93.8
280 Eastern Washington 93.8
281 Central Connecticut 93.7
282 Milwaukee 93.6
283 Prairie View A&M 93.6
284 Southern Utah 93.6
285 Portland St. 93.5
286 Tulane 93.5
287 Middle Tennessee 93.4
288 UC Riverside 93.2
289 Cleveland St. 93.1
290 Nicholls St. 93.0
291 Saint Peter’s 93.0
292 North Carolina A&T 93.0
293 Rice 92.9
294 Texas A&M-CC 92.9
295 Grambling St. 92.8
296 Charlotte 92.8
297 Oral Roberts 92.8
298 Youngstown St. 92.8
299 Niagara 92.7
300 Albany 92.7
301 Navy 92.6
302 Tennessee St. 92.6
303 Western Carolina 92.6
304 Western Illinois 92.6
305 Eastern Illinois 92.5
306 Loyola (MD) 92.5
307 Southeast Missouri St. 92.4
308 Lafayette 92.3
309 Wyoming 92.2
310 McNeese St. 92.2
311 Denver 92.1
312 Bethune Cookman 92.0
313 Northern Arizona 91.9
314 Cal St. Northridge 91.8
315 Howard 91.5
316 Southeastern Louisiana 91.4
317 UT Martin 91.1
318 Cal Poly 91.0
319 Portland 90.9
320 USC Upstate 90.8
321 Alabama St. 90.7
322 VMI 90.6
323 Idaho 90.3
324 North Alabama 90.2
325 Binghamton 90.1
326 Maine 90.1
327 Arkansas Pine Bluff 90.0
328 Morgan St. 89.9
329 Elon 89.8
330 Manhattan 89.7
331 Florida A&M 89.2
332 South Carolina St. 89.2
333 Jackson St. 89.2
334 Mount St. Mary’s 89.0
335 Bryant 88.9
336 Tennessee Tech 88.9
337 SIU Edwardsville 88.8
338 San Jose St. 88.3
339 New Hampshire 88.1
340 Southern 88.0
341 Northwestern St. 86.8
342 Stetson 86.7
343 Incarnate Word 86.0
344 Kennesaw St. 85.4
345 Alabama A&M 85.0
346 Alcorn St. 84.4
347 Coppin St. 84.4
348 Mississippi Valley St. 83.9
349 Savannah St. 83.8
350 UNC Asheville 83.7
351 Chicago St. 82.1
352 Maryland Eastern Shore 81.9
353 Delaware St. 80.9

 

PiRate Rating By Conference

America East
Vermont 106.4
Stony Brook 101.2
Hartford 97.6
Maryland Baltimore Co. 96.1
UMass Lowell 95.7
Albany 92.7
Binghamton 90.1
Maine 90.1
New Hampshire 88.1
American Athletic
Houston 111.7
Cincinnati 111.5
Central Florida 109.3
Temple 107.1
Connecticut 105.7
SMU 105.6
Memphis 104.7
Wichita St. 103.6
Tulsa 102.4
South Florida 101.7
East Carolina 95.9
Tulane 93.5
Atlantic 10
Virginia Commonwealth 107.6
Dayton 107.0
Davidson 105.6
Saint Louis 104.6
Rhode Island 103.9
George Mason 103.4
St. Bonaventure 100.6
Massachusetts 100.4
Duquesne 99.9
Saint Joseph’s 99.8
Richmond 99.6
Fordham 97.0
La Salle 95.9
George Washington 94.9
Atlantic Coast
Duke 122.9
Virginia 121.6
North Carolina 117.3
Virginia Tech 116.0
North Carolina St. 113.0
Florida St. 112.4
Louisville 112.2
Syracuse 111.2
Clemson 109.8
Miami FL 107.6
Pittsburgh 106.6
Georgia Tech 106.6
Notre Dame 106.6
Boston College 103.7
Wake Forest 101.4
Atlantic Sun
Lipscomb 108.9
Liberty 107.1
NJIT 99.3
North Florida 98.4
Florida Gulf Coast 94.0
Jacksonville 94.0
North Alabama 90.2
Stetson 86.7
Kennesaw St. 85.4
Big 12
Kansas 115.9
Texas Tech 115.4
Iowa St. 114.5
TCU 113.0
Oklahoma 111.9
Texas 110.9
Kansas St. 109.7
Baylor 108.9
West Virginia 106.8
Oklahoma St. 105.5
Big East
Villanova 112.8
Marquette 111.6
Butler 110.4
St. John’s 110.0
Creighton 109.4
Seton Hall 108.7
Providence 106.6
Xavier 106.0
Georgetown 105.6
DePaul 103.7
Big Sky
Montana 103.9
Weber St. 100.0
Northern Colorado 99.2
Idaho St. 95.1
Montana St. 94.2
Sacramento St. 94.1
Eastern Washington 93.8
Southern Utah 93.6
Portland St. 93.5
Northern Arizona 91.9
Idaho 90.3
Big South
Radford 102.3
Winthrop 100.4
Gardner Webb 100.1
Presbyterian 97.1
Campbell 97.0
High Point 97.0
Hampton 96.2
Charleston Southern 95.7
Longwood 94.2
USC Upstate 90.8
UNC Asheville 83.7
Big Ten
Michigan St. 120.2
Michigan 116.8
Nebraska 114.8
Purdue 114.5
Wisconsin 113.6
Maryland 112.4
Ohio St. 112.0
Iowa 111.7
Indiana 111.6
Northwestern 107.9
Penn St. 106.9
Minnesota 106.7
Illinois 105.5
Rutgers 103.4
Big West
UC Irvine 103.5
UC Santa Barbara 102.5
Cal St. Fullerton 98.6
Long Beach St. 98.4
Hawaii 98.2
UC Davis 95.3
UC Riverside 93.2
Cal St. Northridge 91.8
Cal Poly 91.0
Colonial Athletic
Hofstra 106.0
Northeastern 104.7
Charleston 103.4
William & Mary 97.4
Delaware 96.7
UNC Wilmington 96.1
James Madison 95.1
Drexel 94.9
Towson 93.8
Elon 89.8
Conference USA
Western Kentucky 104.5
Old Dominion 104.3
North Texas 103.5
Louisiana Tech 102.8
Marshall 102.2
Southern Miss 100.3
UAB 99.5
UTSA 97.4
Florida Int’l. 97.3
Florida Atlantic 96.7
UTEP 94.5
Middle Tennessee 93.4
Rice 92.9
Charlotte 92.8
Horizon
Northern Kentucky 104.6
Wright St. 100.8
IUPUI 98.5
Green Bay 97.8
Detroit 96.8
Illinois Chicago 96.7
Oakland 96.5
Milwaukee 93.6
Cleveland St. 93.1
Youngstown St. 92.8
Ivy
Yale 105.1
Penn 103.2
Harvard 102.9
Brown 102.5
Princeton 100.1
Dartmouth 98.5
Columbia 96.4
Cornell 95.3
Metro Atlantic
Rider 101.7
Iona 97.7
Canisius 95.5
Fairfield 95.3
Quinnipiac 95.3
Marist 95.0
Siena 94.4
Monmouth 94.0
Saint Peter’s 93.0
Niagara 92.7
Manhattan 89.7
Mid-American
Buffalo 113.4
Toledo 106.7
Ball St. 105.6
Akron 103.2
Northern Illinois 102.1
Bowling Green 101.6
Central Michigan 100.9
Kent St. 100.0
Eastern Michigan 99.6
Ohio 99.0
Miami OH 98.9
Western Michigan 97.5
Mideastern Athletic
Norfolk St. 94.2
North Carolina Central 93.8
North Carolina A&T 93.0
Bethune Cookman 92.0
Howard 91.5
Morgan St. 89.9
Florida A&M 89.2
South Carolina St. 89.2
Coppin St. 84.4
Savannah St. 83.8
Maryland Eastern Shore 81.9
Delaware St. 80.9
Missouri Valley
Loyola (Chi.) 105.4
Drake 102.8
Southern Illinois 101.8
Valparaiso 100.3
Evansville 99.5
Illinois St. 99.1
Indiana St. 98.6
Missouri St. 98.5
Northern Iowa 97.7
Bradley 96.7
Mountain West
Nevada 114.5
Utah St. 109.1
Fresno St. 107.9
Boise St. 104.2
San Diego St. 103.1
UNLV 100.8
New Mexico 99.3
Colorado St. 97.5
Air Force 95.2
Wyoming 92.2
San Jose St. 88.3
Northeast
Wagner 96.5
Fairleigh Dickinson 95.8
St. Francis PA 95.3
Sacred Heart 95.3
Long Island 95.1
Robert Morris 94.7
St. Francis (Bkln) 94.1
Central Connecticut 93.7
Mount St. Mary’s 89.0
Bryant 88.9
Ohio Valley
Murray St. 109.0
Belmont 105.1
Austin Peay 103.4
Jacksonville St. 103.4
Eastern Kentucky 96.3
Morehead St. 95.1
Tennessee St. 92.6
Eastern Illinois 92.5
Southeast Missouri St. 92.4
UT Martin 91.1
Tennessee Tech 88.9
SIU Edwardsville 88.8
Pac-12
Oregon 109.7
Washington 109.0
Arizona 108.7
Arizona St. 108.0
Oregon St. 106.8
UCLA 106.5
Colorado 105.7
USC 104.9
Stanford 102.3
Utah 102.2
Washington St. 98.2
California 94.8
Patriot
Bucknell 101.5
Lehigh 100.8
Colgate 99.6
Holy Cross 99.4
American 98.5
Boston University 97.1
Army 95.5
Navy 92.6
Loyola (MD) 92.5
Lafayette 92.3
Southeastern
Tennessee 119.1
Auburn 115.7
Kentucky 114.7
Florida 111.9
Mississippi St. 111.9
LSU 111.1
Mississippi 110.2
Alabama 108.0
Arkansas 107.4
South Carolina 105.5
Vanderbilt 105.3
Texas A&M 104.7
Georgia 104.6
Missouri 104.6
Southern
Wofford 110.4
East Tennessee St. 106.3
Furman 104.9
UNC Greensboro 104.3
Samford 99.9
Mercer 99.0
The Citadel 96.5
Chattanooga 94.2
Western Carolina 92.6
VMI 90.6
Southland
Abilene Christian 99.4
Sam Houston St. 96.8
Lamar 95.8
Stephen F. Austin 95.4
Houston Baptist 94.3
Central Arkansas 94.0
New Orleans 93.9
Nicholls St. 93.0
Texas A&M-CC 92.9
McNeese St. 92.2
Southeastern Louisiana 91.4
Northwestern St. 86.8
Incarnate Word 86.0
Southwestern Athletic
Texas Southern 98.2
Prairie View A&M 93.6
Grambling St. 92.8
Alabama St. 90.7
Arkansas Pine Bluff 90.0
Jackson St. 89.2
Southern 88.0
Alabama A&M 85.0
Alcorn St. 84.4
Mississippi Valley St. 83.9
Summit
South Dakota St. 106.1
Purdue Fort Wayne 100.0
Omaha 98.6
South Dakota 97.7
North Dakota St. 97.1
North Dakota 94.8
Oral Roberts 92.8
Western Illinois 92.6
Denver 92.1
Sun Belt
Georgia St. 104.6
Texas St. 104.1
Georgia Southern 103.5
Louisiana Monroe 101.5
Louisiana 100.8
Coastal Carolina 99.1
Troy 97.8
Appalachian St. 97.2
Little Rock 96.8
South Alabama 96.1
UT Arlington 95.8
Arkansas St. 94.3
West Coast
Gonzaga 120.6
Saint Mary’s 110.6
San Francisco 108.7
BYU 105.5
San Diego 104.8
Loyola Marymount 101.7
Pacific 99.2
Pepperdine 98.7
Santa Clara 97.0
Portland 90.9
Western Athletic
New Mexico St. 106.9
Grand Canyon 104.4
Utah Valley 102.9
Seattle 99.3
Cal St. Bakersfield 98.5
California Baptist 95.9
Missouri Kansas City 95.6
UT Rio Grande Valley 95.0
Chicago St. 82.1

