Sunday, September 25, 2016

2016 NCAA FBS Power Points Standings through 09-24-16

1 -Tennessee 10
2 -Clemson 8
3 -Michigan 8
4 -Texas A&M 7
5 -Louisville 7
6 -Wisconsin 6
7 -Alabama 6
8 -Nebraska 6
9 -Wake Forest 6
10 -Washington 6
11 -Houston 5
12 -Western Michigan 5
13 -Arizona State 5
14 -Stanford 5
15 -Ohio State 5
16 -Arkansas 5
17 -Florida 5
18 -Florida State 5
19 -Baylor 4
20 -Boise State 4
21 -Navy 4
22 -Georgia Tech 4
23 -Virginia Tech 4
24 -Colorado 4
25 -Troy 4
26 -Appalachian State 4
27 -Utah 3
28 -Miami-Florida 3
29 -West Virginia 3
30 -Minnesota 3
31 -Georgia 3
32 Georgia Southern 3
33 -Indiana 3
34 -California 3
35 -San Diego State 2
36 -Memphis 2
37 -Air Force 2
38 -Maryland 2
39 -Southern Mississippi 2
40 -Texas Christian 2
41 -North Carolina 2
42 -Tulsa 2
43 -Cincinnati 2
44 -Auburn 2
45 -UCLA 2
46 -Mississippi 2
47 -Tulane 2
48 -Vanderbilt 2
49 -Missouri 2
50 -Southern California 2
51 -Toledo 1
52 -South Florida 1
53 -Eastern Michigan 1
54 -Army 1
55 -Michigan State 1
56 -Kansas State 1
57 -Texas Tech 1
58 -Purdue 1
59 -Kentucky 1
60 -Syracuse 1
61 -Penn State 1
62 -Oklahoma State 1
63 -Southern Methodist 1
64 -Texas State 1
65 -Oklahoma 1
66 -Ball State 0
67 -Middle Tennessee State 0
68 -Central Michigan 0
69 -Iowa 0
70 -Texas 0
71 -North Carolina State 0
72 -South Carolina 0
73 -Louisiana State 0
74 -Oregon 0
75 -Louisiana-Lafayette 0
76 -Central Florida 0
77 -Colorado State 0
78 -Rutgers 0
79 -Oregon State 0
80 -Brigham Young 0
81 -Ohio -1
82 -Akron -1
83 -Pittsburgh -1
84 -East Carolina -1
85 -Boston College -1
86 -South Alabama -1
87 -Mississippi State -1
88 -Connecticut -1
89 -Wyoming -1
90 -Idaho -1
91 -Illinois -1
92 -Washington State -1
93 -Northwestern -1
94 -Fresno State -1
95 -Bowling Green -1
96 -Georgia State -1
97 -Duke -2
98 -Western Kentucky -2
99 -Arizona -2
100 Old Dominion -2
101 -Temple -2
102 -Marshall -2
103 -Kansas -2
104 -Buffalo -2
105 -UTEP -2
106 -Florida Atlantic -2
107 -Notre Dame -2
108 -North Texas -3
109 -Nevada -3
110 -Utah State -3
111 -Louisiana-Monroe -3
112 -Louisiana Tech -3
113 Charlotte -3
114 -Hawaii -4
115 -UTSA -4
116 -Virginia -4
117 -San Jose State -4
118 -Iowa State -4
119 -New Mexico -5
120 -New Mexico State -5
121 -Massachusetts -5
122 -Kent State -5
123 -UNLV -5
124 -Rice -5
125 -Florida International -6
126 -Northern Illinois -6
127 -Miami-Ohio -7
128 -Arkansas State -7

