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NCAAM Power Rankings: Week 8

Each week, I will be posting my power rankings from all the power conferences including the A10 and AAC. Also at the end of each ranking I will add a few remarks on different team’s movements.

A10

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

Duquesne has been last place in the A10 for many years, but now with the help of Eric Williams they are in second place in an easy conference.

AAC

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

UCF has impressed lately, and Tulane continues to be hot and cold.

ACC

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

Duke and North Carolina drop, as Virginia takes over the conference.

Big 12

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

Baylor is getting hot at the right time, as the top of the conference remains tight.

Big East

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

St. Johns falls to Depaul in a loss that will sting very bad come March.

Big Ten

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

Ohio State dominated and upset Michigan State to regain the #3 spot in the conference, which is huge in the interesting Big Ten.

PAC 12

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

UCLA and USC may not make the tournament at this rate.

SEC

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

Auburn is still on top, as the conference continues to shuffle around.

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