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College Basketball Special Post

This week, I have a special post recognizing the power conference teams in the form of Power Rankings, as well as recognizing the non-power conference teams in the form of the Mid Major Top-25. We are just over half way through the season, so a combined post was needed to help us understand what things will look like come March (Check out Bracketology tomorrow).

*WCC not included in Mid Major Top 25*

Power Rankings

A10

  1. Rhode Island
  2. Davidson
  3. St Bonaventure
  4. VCU
  5. Duquesne
  6. Dayton
  7. George Mason
  8. St Joes
  9. Umass
  10. St Louis
  11. Richmond
  12. La Salle
  13. GW
  14. Fordham

Davidson has hit a hot streak to rise to #2, as Rhode Island does not look beatable right now.

AAC

  1. Wichita State
  2. Cincy
  3. Houston
  4. Memphis
  5. UCF
  6. Tulane
  7. SMU
  8. Tulsa
  9. Temple
  10. Uconn
  11. ECU
  12. USF

Cincinnati holds UCF to 39 points in a win to remain at #2 behind Wichita State.

ACC

  1. Virginia
  2. Duke
  3. UNC
  4. Clemson
  5. Louisville
  6. Miami
  7. BC
  8. FSU
  9. NC State
  10. Notre Dame
  11. Syracuse
  12. Vtech
  13. Gtech
  14. Wake Forest
  15. Pitt

UNC was 58-0 versus Clemson at home, and they picked up another win to make it 59.

Big 12

  1. Kansas
  2. Oklahoma
  3. Texas Tech
  4. West Virginia
  5. Kansas St
  6. Baylor
  7. Oklahoma St
  8. Texas
  9. TCU
  10. Iowa State

Each of the top four teams have won a game against each other, but this week Kansas takes the reign after an incredible comeback win at West Virginia.

Big East

  1. Villanova
  2. Xavier
  3. Seton Hall
  4. Creighton
  5. Providence
  6. Butler
  7. Marquette
  8. Georgetown
  9. DePaul
  10. St Johns

Providence continues rolling with a win over Butler, and Seton Hall versus Creighton is this week!

Big Ten

  1. Purdue
  2. Ohio St
  3. Michigan
  4. MSU
  5. Indiana
  6. Maryland
  7. Nebraska
  8. Rutgers
  9. Minnesota
  10. Penn State
  11. Northwestern
  12. Iowa
  13. Wisconsin
  14. Illinois

The top four are still on an island, as Ohio State and Michigan both upset MSU, and Purdue is #3 in the country. Also, Indiana is finally playing better in the five spot.

PAC 12

  1. Arizona
  2. Oregon
  3. ASU
  4. Stanford
  5. Washington
  6. Oregon St
  7. Colorado
  8. UCLA
  9. USC
  10. Utah
  11. Washington St
  12. Cal

Oregon rises to number two with an upset of ASU.

SEC

  1. Auburn
  2. Tennessee
  3. Kentucky
  4. Alabama
  5. Ole Miss
  6. Florida
  7. Arkansas
  8. South Carolina
  9. Texas A&M
  10. Missouri
  11. Georgia
  12. LSU
  13. Miss St
  14. Vandy

I believe the SEC has turned into the most competitive conference, as everyone continues beating everyone  other than Auburn who has not lost.

Mid Major Top-25

  1. Nevada
  2. New Mexico State
  3. Middle Tennessee
  4. Boise State
  5. UNLV
  6. SDSU Jack Rabbits
  7. SF Austin
  8. ULL
  9. Wright State
  10. Montana
  11. Hawaii
  12. Buffalo
  13. Western Kentucky
  14. Northern Kentucky
  15. Grand Canyon
  16. Missouri State
  17. Loyola Chicago
  18. ETSU
  19. Wofford
  20. Vermont
  21. Old Dominion
  22. Penn
  23. CS Fullerton
  24. Utah Valley
  25. Oakland

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