Sunday, September 18, 2016

2016 NCAA FBS Top 25 Power Points Standings through 09-17-16

1 -Nebraska 5
2 -Tennessee 4
3 -Ohio State 4
4 -Alabama 4
5 -Wisconsin 4
6 -Louisville 4
7 -Michigan 4
8 -Arkansas 4
9 -Georgia 3
10 -Texas A&M 3
11 -Florida 3
12 -Houston 3
13 -Clemson 3
14 -Central Michigan 3
15 -Arizona State 3
16 -Navy 3
17 -Washington 3
18 -Boise State 3
19 -California 3
20 -Army 2
21 -San Diego State 2
22 -Georgia Tech 2
23 -Miami-Florida 2
24 -Baylor 2
25 -Utah 2

Sunday, September 11, 2016

2016 NCAA FBS Power Points Standings through 09-10-16

At the this early stage of the season, there is not much actual difference between the #1 team and the lowest placed unbeaten. That said, here is the Top 25 only through two full weekends.

1-Texas 2
2-Ohio State 2
3-Alabama 2
4-Tennessee 2
5-Louisville 2
6-Washington 2
7-Nebraska 2
8-Wisconsin 2
9-Wake Forest 2
10-Clemson 2
11-Arkansas 2
12-Michigan 2
13-Indiana 1
14-Army 1
15-Colorado 1
16-Baylor 1
17-Texas A&M 1
18-Georgia Southern 1
19-Houston 1
20-Boise State 1
21-San Diego State 1
22-West Virginia 1
23-Utah 1
24-Georgia 1
25-Miami, FL 1

Friday, September 9, 2016

What am I Suppose to Believe?

This post is more or less a train of thought rant about the Jerry Sandusky scandal. From the start, I was very skeptical about the narrative being sold to the public. The idea that Joe Paterno and three high ranking Penn State officials conspired to cover-up allegations of child sex abuse against Jerry Sandusky to protect the football program from whatever consequences the lynch mob imagines would harm it as a result of turning him into authorities is patently absurd. They turn him in and Penn State football is harmed how that this is something that these four men would fear so much? Is the stigma of having a former employee accused of such crimes so great that these men would risk their own reputations and freedoms to hide it just to avoid juvenile teasing from the public or negative recruiting from other schools? Would anyone really be concerned that turning in Sandusky would result in Penn State being treated as if it sanctioned his activities simply because he was once employed there? This is too stupid to believe. A motive that makes zero sense.

The lynch mob does not even claim that the cover-up was intended to protect their "buddy" Jerry Sandusky.   And the examples of evidence of a cover-up that would be revealed to the public led me to think, that's it? One or two sentences here and there in emails that are twisted and distorted to the extreme to invent a cover-up which three men (Joe Paterno excluded) are stupid enough to discuss on the school's email system.

That said, despite everyone in the media and public doing their best to show how much they are against child sex abuse, it seems as if over the past five years, that no one cares much about this story unless Joe Paterno's name is mentioned. The media and lynch mob public turned Joe Paterno into the most powerful man on campus and a godlike figure in order to attack the Penn State community as if it had done so. And even if they had, so what? The man took less money, donated millions back to the school, preached education and character over football, and led a successful football program without violating NCAA rules. And his fans and admirers are just suppose to accept based on no evidence or logic supporting a cover-up that Joe Paterno is a monster who covered for another monster because he placed footballs wins over children. And if they fail to accept this "truth" about Joe Paterno, they are cultists who know he is guilty but excuse what he did anyway because.......well, football.

And what is it that the lynch mob believes happened here? Mike McQueary absolutely and undeniably witnessed a young child being raped by Jerry Sandusky but did not immediately intervene or call the police. Instead, he went to his parents' home and told his father and family friend Dr. Dranov that he absolutely and undeniably witnessed Jerry Sandusky raping a young child. His father and Dr. Dranov were convinced that Mike witnessed Jerry raping a child that they did agreed to not call the police but instead instructed Mike to speak to Coach Paterno. Mike tells Coach Paterno that he absolutely and undeniably saw Jerry raping a young child. Joe Paterno consults school policy (now NCAA policy) and puts Mike in contact with Tim Curley and Gary Schultz. Despite being neither a witness nor a detective, Joe Paterno ignores his duty as the most powerful godlike figure in the state and chooses to leave the investigation to those responsible for such matters rather than pretend to believe his win total as a football coach make him qualified to do anything more. Mike tells Curley and Schultz that he witnessed Jerry raping a young child and they take away Jerry's keys, ban him from bringing kids to campus, and contact Jerry's charity, Second Mile, to let them know that Jerry was witnessed raping a young boy. Second Mile does nothing with this information and when scandal breaks, no one out to get Joe Paterno ever cares what Second Mile knew or for that matter, the foster and adoption services that vetted Jerry Sandusky over the years.