 

PiRate Ratings Alphabetical

Rk Team PiRate
172 Abilene Christian 99.4
251 Air Force 95.2
126 Akron 103.2
56 Alabama 108.0
345 Alabama A&M 85.0
321 Alabama St. 90.7
300 Albany 92.7
346 Alcorn St. 84.4
190 American 98.5
209 Appalachian St. 97.2
54 Arizona 108.7
55 Arizona St. 108.0
61 Arkansas 107.4
327 Arkansas Pine Bluff 90.0
266 Arkansas St. 94.3
242 Army 95.5
10 Auburn 115.7
122 Austin Peay 103.4
84 Ball St. 105.6
51 Baylor 108.9
93 Belmont 105.1
312 Bethune Cookman 92.0
325 Binghamton 90.1
110 Boise St. 104.2
114 Boston College 103.7
212 Boston University 97.1
144 Bowling Green 101.6
223 Bradley 96.7
133 Brown 102.5
335 Bryant 88.9
145 Bucknell 101.5
18 Buffalo 113.4
38 Butler 110.4
90 BYU 105.5
318 Cal Poly 91.0
188 Cal St. Bakersfield 98.5
187 Cal St. Fullerton 98.6
314 Cal St. Northridge 91.8
260 California 94.8
234 California Baptist 95.9
214 Campbell 97.0
243 Canisius 95.5
276 Central Arkansas 94.0
281 Central Connecticut 93.7
46 Central Florida 109.3
149 Central Michigan 100.9
123 Charleston 103.4
239 Charleston Southern 95.7
296 Charlotte 92.8
267 Chattanooga 94.2
351 Chicago St. 82.1
33 Cincinnati 111.5
42 Clemson 109.8
289 Cleveland St. 93.1
180 Coastal Carolina 99.1
167 Colgate 99.6
81 Colorado 105.7
205 Colorado St. 97.5
227 Columbia 96.4
82 Connecticut 105.7
347 Coppin St. 84.4
245 Cornell 95.3
45 Creighton 109.4
189 Dartmouth 98.5
83 Davidson 105.6
64 Dayton 107.0
221 Delaware 96.7
353 Delaware St. 80.9
311 Denver 92.1
115 DePaul 103.7
219 Detroit 96.8
130 Drake 102.8
259 Drexel 94.9
1 Duke 122.9
164 Duquesne 99.9
235 East Carolina 95.9
77 East Tennessee St. 106.3
305 Eastern Illinois 92.5
228 Eastern Kentucky 96.3
169 Eastern Michigan 99.6
280 Eastern Washington 93.8
329 Elon 89.8
170 Evansville 99.5
248 Fairfield 95.3
238 Fairleigh Dickinson 95.8
26 Florida 111.9
331 Florida A&M 89.2
222 Florida Atlantic 96.7
273 Florida Gulf Coast 94.0
208 Florida Int’l. 97.3
23 Florida St. 112.4
216 Fordham 97.0
58 Fresno St. 107.9
95 Furman 104.9
160 Gardner Webb 100.1
120 George Mason 103.4
258 George Washington 94.9
85 Georgetown 105.6
102 Georgia 104.6
118 Georgia Southern 103.5
105 Georgia St. 104.6
72 Georgia Tech 106.6
3 Gonzaga 120.6
295 Grambling St. 92.8
107 Grand Canyon 104.4
198 Green Bay 97.8
229 Hampton 96.2
203 Hartford 97.6
128 Harvard 102.9
197 Hawaii 98.2
215 High Point 97.0
80 Hofstra 106.0
173 Holy Cross 99.4
30 Houston 111.7
265 Houston Baptist 94.3
315 Howard 91.5
323 Idaho 90.3
253 Idaho St. 95.1
88 Illinois 105.5
220 Illinois Chicago 96.7
179 Illinois St. 99.1
343 Incarnate Word 86.0
31 Indiana 111.6
185 Indiana St. 98.6
201 Iona 97.7
29 Iowa 111.7
15 Iowa St. 114.5
192 IUPUI 98.5
333 Jackson St. 89.2
274 Jacksonville 94.0
124 Jacksonville St. 103.4
254 James Madison 95.1
9 Kansas 115.9
44 Kansas St. 109.7
344 Kennesaw St. 85.4
161 Kent St. 100.0
13 Kentucky 114.7
233 La Salle 95.9
308 Lafayette 92.3
237 Lamar 95.8
152 Lehigh 100.8
63 Liberty 107.1
50 Lipscomb 108.9
217 Little Rock 96.8
193 Long Beach St. 98.4
255 Long Island 95.1
268 Longwood 94.2
151 Louisiana 100.8
146 Louisiana Monroe 101.5
131 Louisiana Tech 102.8
24 Louisville 112.2
91 Loyola (Chi.) 105.4
306 Loyola (MD) 92.5
143 Loyola Marymount 101.7
35 LSU 111.1
326 Maine 90.1
330 Manhattan 89.7
257 Marist 95.0
32 Marquette 111.6
137 Marshall 102.2
22 Maryland 112.4
230 Maryland Baltimore Co. 96.1
352 Maryland Eastern Shore 81.9
155 Massachusetts 100.4
310 McNeese St. 92.2
98 Memphis 104.7
182 Mercer 99.0
60 Miami FL 107.6
183 Miami OH 98.9
7 Michigan 116.8
4 Michigan St. 120.2
287 Middle Tennessee 93.4
282 Milwaukee 93.6
69 Minnesota 106.7
40 Mississippi 110.2
28 Mississippi St. 111.9
348 Mississippi Valley St. 83.9
104 Missouri 104.6
241 Missouri Kansas City 95.6
191 Missouri St. 98.5
275 Monmouth 94.0
112 Montana 103.9
270 Montana St. 94.2
252 Morehead St. 95.1
328 Morgan St. 89.9
334 Mount St. Mary’s 89.0
49 Murray St. 109.0
301 Navy 92.6
12 Nebraska 114.8
16 Nevada 114.5
339 New Hampshire 88.1
176 New Mexico 99.3
65 New Mexico St. 106.9
277 New Orleans 93.9
299 Niagara 92.7
290 Nicholls St. 93.0
174 NJIT 99.3
269 Norfolk St. 94.2
324 North Alabama 90.2
6 North Carolina 117.3
292 North Carolina A&T 93.0
278 North Carolina Central 93.8
19 North Carolina St. 113.0
261 North Dakota 94.8
211 North Dakota St. 97.1
194 North Florida 98.4
119 North Texas 103.5
100 Northeastern 104.7
313 Northern Arizona 91.9
177 Northern Colorado 99.2
139 Northern Illinois 102.1
200 Northern Iowa 97.7
103 Northern Kentucky 104.6
57 Northwestern 107.9
341 Northwestern St. 86.8
73 Notre Dame 106.6
225 Oakland 96.5
181 Ohio 99.0
25 Ohio St. 112.0
27 Oklahoma 111.9
87 Oklahoma St. 105.5
108 Old Dominion 104.3
186 Omaha 98.6
297 Oral Roberts 92.8
43 Oregon 109.7
68 Oregon St. 106.8
178 Pacific 99.2
125 Penn 103.2
66 Penn St. 106.9
184 Pepperdine 98.7
71 Pittsburgh 106.6
319 Portland 90.9
285 Portland St. 93.5
283 Prairie View A&M 93.6
210 Presbyterian 97.1
159 Princeton 100.1
74 Providence 106.6
14 Purdue 114.5
163 Purdue Fort Wayne 100.0
249 Quinnipiac 95.3
136 Radford 102.3
113 Rhode Island 103.9
293 Rice 92.9
168 Richmond 99.6
142 Rider 101.7
262 Robert Morris 94.7
121 Rutgers 103.4
271 Sacramento St. 94.1
247 Sacred Heart 95.3
166 Saint Joseph’s 99.8
101 Saint Louis 104.6
37 Saint Mary’s 110.6
291 Saint Peter’s 93.0
218 Sam Houston St. 96.8
165 Samford 99.9
97 San Diego 104.8
127 San Diego St. 103.1
53 San Francisco 108.7
338 San Jose St. 88.3
213 Santa Clara 97.0
349 Savannah St. 83.8
175 Seattle 99.3
52 Seton Hall 108.7
264 Siena 94.4
337 SIU Edwardsville 88.8
86 SMU 105.6
231 South Alabama 96.1
89 South Carolina 105.5
332 South Carolina St. 89.2
202 South Dakota 97.7
78 South Dakota St. 106.1
141 South Florida 101.7
307 Southeast Missouri St. 92.4
316 Southeastern Louisiana 91.4
340 Southern 88.0
140 Southern Illinois 101.8
157 Southern Miss 100.3
284 Southern Utah 93.6
154 St. Bonaventure 100.6
272 St. Francis (Bkln) 94.1
246 St. Francis PA 95.3
41 St. John’s 110.0
135 Stanford 102.3
244 Stephen F. Austin 95.4
342 Stetson 86.7
148 Stony Brook 101.2
34 Syracuse 111.2
20 TCU 113.0
62 Temple 107.1
5 Tennessee 119.1
302 Tennessee St. 92.6
336 Tennessee Tech 88.9
36 Texas 110.9
99 Texas A&M 104.7
294 Texas A&M-CC 92.9
195 Texas Southern 98.2
111 Texas St. 104.1
11 Texas Tech 115.4
224 The Citadel 96.5
70 Toledo 106.7
279 Towson 93.8
199 Troy 97.8
286 Tulane 93.5
134 Tulsa 102.4
171 UAB 99.5
250 UC Davis 95.3
117 UC Irvine 103.5
288 UC Riverside 93.2
132 UC Santa Barbara 102.5
75 UCLA 106.5
240 UMass Lowell 95.7
350 UNC Asheville 83.7
109 UNC Greensboro 104.3
232 UNC Wilmington 96.1
150 UNLV 100.8
96 USC 104.9
320 USC Upstate 90.8
236 UT Arlington 95.8
317 UT Martin 91.1
256 UT Rio Grande Valley 95.0
138 Utah 102.2
47 Utah St. 109.1
129 Utah Valley 102.9
263 UTEP 94.5
206 UTSA 97.4
158 Valparaiso 100.3
92 Vanderbilt 105.3
76 Vermont 106.4
21 Villanova 112.8
2 Virginia 121.6
59 Virginia Commonwealth 107.6
8 Virginia Tech 116.0
322 VMI 90.6
226 Wagner 96.5
147 Wake Forest 101.4
48 Washington 109.0
196 Washington St. 98.2
162 Weber St. 100.0
67 West Virginia 106.8
303 Western Carolina 92.6
304 Western Illinois 92.6
106 Western Kentucky 104.5
204 Western Michigan 97.5
116 Wichita St. 103.6
207 William & Mary 97.4
156 Winthrop 100.4
17 Wisconsin 113.6
39 Wofford 110.4
153 Wright St. 100.8
309 Wyoming 92.2
79 Xavier 106.0
94 Yale 105.1
298 Youngstown St. 92.8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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PiRate Ratings Bracketology For Friday, January 18, 2019

