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College Basketball Conference Power Rankings: Week 11

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

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

Rhode Island still remains on top after a great upset effort by Duquesne.

AAC

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

Literally not one change from last week.

ACC

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

NC State takes the #2 spot after they pulled off their 3rd major upset of the year over UNC. They may not be the second-best team with bad losses they suffered, but the upsets speak for themselves.

Big 12

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

West Virginia loses two games this week and drops, and Kansas regains the top spot after Oklahoma fell to Alabama.

Big East

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

Xavier and Providence are basically tied for #2, but Xavier is ranked #6 in the country.

Big Ten

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

Nebraska steps into the very important #5 spot in the conference after a great 4 game stretch over the last two weeks.

PAC 12

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

USC and UCLA will meet on Saturday to give us more clarity on who is #2, behind Arizona.

SEC

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

Kentucky jumps back to #2 and Alabama moves to #3 after both pulled off incredible upsets in the Big 12/SEC Challenge.

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