Of course, despite the "fact" that Mike McQueary, his father, Dr Dravov, and the Second Mile all now know that Jerry raped a young boy in the shower, Paterno, Curley, Schultz, and Spanier agree to begin a cover-up that involves bribing no one to keep quiet and only preventing Sandusky from getting caught raping boys on campus because if he is caught elsewhere, the consequences for Penn State football in that scenario are nothing and much less than just simply turning him in from the start and allowing the justice system to play out. And there is the "with the benefit of hindsight" quote that is bizarrely twisted into an admission of guilt instead of a simple wish that he had done more given what he had learned much later. I find the quote to be a stupid thing to say even given its actual meaning but those who use it to show his guilt are absurd. If one leads a cover-up to prevent Sandusky's alleged crimes from being discovered, that person does not need the benefit of hindsight to do the exact opposite of that.

To me, it seems as if a simpler explanation is that Mike McQueary did not witness any rape but based on sounds he heard, he jumped to the conclusion that sex acts were taking place in shower, and he was surprised to see Jerry and a boy exit the shower. Nevertheless, the possibility of what he imagined concerned him and shared his concerns with his father and Dr. Dranov. He was unable to convince them that a crime had taken place and they decided the best course of action was for him to speak to Paterno. He likely told Paterno about his concerns rather than assert with absolute certainty that he witnessed rape. Paterno put Mike in contact with Curley and Schultz. Sandusky's keys were taken away, he was banned from bringing kids to campus, Second Mile, and reportedly child services were contacted and somewhere the ball got dropped if there was even a ball to drop. After all, this all looks much worse ten years later when dozens of alleged victims come out of nowhere as mostly anonymous adults with free money on the table. Ultimately, as things stand, its seems incredibly absurd to me that Joe Paterno led a cover-up to hide Sandusky's alleged crimes to protect the football program from imaginary consequences resulting from turning him into authorities. I feel like I exist in a twilight zone because so many believe with absolute certainty that this must have happened based on the flimsiest evidence blown out of proportion. Must be because I'm a cultist scumbag Joe Paterno defender despite no connection to Penn State.    

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Top Four 1978-2015 if All Games are Equal

If the Power Points System were ever adopted, ideally all FBS teams would play equal maximum game regular season schedules versus FBS competition only and all FBS teams would knowingly compete according to its rules. That said, listed below are the top four teams under the Point Points System for all seasons since 1978 without the benefit of equal maximum game regular season schedules, without the benefit of playing FBS competition only, and without the benefit of FBS teams knowingly competing according to the rules in play here. The point here is to demonstrate how the Power Points System fared under the worst possible circumstances. Among the 152 teams listed, 112 made at least one top four of the following methods used by college football: Associated Press Poll, Coaches' Poll, BCS Standings, and CFP Rankings.