Filed under: College Basketball — Tags: , , , , , , , , , — piratings @ 10:18 am

January 18, 2019

Seed List

Seed Team Conf.
1 Virginia ACC
1 Michigan Big Ten
1 Tennessee SEC
1 Duke ACC
2 Gonzaga WCC
2 Michigan St. Big Ten
2 Houston AAC
2 Texas Tech Big 12
3 Virginia Tech ACC
3 Kentucky SEC
3 Nebraska Big Ten
3 Kansas Big 12
4 North Carolina ACC
4 Buffalo MAC
4 LSU SEC
4 Iowa St. Big 12
5 Purdue Big Ten
5 Auburn SEC
5 Louisville ACC
5 Marquette Big East
6 Maryland Big Ten
6 Wisconsin Big Ten
6 Nevada MWC
6 Villanova Big East
7 Iowa Big Ten
7 TCU Big 12
7 Oklahoma Big 12
7 Ole Miss SEC
8 Wofford SoCon
8 Indiana Big Ten
8 NC State ACC
8 Mississippi St. SEC
9 Florida St. ACC
9 St. John’s (NY) Big East
9 Cincinnati AAC
9 Ohio St. Big Ten
10 Kansas St. Big 12
10 UCF AAC
10 Utah St. MWC
10 Washington Pac-12
11 Florida SEC
11 Murray St. OVC
11 Liberty ASUN
11 Texas Big 12
12 Temple AAC
12 San Francisco WCC
12 Butler Big East
12 Seton Hall Big East
12 Arizona Pac-12
12 VCU Atlantic 10
13 Hofstra CAA
13 North Texas C-USA
13 Yale Ivy League
13 New Mexico St. WAC
14 Radford Big South
14 Georgia St. Sun Belt
14 South Dakota St. Summit League
14 Loyola Chicago MVC
15 Northern Ky. Horizon
15 Montana Big Sky
15 Stony Brook America East
15 UC Irvine Big West
16 Lehigh Patriot
16 Rider MAAC
16 Abilene Christian Southland
16 Texas Southern SWAC
16 Wagner NEC
16 N.C. A&T MEAC

Last Four In

San Francisco WCC
Butler Big East
Seton Hall Big East
Arizona Pac-12

Because Butler and Seton Hall are in the same conference, they cannot meet in the First Four Game in Dayton.  Thus, the expected matchups would be San Francisco vs. Seton Hall and Butler vs. Arizona

 

Last 4 Byes

Washington Pac-12
Florida SEC
Texas Big 12
Temple AAC

 

First 4 OUT

Syracuse ACC
Pittsburgh ACC
Clemson ACC
Alabama SEC

 

Next 4 OUT

Saint Mary’s (CA) WCC
Northwestern Big Ten
Baylor Big 12
Minnesota Big Ten

 

Weakest 4 Automatic Seeds

(#16 seeds headed to Dayton)

Abilene Christian Southland
Texas Southern SWAC
Wagner NEC
N.C. A&T MEAC

 

Multiple Bid Leagues

9 Big Ten
7 Atlantic Coast
7 Big 12
7 Southeastern
5 Big East
4 American
2 Mountain West
2 Pac-12
2 West Coast

 

Our Method:  We use the NCAA’s official Net Ratings to find the 68 teams that the criteria indicates should be in the field and then seed these teams according to how the criteria rates them within the group.