1978 USC Penn State Alabama Notre Dame
1979 BYU McNeese State Florida State Ohio State
1980 Florida State Pittsburgh BYU Penn State
1981 Clemson Pittsburgh Penn State Miami, FL
1982 Penn State Georgia Nebraska UCLA
1983 Auburn Nebraska Texas BYU
1984 BYU Florida Boston College Washington
1985 Penn State Florida Oklahoma Bowling Green
1986 Penn State Miami, FL Michigan Oklahoma
1987 Miami, FL Florida State Oklahoma Syracuse
1988 Notre Dame Florida State Southern California Wyoming
1989 Notre Dame Colorado Tennessee Alabama
1990 Colorado Texas Georgia Tech Notre Dame
1991 Miami, FL Florida Washington Florida State
1992 Alabama Miami, FL Texas A&M Florida State
1993 Florida State Nebraska West Virginia Auburn
1994 Nebraska Penn State Alabama Florida
1995 Florida Nebraska Northwestern Toledo
1996 Florida State Florida BYU Arizona State
1997 Tennessee Michigan Nebraska Florida State
1998 Tennessee Florida State Texas A&M UCLA
1999 Florida State Alabama Virginia Tech Nebraska
2000 Oklahoma Florida State Miami, FL Florida
2001 Miami, FL Nebraska Colorado Tennessee
2002 Ohio State Miami, FL Georgia USC
2003 Oklahoma LSU Miami, OH Kansas State
2004 Oklahoma USC Auburn Boise State
2005 Texas USC Penn State Oregon
2006 Florida Ohio State Michigan Boise State
2007 LSU Virginia Tech Ohio State Missouri
2008 Oklahoma Florida Utah Texas
2009 Alabama Texas Florida Boise State
2010 Auburn Oklahoma TCU Oregon
2011  LSU Oklahoma State Alabama Virginia Tech
2012 Notre Dame Florida Ohio State Stanford
2013 Auburn Florida State Stanford Michigan State
2014 Florida State Ohio State Alabama Oregon
2015 Clemson Alabama Michigan State Oklahoma

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Our NCAA Baseball Field Based on Combined Simulations

Here is the field based on combining the results from the two methods discussed in previous post. Teams were ranked based on lowest combined ranking then highest finish in either method. 58 of the 64 teams that made our field made the NCAA field. Teams are listed with their seed in our field and the NCAA respectively.

1 Florida 1 1
2 Miami (FL) 1 1
3 Louisville 1 1
4 Texas A&M 1 1
5 Ole Miss 1 1
6 LSU 1 1
7 Coastal Carolina 1 2
8 South Carolina 1 1
9 Vanderbilt 1 1
10 Clemson 1 1
11 Mississippi State 1 1
12 Bryant 1 2
13 Louisiana-Lafayette 1 1
14 TCU 1 1
15 Texas Tech 1 1
16 Southern Miss 1 2
17 Florida State 2 1
18 North Carolina State 2 1
19 Dallas Baptist 2 2
20 Virginia 2 1
21 Wright State 2 3
22 Ohio State 2 2
23 Tulane 2 2
24 UNC Wilmington 2 2
25 UC Santa Barbara 2 2
26 North Carolina 2 E
27 Louisiana Tech 2 3
28 Florida Atlantic 2 2
29 Georgia Tech 2 2
30 Kent State 2 E
31 South Alabama 2 3
32 Arizona 2 2
33 Sam Houston State 3 3
34 Southeastern Louisiana 3 3
35 Creighton 3 E
36 Rice 3 2
37 North Florida 3 E
38 BYU 3 E
39 Duke 3 3
40 Oklahoma State 3 2
41 Southeast Missouri State 3 4
42 Nebraska 3 3
43 Long Beach State 3 3
44 East Carolina 3 3
45 New Mexico 3 3
46 Oral Roberts 3 4
47 Cal State Fullerton 3 2
48 Lamar 3 E
57 Navy 4 4
62 Connecticut 4 3
70 Saint Mary's College 4 3
74 Alabama State 4 4
82 Utah Valley 4 4
109 Princeton 4 4
111 Xavier 4 4
118 Binghamton 4 4
119 Rhode Island 4 4
121 Western Carolina 4 4
123 William & Mary 4 4
129 Utah 4 4
133 Bethune-Cookman 4 4
135 Stetson 4 4
150 Fairfield 4 4
234 Western Michigan 4 4
50 Arizona State E 2
54 Wake Forest E 3
58 Gonzaga E 3
61 Boston College E 3
67 Washington E 3
68 Minnesota E 2

Monday, May 30, 2016

Our NCAA Baseball Tournament Fields

Here is the NCAA Baseball Tournament Field based on two approximations of the Power Points System. The first favors teams that play fewer games while the second favors teams that play more games. That said, 63 teams made both fields. The first method favors Lamar while the second method favors Houston. A = Automatic Berth. W = Wildcard Berth.