As the season continues, we will begin to handicap these ratings to account for the human equation by trying to estimate each member of the Selection Committee based on where he or she is coming from.  This might bring a little political aspect into the criteria, since the Committee members will actually vote on the teams and only use the criteria as their guidelines.  We expect there to be bias in favor of major conferences.  Also, there are other factors that the Committee will have as a reference, such as winning percentage, strength of schedule, and offensive and defensive efficiency.

Once conference tournament play begins and the low and mid major automatic bids become known, we will include all the factors in our final week of seedings.  Then, on the morning of Selection Sunday, we will have our most extensive final look at what we believe the Committee will submit.

Our selections here are never our own beliefs.  The goal is to try to predict what the 10 members in the Selection Room will decide, and that means trying to predict their inaccuracies.

NCAA Men’s Basketball Selection Committee
Member Position
(Chairman) Bernard Muir Stanford AD
Mitch Barnhart Kentucky AD
Tom Burnett Southland Conf. Commissioner
Janet Cone UNC Asheville AD
Bernadette McGlade Atlantic 10 Conf. Commissioner
Michael O’Brien Toledo AD
Jim Phillips Northwestern AD
Chris Reynolds Bradley AD (VP of Athletics)
Craig Thompson Mountain West Conf. Commissioner
Kevin White Duke AD

 

 

 

 

January 15, 2019

Advanced Basketball Statistics–Fun Stuff for Stats Buffs, Part 2

Last week, we introduced you to the basics of advanced basketball statistics, the Four Factors.

If you missed that feature, you can find it here:

https://piratings.wordpress.com/2019/01/09/advanced-basketball-statistics-fun-stuff-for-stats-buffs/

This week, we hope to explain how to apply advanced stats to individual players. It is a bit more involved, but if you break it down, it is not difficult to understand.

Then, in our final installment next week, we will attempt to explain offensive and defensive efficiency, which is a multiple step process and quite involved, but once you have the formulas placed in a spreadsheet, you can have the same data that the Selection Committee will have in the room when they meet to select the field and seed the teams.

Let’s start with individual statistics.

True Shooting %
The basic shooting stat for an individual is True Shooting Percentage. It incorporates field goal shooting from behind the three-point line, inside the line, and foul shooting into one percentage that provides a decent look at how efficient a player is when he shoots the ball to his basket.

 
The formula for TS% is: College: Pts/(2*(FGA+(.465*FTA))) &

NBA Pts/(2*(FGA+(.44*FTA)))

Example: Let’s take a look at the incredible Markus Howard of Marquette. As of this afternoon (January 15, 2019), Howard has scored 439 points for the season. He has taken 301 field goal attempts and 116 free throw attempts.

439/(2*(301+(.465*116))) = .618 or 61.8%

Let’s now take a look at a big man and how Howard stacks up as a perimeter player. Let’s look at Gonzaga’s Rui Hachimura. As of this afternoon, the Bulldogs’ power forward has scored 374 points on 233 field goal attempts and 117 free throw attempts.

374/(2*(233+(.465*117)))= .651 or 65.1%
Hachimura is a little more efficient in scoring points when he shoots the ball for any reason than Howard, but they are both quite excellent at scoring for their teams.
How do they compare with a couple of all-time greats from the past?

Let’s look at Steph Curry’s and Bill Walton’s final years at Davidson and UCLA respectively.

Curry: 974/(2*(687+(.465*251)))= .606 or 60.6%, not as good as Howard so far this year.

Walton: 522/(2*(349+(.465*100)))=.660 or 66.%, which is a little better than Hachimura.

Hachimura has benefitted from some three-pointers that did not exist when Walton played at UCLA, but Walton would have never attempted a three-point shot playing in the low post for the Bruins. Walton also missed some games his senior year due to knee troubles, and he was a lousy foul shooter his last two years in Westwood, or else his TS% would have been even higher.

Offensive, Defensive, and Total Rebounding Percentage
For an individual player, the formula for offensive rebounding percentage is:

100 * [(Individual Player’s Offensive Rebounds * (Team Minutes Played/5)) / (Individual Player’s Minutes Played * (Team Offensive Rebounds + Opposing Team Defensive Rebounds))]

The formula looks bulky but it is quite easy to calculate and once you plug them into a spreadsheet, it is a quick process.

Defensive Rebounding percentage is just the opposite formula
100 * [(Individual Player’s Defensive Rebounds * (Team Minutes Played/5)) / (Individual Player’s Minutes Played * (Team Defensive Rebounds + Opposing Team Offensive Rebounds))]

And Total Rebounding Rebounding Percentage brings the whole into the parts.
100 * [(Individual Player’s Total Rebounds * Team Minutes Played/5) / (Individual Player’s Minutes Played * (Team Total Rebounds + Opposing Team Total Rebounds))]

Examples: Let’s compare the key board men from the hot rivals in the Big Ten: Kenny Goins of Michigan State and Jon Teske of Michigan

Goins offensive rebounding: 100 * [(41*3425/5)) / (450 * (201 + 356))] = 11.2%
Goins defensive rebounding: 100* [(119*3425/5)) / 450 * (543 + 185))] = 24.9%
Goins total rebounding: 100 * [(160 * 3425/5) / (450 * (744 + 541))] = 19.0%

Teske offensive rebounding: 100 * [(31 * 3400/5)) / (458 * (156 + 415))] = 8.1%
Teske defensive rebounding: 100 * [(82 * 3400/5)) / (458 * (463+135))] = 20.4%
Teske total rebounding: 100 * [(113 * 3400/5)) / (450 * (619+550))] = 14.6%

Because Michigan and Michigan State have played comparable schedules this year, Goins is a little better on both the offensive and defensive glass than the seven-foot Teske.

For what it is worth, Blake Griffin’s total rebounding percentage in 2009 at Oklahoma was 24.0, so Goins and Teske are not quite up to his lofty standards.

Turnover Percentage

The formula for individual TOV% is: 100 * TOV / (FGA + (.465 * FTA) + TOV)

It is rather simple to calculate, but it has its limitations, because point guards handle the ball much more per possession than other players, and this formula does not include assists which might show that it is worth a couple extra points of TOV% for a point guard to have higher numbers of assists. Additionally, some point guards do not attempt many shots, so the denominator of this equation is skewed too low.

We’ll combine this stat with the next stat to come up with an improvement over assist to turnover rate.

Let’s look at a couple of outstanding playmakers–Cassius Winston of Michigan State and Jared Harper of Auburn.

Winston: 100 * 42 / (205 + (.465 * 69) + 42) = 15.0%
Harper: 100 * 32 / (183 + (.465 * 53) + 32) = 13.4%

Assist Percentage
Now we give the playmakers a chance to shine and balance out the bad turnover percentages they receive for having possession of the ball more than others (like a running back in football will fumble the ball more than the tight end per team possession).
The formula for individial AST% is: 100 * AST / (((MP / (Team MP/5)) * Team FG) – FG)

Winston: 100 * 125 / (((528/(3425/5)) * 517) – 100) = 41.9%
Harper: 100 * 101 / (((506/(3050/5)) * 452) -69) = 33.0%

Assist Percentage to Turnover Percentage

Simply divide AST%/TOV% to get a better ratio than the standard AST/TOV.

Winston: 41.9/15.0 = 2.8
Harper: 33.0/13.4 = 2.5

Both of these rates are outstanding. For Michigan State, the Spartans have an outstanding playmaker in Winston, an outstanding dominator on the glass in Goins, and an outstanding group of shooters and defenders. Coach Tom Izzo has a Final Four caliber team for sure.

Block Percentage
Blocks are very important defensive tools. Obviously every time a player blocks a shot, it is also a missed field goal attempt for the other team. Obviously, a blocked shot is not as valuable as the non-blocked missed field goal attempt, because not every blocked shot would have been a made shot, and more blocked shots become offensive rebounds or offensive team rebounds than regular missed shots. However, an intimidator underneath the basket can influence a lot of shots that he does not block, thus lowering non-blocked field goal percentages. There are multiple algorithms used to calculate how valuable a blocked shot is worth in points with and without the inclusion of intimidation.

We like to compare this variable to baseball’s stolen base variable, where traditional sabermetrics lovers hate the stolen base attempt due to the effects on WAR not being great and needing a base stealer that can consistently steal better than 75% of the bases he attempts. They don’t factor in the extracurricular events such as middle infielders having to cheat a step closer to second base, pitchers worried about throwing off-speed (non fastball) pitches, pitchers having to throw to first a lot to reduce leads, and even the first baseman having to delay by a fraction of a second before moving out to cover his area.

For instance, when Maury Wills was stealing bases left and right for the Los Angeles Dodgers in the early 1960’s, Jim Gilliam benefited from being the next batter in the batting order. Gilliam liked to take a lot of pitches, so taking a couple to give Wills a chance to steal didn’t harm him. Actually, because pitchers worried so much, Gilliam was frequently ahead in the count. A veteran with a 2-0 count can hit about 100 points higher than when he has an 0-2 count. Also, Gilliam was an excellent placement hitter. He could hit the ball in the open space created by the first baseman holding Wills on base. When the switch-hitting Gilliam faced a left-handed batter, and the second baseman was covering the bag, while the first baseman was holding Wills on, Gilliam saw a monstrous hole to slap grounders towards right field that allowed Wills to take third base.

Editorial over

Here is the formula for Block Percentage
100 * (Blk * (Team MP/5)) / (MP * (Opponents FGA – Opponents 3-Point Attempts))

Example: Brandon Clarke of Gonzaga is a true intimidator in the paint. His ability to swat balls away has helped the Zags hold teams to just 38.8% field goal shooting. Here is his BLK%.

100 * (58 * (3600/5)) / 497 * (1148-418) = 11.5%

When a player has a double digit BLK%, it is almost a fact that he is also an intimidator in the paint, which means other teams will miss three or four shots that they normally would make against other teams. This is in addition to the blocks that would have been made baskets had they not been blocked.
If an opposing team normally averages 27 field goals on 58 attempts for 46.6%, but with Clarke’s blocks and intimidation this opponent hits only 21 of their 58 attempts for 36.2%. That is a 10% difference created mostly by one intimidating player. Block percentage is one of the most underrated defensive tools in basketball.

Steal Percentage
The steal is a dying art but for a reason. Ninety-five to ninety-nine percent of the time, the steal comes from an intercepted pass and not from a player actually stealing the ball off a player’s dribble. So, steals should be renamed as interceptions like in football. Because so many teams cannot pass the ball worth a darn these days, steals have been dropping in number for several years. This does not mean that the monotonous dribbling of the ball is the way for offenses to score. It is easier to guard the movement of a dribbled ball opposed to the movement of a passed ball, because a dribbler can rarely exceed 15 MPH, while a weak pass is double that speed and a crisp pass is triple that speed or more. When you see a player dribble the ball all the way up the floor on a fast break attempt, he is actually hurting his team’s chances of scoring points on that break. Two quick passes up the floor can result in a wide open basket and/or defensive foul. Many times, the dribbling player is the last of the 10 players to enter the scoring zone, and then the fast break is dead.

Once again editorial over.

The formula for steal percentage is: (100 * Steals * (Team MP/5)) / (Player MP * Opponents Possessions)

You can find team possessions in many locations today, but if you need to calculate this from scratch, team possessions can be very accurately estimated by this calculation:

FGA + (.465 * FTA) – Off. Rebounds + Turnovers {for college}

FGA + (.44 * FTA) – Off. Rebounds + Turnovers {for NBA}

If you are trying to calculate this for your high school, middle school, or youth league team, you will have to adjust the constant that you multiple with FTA. Unfortunately, we do not know what to use for the constants.

Example: Tremont Waters of LSU has come close this year to recording a triple double the hard way with points, assists, and steals. He needed two more steals against UL-Monroe to pull off a feat that is extremely rare in the 21st Century.
Here is Waters’ Steal %.
(100 * 45 * 3050/5) (478 * 1088) = 5.28%

This is an excellent percentage, but it does not approach the percentages of past years, especially when more teams used full-court pressure defense for 40 minutes per game. Some of the Kentucky players under Coach Rick Pitino exceeded 6%.

Usage Percentage
Usage percentage attempts tp gauge the percentage of team plays in which a specific player was key to the possession. It actually measures percentage of team plays USED by an individual while he was on the floor.

The formula for USG % is: 100 * ((FGA + (.465*FTA) + TOV) * (Team MP/5)) / (MP * (Team FGA + (.465* Team FTA)+Team TOV))

Example: Carsen Edwards of Purdue is heavily involved in all of the Boilermakers’ possessions.

100 * ((313 + (.465 * 90) + 52) * (3225/5)) / (537 * (985 + (.465*194)+174)) = 39.1%

At the same time, teammate Ryan Cline plays about the same number of minutes per game but has a USG% that is less than half of Edwards. Thus, Edwards is vital to Purdue’s offensive success. If Edwards gets in foul trouble, Purdue is in much worse shape than if Cline gets in foul trouble. Of course, Matt Painter doesn’t want either star getting into foul trouble, as they both play better than 33 minutes per game.

In our final installment of Fun Stuff for Stats Buffs, we will attempt to explain offensive and defensive efficiency ratings, the big advance metric that the Selection Committee will use as part of their selection and seeding criteria. It is quite bulky and involves multiple steps to figure. If you ever tried to calculate Base Runs in baseball, you know how involved that calculation was. oRAT and dRAT make base runs calculations look like simple addition.