WIN PERCENTAGE +
 OPPONENTS' WIN PERCENTAGE
1 Miami (FL) W
2 Florida W
3 Louisville W
4 Texas A&M A
5 Ole Miss W
6 South Carolina W
7 Coastal Carolina A
8 LSU W
9 Bryant A
10 Mississippi State W
11 Vanderbilt W
12 Clemson A
13 TCU A
14 Texas Tech W
15 Louisiana-Lafayette A
16 North Carolina State W
17 Florida State W
18 Southern Miss A
19 Dallas Baptist A
20 Virginia W
21 Wright State A
22 North Carolina W
23 Florida Atlantic W
24 UNC Wilmington W
25 UC Santa Barbara W
26 Tulane W
27 Louisiana Tech W
28 Kent State W
29 Ohio State A
30 Arizona W
31 Southeastern Louisiana W
32 Georgia Tech W
33 Creighton W
34 BYU W
35 South Alabama W
36 North Florida W
37 Rice W
38 Sam Houston State A
39 Duke W
40 Oklahoma State W
41 Southeast Missouri State A
42 Long Beach State W
43 Oral Roberts A
44 Nebraska W
45 Lamar W
46 East Carolina W
47 Cal State Fullerton A
51 New Mexico A
54 Navy A
66 Alabama State A
69 Connecticut A
70 Saint Mary's College A
81 Utah Valley A
98 Princeton A
113 Xavier A
115 Binghamton A
120 Rhode Island A
122 Western Carolina A
126 William & Mary A
129 Utah A
131 Bethune-Cookman A
135 Stetson A
149 Fairfield A
233 Western Michigan A

(WINS * OPPONENTS' WINS) - (LOSSES * OPPONENTS' LOSSES)
1 Florida W
2 Louisville W
3 Texas A&M A
4 Miami (FL) W
5 Ole Miss W
6 LSU W
7 Coastal Carolina A
8 Vanderbilt W
9 Clemson A
10 South Carolina W
11 Mississippi State W
12 Louisiana-Lafayette A
13 Bryant A
14 Texas Tech W
15 TCU A
16 Southern Miss A
17 Florida State W
18 Dallas Baptist A
19 North Carolina State W
20 Ohio State A
21 Virginia W
22 Wright State A
23 Tulane W
24 Sam Houston State A
25 South Alabama W
26 Georgia Tech W
27 Louisiana Tech W
28 UC Santa Barbara W
29 UNC Wilmington W
30 Arizona W
31 Kent State W
32 North Carolina W
33 Southeastern Louisiana W
34 Florida Atlantic W
35 Rice W
36 North Florida W
37 Creighton W
38 Duke W
39 Oklahoma State W
40 Southeast Missouri State A
41 New Mexico A
42 BYU W
43 Nebraska W
44 Houston W
45 East Carolina W
46 Long Beach State W
49 Cal State Fullerton A
51 Oral Roberts A
57 Connecticut A
60 Navy A
72 Saint Mary's College A
79 Alabama State A
81 Utah Valley A
110 Xavier A
117 Rhode Island A
119 Western Carolina A
120 Binghamton A
122 Princeton A
124 William & Mary A
129 Utah A
134 Bethune-Cookman A
135 Stetson A
149 Fairfield A
241 Western Michigan A