January 14, 2019

PiRate Ratings College Basketball For Monday, January 14, 2019

Filed under: College Basketball — Tags: , , , , , , , , , — piratings @ 11:13 am

This Week’s PiRate Ratings

Rk Team PiRate Conf
1 Duke 123.8 ACC
2 Gonzaga 120.8 WCC
3 Virginia 120.7 ACC
4 Michigan St. 119.9 B10
5 Tennessee 118.9 SEC
6 North Carolina 117.7 ACC
7 Michigan 116.6 B10
8 Virginia Tech 116.5 ACC
9 Kansas 116.1 B12
10 Texas Tech 115.9 B12
11 Auburn 115.2 SEC
12 Nevada 114.8 MWC
13 Nebraska 114.2 B10
14 Kentucky 114.1 SEC
15 Iowa St. 113.9 B12
16 North Carolina St. 113.8 ACC
17 Wisconsin 113.7 B10
18 Purdue 113.7 B10
19 Buffalo 113.5 MAC
20 Florida St. 113.1 ACC
21 Oklahoma 112.8 B12
22 Villanova 112.7 BE
23 Indiana 112.4 B10
24 Maryland 112.2 B10
25 Louisville 112.1 ACC
26 Ohio St. 112.0 B10
27 Florida 112.0 SEC
28 TCU 111.9 B12
29 Mississippi St. 111.8 SEC
30 Cincinnati 111.7 Amer
31 Marquette 111.6 BE
32 Iowa 111.3 B10
33 Houston 111.1 Amer
34 Mississippi 110.8 SEC
35 Texas 110.6 B12
36 Saint Mary’s 110.4 WCC
37 Wofford 110.3 SC
38 Syracuse 110.3 ACC
39 Creighton 110.2 BE
40 LSU 110.1 SEC
41 Butler 109.9 BE
42 Central Florida 109.9 Amer
43 St. John’s 109.7 BE
44 Clemson 109.4 ACC
45 Oregon 109.2 P12
46 Arizona 109.0 P12
47 Seton Hall 109.0 BE
48 San Francisco 108.9 WCC
49 Washington 108.9 P12
50 Kansas St. 108.8 B12
51 Utah St. 108.8 MWC
52 Baylor 108.6 B12
53 Murray St. 108.3 OVC
54 Arizona St. 108.2 P12
55 Lipscomb 108.1 ASun
56 Northwestern 108.0 B10
57 Minnesota 107.9 B10
58 Miami (Fla.) 107.8 ACC
59 Fresno St. 107.7 MWC
60 West Virginia 107.7 B12
61 Virginia Commonwealth 107.5 A10
62 Arkansas 107.4 SEC
63 Alabama 107.4 SEC
64 Penn St. 107.2 B10
65 Georgia Tech 107.0 ACC
66 East Tennessee St. 107.0 SC
67 Temple 106.9 Amer
68 Dayton 106.9 A10
69 Liberty 106.7 ASun
70 Oregon St. 106.7 P12
71 Toledo 106.6 MAC
72 UCLA 106.4 P12
73 Vermont 106.4 AE
74 South Dakota St. 106.3 Sum
75 Notre Dame 106.2 ACC
76 Providence 106.2 BE
77 SMU 106.1 Amer
78 Xavier 106.0 BE
79 Connecticut 105.9 Amer
80 Hofstra 105.8 CAA
81 Vanderbilt 105.8 SEC
82 Pittsburgh 105.8 ACC
83 Oklahoma St. 105.8 B12
84 New Mexico St. 105.7 WAC
85 Davidson 105.7 A10
86 Colorado 105.7 P12
87 Ball St. 105.5 MAC
88 Georgetown 105.5 BE
89 Texas A&M 105.5 SEC
90 Belmont 105.4 OVC
91 Georgia 105.3 SEC
92 Western Kentucky 105.3 CUSA
93 BYU 105.2 WCC
94 Yale 105.1 Ivy
95 South Carolina 105.1 SEC
96 Missouri 105.0 SEC
97 USC 105.0 P12
98 Loyola (Chi.) 104.9 MVC
99 Furman 104.9 SC
100 Memphis 104.7 Amer
101 Georgia St. 104.7 SB
102 Saint Louis 104.6 A10
103 Old Dominion 104.5 CUSA
104 DePaul 104.5 BE
105 Northeastern 104.5 CAA
106 UC Irvine 104.4 BW
107 Illinois 104.4 B10
108 Rutgers 104.3 B10
109 Northern Kentucky 104.3 Horz
110 Montana 104.2 BSky
111 Grand Canyon 104.2 WAC
112 San Diego 104.1 WCC
113 UNC Greensboro 104.0 SC
114 Rhode Island 103.9 A10
115 Boise St. 103.8 MWC
116 Texas St. 103.7 SB
117 Boston College 103.7 ACC
118 North Texas 103.6 CUSA
119 Austin Peay 103.5 OVC
120 Charleston 103.5 CAA
121 Akron 103.4 MAC
122 Georgia Southern 103.3 SB
123 Penn 103.1 Ivy
124 Harvard 103.0 Ivy
125 Wichita St. 103.0 Amer
126 Jacksonville St. 102.9 OVC
127 Northern Illinois 102.8 MAC
128 George Mason 102.8 A10
129 Stanford 102.7 P12
130 San Diego St. 102.5 MWC
131 Utah Valley 102.4 WAC
132 Louisiana Tech 102.4 CUSA
133 Brown 102.3 Ivy
134 Utah 102.2 P12
135 Marshall 102.2 CUSA
136 Tulsa 102.1 Amer
137 UC Santa Barbara 102.1 BW
138 Southern Illinois 101.9 MVC
139 Drake 101.8 MVC
140 Winthrop 101.7 BSth
141 Rider 101.6 MAAC
142 Loyola Marymount 101.6 WCC
143 Bowling Green 101.6 MAC
144 Radford 101.5 BSth
145 UNLV 101.5 MWC
146 Louisiana Monroe 101.4 SB
147 South Florida 101.4 Amer
148 Stony Brook 101.1 AE
149 Bucknell 101.1 Pat
150 Wake Forest 100.9 ACC
151 Valparaiso 100.9 MVC
152 Louisiana 100.8 SB
153 St. Bonaventure 100.8 A10
154 Lehigh 100.8 Pat
155 Gardner Webb 100.8 BSth
156 Massachusetts 100.7 A10
157 Wright St. 100.7 Horz
158 Seattle 100.3 WAC
159 Southern Miss 100.3 CUSA
160 Purdue Fort Wayne 100.2 Sum
161 Princeton 100.1 Ivy
162 Richmond 100.0 A10
163 Colgate 99.9 Pat
164 Samford 99.9 SC
165 New Mexico 99.9 MWC
166 Central Michigan 99.9 MAC
167 Ohio 99.8 MAC
168 Holy Cross 99.8 Pat
169 NJIT 99.8 ASun
170 Saint Joseph’s 99.7 A10
171 Weber St. 99.6 BSky
172 Eastern Michigan 99.4 MAC
173 Abilene Christian 99.3 Slnd
174 Duquesne 99.3 A10
175 Mercer 99.3 SC
176 UAB 99.3 CUSA
177 Illinois St. 99.2 MVC
178 Kent St. 99.2 MAC
179 Northern Colorado 99.2 BSky
180 Coastal Carolina 99.1 SB
181 Missouri St. 99.1 MVC
182 Pacific 99.0 WCC
183 Evansville 98.9 MVC
184 Pepperdine 98.9 WCC
185 Miami (O) 98.9 MAC
186 Indiana St. 98.8 MVC
187 Cal St. Bakersfield 98.8 WAC
188 Cal St. Fullerton 98.7 BW
189 Dartmouth 98.5 Ivy
190 American 98.4 Pat
191 Omaha 98.3 Sum
192 Texas Southern 98.3 SWAC
193 North Florida 98.2 ASun
194 Green Bay 98.1 Horz
195 IUPUI 98.1 Horz
196 Troy 98.1 SB
197 Hawaii 98.0 BW
198 North Dakota St. 97.9 Sum
199 UTSA 97.8 CUSA
200 Hartford 97.7 AE
201 South Dakota 97.6 Sum
202 Bradley 97.6 MVC
203 Iona 97.6 MAAC
204 Northern Iowa 97.6 MVC
205 Long Beach St. 97.5 BW
206 Colorado St. 97.4 MWC
207 Boston University 97.4 Pat
208 Washington St. 97.3 P12
209 William & Mary 97.3 CAA
210 Illinois Chicago 97.3 Horz
211 Western Michigan 97.3 MAC
212 Santa Clara 97.2 WCC
213 Appalachian St. 97.2 SB
214 Little Rock 97.1 SB
215 Fordham 97.0 A10
216 Hampton 97.0 BSth
217 Florida Atlantic 96.8 CUSA
218 Campbell 96.7 BSth
219 High Point 96.6 BSth
220 Delaware 96.6 CAA
221 Detroit 96.6 Horz
222 Florida Int’l. 96.6 CUSA
223 Oakland 96.6 Horz
224 Columbia 96.5 Ivy
225 Wagner 96.5 NEC
226 Presbyterian 96.5 BSth
227 La Salle 96.4 A10
228 UNC Wilmington 96.3 CAA
229 Lamar 96.3 Slnd
230 The Citadel 96.2 SC
231 South Alabama 96.1 SB
232 Sam Houston St. 96.0 Slnd
233 East Carolina 96.0 Amer
234 UC Davis 95.9 BW
235 Fairfield 95.9 MAAC
236 California Baptist 95.9 WAC
237 Fairleigh Dickinson 95.9 NEC
238 Stephen F. Austin 95.8 Slnd
239 UT Arlington 95.7 SB
240 California 95.7 P12
241 Charleston Southern 95.6 BSth
242 Quinnipiac 95.6 MAAC
243 Canisius 95.6 MAAC
244 Maryland Baltimore Co. 95.5 AE
245 St. Francis PA 95.5 NEC
246 Idaho St. 95.5 BSky
247 UT Rio Grande Valley 95.4 WAC
248 Eastern Kentucky 95.4 OVC
249 Cornell 95.4 Ivy
250 UMass Lowell 95.3 AE
251 Sacred Heart 95.3 NEC
252 James Madison 95.2 CAA
253 Marist 95.2 MAAC
254 Long Island 95.2 NEC
255 Missouri Kansas City 95.1 WAC
256 Morehead St. 95.1 OVC
257 Army 95.1 Pat
258 Drexel 94.9 CAA
259 Robert Morris 94.8 NEC
260 UTEP 94.7 CUSA
261 Siena 94.6 MAAC
262 Arkansas St. 94.6 SB
263 North Dakota 94.5 Sum
264 George Washington 94.5 A10
265 Jacksonville 94.4 ASun
266 Air Force 94.4 MWC
267 North Carolina Central 94.3 MEAC
268 Houston Baptist 94.2 Slnd
269 Montana St. 94.2 BSky
270 Norfolk St. 94.2 MEAC
271 St. Francis (BKN) 94.1 NEC
272 Portland St. 94.1 BSky
273 Chattanooga 94.1 SC
274 Florida Gulf Coast 94.0 ASun
275 Sacramento St. 93.9 BSky
276 Eastern Washington 93.9 BSky
277 Towson 93.9 CAA
278 Prairie View A&M 93.8 SWAC
279 Texas A&M CC 93.7 Slnd
280 Tulane 93.7 Amer
281 Central Connecticut 93.6 NEC
282 Nicholls St. 93.6 Slnd
283 New Orleans 93.5 Slnd
284 Saint Peter’s 93.5 MAAC
285 Cleveland St. 93.4 Horz
286 Central Arkansas 93.4 Slnd
287 Middle Tennessee 93.2 CUSA
288 Southern Utah 93.2 BSky
289 Eastern Illinois 93.1 OVC
290 Monmouth 93.1 MAAC
291 Milwaukee 93.1 Horz
292 UC Riverside 93.1 BW
293 Western Illinois 93.0 Sum
294 Longwood 93.0 BSth
295 Niagara 93.0 MAAC
296 Lafayette 93.0 Pat
297 Albany 92.9 AE
298 Rice 92.9 CUSA
299 Youngstown St. 92.8 Horz
300 North Carolina A&T 92.7 MEAC
301 Oral Roberts 92.7 Sum
302 Charlotte 92.7 CUSA
303 Western Carolina 92.6 SC
304 Southeast Missouri St. 92.4 OVC
305 Wyoming 92.3 MWC
306 Northern Arizona 92.2 BSky
307 Loyola (MD.) 92.2 Pat
308 Bethune Cookman 92.2 MEAC
309 Navy 92.0 Pat
310 Howard 92.0 MEAC
311 Tennessee Martin 92.0 OVC
312 McNeese St. 91.9 Slnd
313 Grambling 91.8 SWAC
314 Cal St. Northridge 91.8 BW
315 Tennessee St. 91.7 OVC
316 Denver 91.5 Sum
317 Portland 91.3 WCC
318 USC Upstate 91.1 BSth
319 Southeastern Louisiana 91.1 Slnd
320 Cal Poly 91.0 BW
321 Binghamton 90.7 AE
322 Alabama St. 90.6 SWAC
323 Arkansas Pine Bluff 90.5 SWAC
324 Idaho 90.3 BSky
325 Maine 90.0 AE
326 Elon 89.9 CAA
327 Tennessee Tech 89.7 OVC
328 North Alabama 89.6 ASun
329 VMI 89.6 SC
330 Manhattan 89.5 MAAC
331 Morgan St. 89.5 MEAC
332 Florida A&M 89.1 MEAC
333 South Carolina St. 89.1 MEAC
334 Bryant 89.0 NEC
335 Mount St. Mary’s 89.0 NEC
336 Jackson St. 88.9 SWAC
337 SIU Edwardsville 88.8 OVC
338 San Jose St. 88.4 MWC
339 New Hampshire 88.3 AE
340 Southern 87.9 SWAC
341 Northwestern St. 86.9 Slnd
342 Incarnate Word 86.8 Slnd
343 Stetson 86.8 ASun
344 Kennesaw St. 85.8 ASun
345 Alcorn St. 85.6 SWAC
346 Alabama A&M 84.5 SWAC
347 UNC Asheville 84.4 BSth
348 Coppin St. 84.3 MEAC
349 Savannah St. 84.0 MEAC
350 Mississippi Valley St. 83.8 SWAC
351 Chicago St. 82.6 WAC
352 Maryland Eastern Shore 82.1 MEAC
353 Delaware St. 80.3 MEAC

 

Ratings By Conference

America East
Vermont 106.4
Stony Brook 101.1
Hartford 97.7
Maryland Baltimore Co. 95.5
UMass Lowell 95.3
Albany 92.9
Binghamton 90.7
Maine 90.0
New Hampshire 88.3
American Athletic
Cincinnati 111.7
Houston 111.1
Central Florida 109.9
Temple 106.9
SMU 106.1
Connecticut 105.9
Memphis 104.7
Wichita St. 103.0
Tulsa 102.1
South Florida 101.4
East Carolina 96.0
Tulane 93.7
Atlantic 10
Virginia Commonwealth 107.5
Dayton 106.9
Davidson 105.7
Saint Louis 104.6
Rhode Island 103.9
George Mason 102.8
St. Bonaventure 100.8
Massachusetts 100.7
Richmond 100.0
Saint Joseph’s 99.7
Duquesne 99.3
Fordham 97.0
La Salle 96.4
George Washington 94.5
Atlantic Coast
Duke 123.8
Virginia 120.7
North Carolina 117.7
Virginia Tech 116.5
North Carolina St. 113.8
Florida St. 113.1
Louisville 112.1
Syracuse 110.3
Clemson 109.4
Miami (Fla.) 107.8
Georgia Tech 107.0
Notre Dame 106.2
Pittsburgh 105.8
Boston College 103.7
Wake Forest 100.9
Atlantic Sun
Lipscomb 108.1
Liberty 106.7
NJIT 99.8
North Florida 98.2
Jacksonville 94.4
Florida Gulf Coast 94.0
North Alabama 89.6
Stetson 86.8
Kennesaw St. 85.8
Big 12
Kansas 116.1
Texas Tech 115.9
Iowa St. 113.9
Oklahoma 112.8
TCU 111.9
Texas 110.6
Kansas St. 108.8
Baylor 108.6
West Virginia 107.7
Oklahoma St. 105.8
Big East
Villanova 112.7
Marquette 111.6
Creighton 110.2
Butler 109.9
St. John’s 109.7
Seton Hall 109.0
Providence 106.2
Xavier 106.0
Georgetown 105.5
DePaul 104.5
Big Sky
Montana 104.2
Weber St. 99.6
Northern Colorado 99.2
Idaho St. 95.5
Montana St. 94.2
Portland St. 94.1
Sacramento St. 93.9
Eastern Washington 93.9
Southern Utah 93.2
Northern Arizona 92.2
Idaho 90.3
Big South
Winthrop 101.7
Radford 101.5
Gardner Webb 100.8
Hampton 97.0
Campbell 96.7
High Point 96.6
Presbyterian 96.5
Charleston Southern 95.6
Longwood 93.0
USC Upstate 91.1
UNC Asheville 84.4
Big Ten
Michigan St. 119.9
Michigan 116.6
Nebraska 114.2
Wisconsin 113.7
Purdue 113.7
Indiana 112.4
Maryland 112.2
Ohio St. 112.0
Iowa 111.3
Northwestern 108.0
Minnesota 107.9
Penn St. 107.2
Illinois 104.4
Rutgers 104.3
Big West
UC Irvine 104.4
UC Santa Barbara 102.1
Cal St. Fullerton 98.7
Hawaii 98.0
Long Beach St. 97.5
UC Davis 95.9
UC Riverside 93.1
Cal St. Northridge 91.8
Cal Poly 91.0
Colonial Athletic
Hofstra 105.8
Northeastern 104.5
Charleston 103.5
William & Mary 97.3
Delaware 96.6
UNC Wilmington 96.3
James Madison 95.2
Drexel 94.9
Towson 93.9
Elon 89.9
Conference USA
Western Kentucky 105.3
Old Dominion 104.5
North Texas 103.6
Louisiana Tech 102.4
Marshall 102.2
Southern Miss 100.3
UAB 99.3
UTSA 97.8
Florida Atlantic 96.8
Florida Int’l. 96.6
UTEP 94.7
Middle Tennessee 93.2
Rice 92.9
Charlotte 92.7
Horizon
Northern Kentucky 104.3
Wright St. 100.7
Green Bay 98.1
IUPUI 98.1
Illinois Chicago 97.3
Detroit 96.6
Oakland 96.6
Cleveland St. 93.4
Milwaukee 93.1
Youngstown St. 92.8
Ivy
Yale 105.1
Penn 103.1
Harvard 103.0
Brown 102.3
Princeton 100.1
Dartmouth 98.5
Columbia 96.5
Cornell 95.4
Metro Atlantic
Rider 101.6
Iona 97.6
Fairfield 95.9
Quinnipiac 95.6
Canisius 95.6
Marist 95.2
Siena 94.6
Saint Peter’s 93.5
Monmouth 93.1
Niagara 93.0
Manhattan 89.5
Mid-American
Buffalo 113.5
Toledo 106.6
Ball St. 105.5
Akron 103.4
Northern Illinois 102.8
Bowling Green 101.6
Central Michigan 99.9
Ohio 99.8
Eastern Michigan 99.4
Kent St. 99.2
Miami (O) 98.9
Western Michigan 97.3
Mideastern Athletic
North Carolina Central 94.3
Norfolk St. 94.2
North Carolina A&T 92.7
Bethune Cookman 92.2
Howard 92.0
Morgan St. 89.5
Florida A&M 89.1
South Carolina St. 89.1
Coppin St. 84.3
Savannah St. 84.0
Maryland Eastern Shore 82.1
Delaware St. 80.3
Missouri Valley
Loyola (Chi.) 104.9
Southern Illinois 101.9
Drake 101.8
Valparaiso 100.9
Illinois St. 99.2
Missouri St. 99.1
Evansville 98.9
Indiana St. 98.8
Bradley 97.6
Northern Iowa 97.6
Mountain West
Nevada 114.8
Utah St. 108.8
Fresno St. 107.7
Boise St. 103.8
San Diego St. 102.5
UNLV 101.5
New Mexico 99.9
Colorado St. 97.4
Air Force 94.4
Wyoming 92.3
San Jose St. 88.4
Northeast
Wagner 96.5
Fairleigh Dickinson 95.9
St. Francis PA 95.5
Sacred Heart 95.3
Long Island 95.2
Robert Morris 94.8
St. Francis (BKN) 94.1
Central Connecticut 93.6
Bryant 89.0
Mount St. Mary’s 89.0
Ohio Valley
Murray St. 108.3
Belmont 105.4
Austin Peay 103.5
Jacksonville St. 102.9
Eastern Kentucky 95.4
Morehead St. 95.1
Eastern Illinois 93.1
Southeast Missouri St. 92.4
Tennessee Martin 92.0
Tennessee St. 91.7
Tennessee Tech 89.7
SIU Edwardsville 88.8
Pac-12
Oregon 109.2
Arizona 109.0
Washington 108.9
Arizona St. 108.2
Oregon St. 106.7
UCLA 106.4
Colorado 105.7
USC 105.0
Stanford 102.7
Utah 102.2
Washington St. 97.3
California 95.7
Patriot
Bucknell 101.1
Lehigh 100.8
Colgate 99.9
Holy Cross 99.8
American 98.4
Boston University 97.4
Army 95.1
Lafayette 93.0
Loyola (MD.) 92.2
Navy 92.0
Southeastern
Tennessee 118.9
Auburn 115.2
Kentucky 114.1
Florida 112.0
Mississippi St. 111.8
Mississippi 110.8
LSU 110.1
Arkansas 107.4
Alabama 107.4
Vanderbilt 105.8
Texas A&M 105.5
Georgia 105.3
South Carolina 105.1
Missouri 105.0
Southern
Wofford 110.3
East Tennessee St. 107.0
Furman 104.9
UNC Greensboro 104.0
Samford 99.9
Mercer 99.3
The Citadel 96.2
Chattanooga 94.1
Western Carolina 92.6
VMI 89.6
Southland
Abilene Christian 99.3
Lamar 96.3
Sam Houston St. 96.0
Stephen F. Austin 95.8
Houston Baptist 94.2
Texas A&M CC 93.7
Nicholls St. 93.6
New Orleans 93.5
Central Arkansas 93.4
McNeese St. 91.9
Southeastern Louisiana 91.1
Northwestern St. 86.9
Incarnate Word 86.8
Southwestern Athletic
Texas Southern 98.3
Prairie View A&M 93.8
Grambling 91.8
Alabama St. 90.6
Arkansas Pine Bluff 90.5
Jackson St. 88.9
Southern 87.9
Alcorn St. 85.6
Alabama A&M 84.5
Mississippi Valley St. 83.8
Summit
South Dakota St. 106.3
Purdue Fort Wayne 100.2
Omaha 98.3
North Dakota St. 97.9
South Dakota 97.6
North Dakota 94.5
Western Illinois 93.0
Oral Roberts 92.7
Denver 91.5
Sun Belt
Georgia St. 104.7
Texas St. 103.7
Georgia Southern 103.3
Louisiana Monroe 101.4
Louisiana 100.8
Coastal Carolina 99.1
Troy 98.1
Appalachian St. 97.2
Little Rock 97.1
South Alabama 96.1
UT Arlington 95.7
Arkansas St. 94.6
West Coast
Gonzaga 120.8
Saint Mary’s 110.4
San Francisco 108.9
BYU 105.2
San Diego 104.1
Loyola Marymount 101.6
Pacific 99.0
Pepperdine 98.9
Santa Clara 97.2
Portland 91.3
Western Athletic
New Mexico St. 105.7
Grand Canyon 104.2
Utah Valley 102.4
Seattle 100.3
Cal St. Bakersfield 98.8
California Baptist 95.9
UT Rio Grande Valley 95.4
Missouri Kansas City 95.1
Chicago St. 82.6

 

Conference Ratings

1 Atlantic Coast 111.3
2 Big Ten 111.3
3 Big 12 111.2
4 Southeastern 109.6
5 Big East 108.5
6 Pac-12 104.8
7 American Athletic 104.4
8 West Coast 103.8
9 Mid-American 102.3
10 Atlantic 10 101.4
11 Mountain West 101.1
12 Ivy 100.5
13 Missouri Valley 100.1
14 Southern 99.8
15 Sun Belt 99.3
16 Conference USA 98.7
17 Colonial Athletic 97.8
18 Western Athletic 97.8
19 Horizon 97.1
20 Patriot 97.0
21 Big West 96.9
22 Summit 96.9
23 Ohio Valley 96.5
24 Atlantic Sun 95.9
25 Big South 95.9
26 Big Sky 95.5
27 America East 95.3
28 Metro Atlantic 95.0
29 Northeast 93.9
30 Southland 93.3
31 Southwestern Athletic 89.6
32 Mideastern Athletic 88.6

 

PiRate Ratings Alphabetical Listing

Rk Team PiRate Conf
173 Abilene Christian 99.3 Slnd
266 Air Force 94.4 MWC
121 Akron 103.4 MAC
63 Alabama 107.4 SEC
346 Alabama A&M 84.5 SWAC
322 Alabama St. 90.6 SWAC
297 Albany 92.9 AE
345 Alcorn St. 85.6 SWAC
190 American 98.4 Pat
213 Appalachian St. 97.2 SB
46 Arizona 109.0 P12
54 Arizona St. 108.2 P12
62 Arkansas 107.4 SEC
323 Arkansas Pine Bluff 90.5 SWAC
262 Arkansas St. 94.6 SB
257 Army 95.1 Pat
11 Auburn 115.2 SEC
119 Austin Peay 103.5 OVC
87 Ball St. 105.5 MAC
52 Baylor 108.6 B12
90 Belmont 105.4 OVC
308 Bethune Cookman 92.2 MEAC
321 Binghamton 90.7 AE
115 Boise St. 103.8 MWC
117 Boston College 103.7 ACC
207 Boston University 97.4 Pat
143 Bowling Green 101.6 MAC
202 Bradley 97.6 MVC
133 Brown 102.3 Ivy
334 Bryant 89.0 NEC
149 Bucknell 101.1 Pat
19 Buffalo 113.5 MAC
41 Butler 109.9 BE
93 BYU 105.2 WCC
320 Cal Poly 91.0 BW
187 Cal St. Bakersfield 98.8 WAC
188 Cal St. Fullerton 98.7 BW
314 Cal St. Northridge 91.8 BW
240 California 95.7 P12
236 California Baptist 95.9 WAC
218 Campbell 96.7 BSth
243 Canisius 95.6 MAAC
286 Central Arkansas 93.4 Slnd
281 Central Connecticut 93.6 NEC
42 Central Florida 109.9 Amer
166 Central Michigan 99.9 MAC
120 Charleston 103.5 CAA
241 Charleston Southern 95.6 BSth
302 Charlotte 92.7 CUSA
273 Chattanooga 94.1 SC
351 Chicago St. 82.6 WAC
30 Cincinnati 111.7 Amer
44 Clemson 109.4 ACC
285 Cleveland St. 93.4 Horz
180 Coastal Carolina 99.1 SB
163 Colgate 99.9 Pat
86 Colorado 105.7 P12
206 Colorado St. 97.4 MWC
224 Columbia 96.5 Ivy
79 Connecticut 105.9 Amer
348 Coppin St. 84.3 MEAC
249 Cornell 95.4 Ivy
39 Creighton 110.2 BE
189 Dartmouth 98.5 Ivy
85 Davidson 105.7 A10
68 Dayton 106.9 A10
220 Delaware 96.6 CAA
353 Delaware St. 80.3 MEAC
316 Denver 91.5 Sum
104 DePaul 104.5 BE
221 Detroit 96.6 Horz
139 Drake 101.8 MVC
258 Drexel 94.9 CAA
1 Duke 123.8 ACC
174 Duquesne 99.3 A10
233 East Carolina 96.0 Amer
66 East Tennessee St. 107.0 SC
289 Eastern Illinois 93.1 OVC
248 Eastern Kentucky 95.4 OVC
172 Eastern Michigan 99.4 MAC
276 Eastern Washington 93.9 BSky
326 Elon 89.9 CAA
183 Evansville 98.9 MVC
235 Fairfield 95.9 MAAC
237 Fairleigh Dickinson 95.9 NEC
27 Florida 112.0 SEC
332 Florida A&M 89.1 MEAC
217 Florida Atlantic 96.8 CUSA
274 Florida Gulf Coast 94.0 ASun
222 Florida Int’l. 96.6 CUSA
20 Florida St. 113.1 ACC
215 Fordham 97.0 A10
59 Fresno St. 107.7 MWC
99 Furman 104.9 SC
155 Gardner Webb 100.8 BSth
128 George Mason 102.8 A10
264 George Washington 94.5 A10
88 Georgetown 105.5 BE
91 Georgia 105.3 SEC
122 Georgia Southern 103.3 SB
101 Georgia St. 104.7 SB
65 Georgia Tech 107.0 ACC
2 Gonzaga 120.8 WCC
313 Grambling 91.8 SWAC
111 Grand Canyon 104.2 WAC
194 Green Bay 98.1 Horz
216 Hampton 97.0 BSth
200 Hartford 97.7 AE
124 Harvard 103.0 Ivy
197 Hawaii 98.0 BW
219 High Point 96.6 BSth
80 Hofstra 105.8 CAA
168 Holy Cross 99.8 Pat
33 Houston 111.1 Amer
268 Houston Baptist 94.2 Slnd
310 Howard 92.0 MEAC
324 Idaho 90.3 BSky
246 Idaho St. 95.5 BSky
107 Illinois 104.4 B10
210 Illinois Chicago 97.3 Horz
177 Illinois St. 99.2 MVC
342 Incarnate Word 86.8 Slnd
23 Indiana 112.4 B10
186 Indiana St. 98.8 MVC
203 Iona 97.6 MAAC
32 Iowa 111.3 B10
15 Iowa St. 113.9 B12
195 IUPUI 98.1 Horz
336 Jackson St. 88.9 SWAC
265 Jacksonville 94.4 ASun
126 Jacksonville St. 102.9 OVC
252 James Madison 95.2 CAA
9 Kansas 116.1 B12
50 Kansas St. 108.8 B12
344 Kennesaw St. 85.8 ASun
178 Kent St. 99.2 MAC
14 Kentucky 114.1 SEC
227 La Salle 96.4 A10
296 Lafayette 93.0 Pat
229 Lamar 96.3 Slnd
154 Lehigh 100.8 Pat
69 Liberty 106.7 ASun
55 Lipscomb 108.1 ASun
214 Little Rock