Wednesday, April 6, 2016

2016 NCAA Women's Basketball Power Points Standings through 04-05

1 Connecticut 28918
2 Baylor 25392
3 Notre Dame 22982
4 Oregon State 21585
5 South Carolina 21321
6 Syracuse 19906
7 Texas 19125
8 Maryland 18110
9 Stanford 16190
10 Florida Gulf Coast 15436
11 UCLA 14916
12 Ohio State 14516
13 Mississippi State 14500
14 South Dakota 14468
15 Washington 14208
16 DePaul 14121
17 Arizona State 13745
18 Louisville 13320
19 Florida State 12880
20 Duquesne 12558
21 Kentucky 12512
22 Green Bay 12434
23 UTEP 12020
24 Michigan State 11897
25 West Virginia 11610
26 South Florida 11488
27 South Dakota State 11402
28 Tennessee 11398
29 James Madison 11346
30 George Washington 11126
31 Albany 10890
32 Western Kentucky 10717
33 Miami (FL) 10668
34 Colorado State 10637
35 BYU 10393
36 Arkansas State 10329
37 Army 9907
38 Texas A&M 9728
39 Ohio 9621
40 Saint Bonaventure 9368
41 Oregon 9269
42 Oklahoma 8998
43 Saint Louis 8831
44 Chattanooga 8808
45 Florida 8550
46 Hofstra 8481
47 Tulane 8288
48 Seton Hall 8278
49 Temple 8231
50 Missouri 8210
51 Middle Tennessee 8088
52 Quinnipiac 8062
53 Saint Mary's College 8048
54 Pennsylvania 7925
55 Oklahoma State 7857
56 Saint John's 7715
57 Michigan 7609
58 Maine 7595
59 Georgia 7558
60 Princeton 7392
61 Virginia Commonwealth 7245
62 Indiana 7239
63 Northern Iowa 7206
64 San Diego 7152
65 Kansas State 7048
66 Missouri State 7021
67 UC Riverside 6985
68 Bucknell 6954
69 Duke 6924
70 North Carolina State 6611
71 Auburn 6565
72 Central Michigan 6325
73 Central Arkansas 6296
74 Ball State 6278
75 New Mexico State 6256
76 Georgia Tech 6241
77 USC 5954
78 Villanova 5852
79 Purdue 5836
80 Santa Clara 5715
81 Iowa 5681
82 Rutgers 5594
83 Iona 5524
84 UNC Asheville 5504
85 Belmont 5487
86 Minnesota 5444
87 Abilene Christian 5386
88 Louisiana-Lafayette 5273
89 Drake 5264
90 Idaho 5148
91 Hawaii 5074
92 Wright State 5071
93 Eastern Michigan 4928
94 Long Beach State 4869
95 Tennessee-Martin 4810
96 Mercer 4803
97 Utah 4707
98 San Francisco 4664
99 Vanderbilt 4570
100 Fresno State 4516
101 Arkansas-Little Rock 4479
102 Drexel 4439
103 North Dakota 4342
104 Buffalo 3970
105 TCU 3903
106 Virginia 3822
107 Charlotte 3821
108 Jacksonville 3755
109 Nebraska 3589
110 IUPUI 3505
111 Gonzaga 3390
112 Marshall 3309
113 Youngstown State 3272
114 Virginia Tech 3260
115 Memphis 3189
116 Liberty 3150
117 Northwestern 3052
118 California 2767
119 Southern Illinois 2733
120 Akron 2726
121 Troy 2686
122 Toledo 2614
123 Samford 2553
124 Elon 2539
125 Weber State 2487
126 Dayton 2270
127 Milwaukee 2147
128 Georgetown 1786
129 Boise State 1559
130 Southern 1557
131 Northwestern State 1542
132 Wake Forest 1542
133 Old Dominion 1513
134 SIU Edwardsville 1512
135 Sacred Heart 1503
136 Saint Joseph's 1501
137 Creighton 1491
138 Montana State 1482
139 Montana 1475
140 Harvard 1442
141 Robert Morris 1408
142 Boston College 1350
143 Eastern Washington 1348
144 Northern Kentucky 1323
145 Marquette 1232
146 North Carolina A&T 1209
147 Stetson 1208
148 Washington State 1102
149 Xavier 1069
150 UC Davis 1020
151 South Carolina Upstate 1006
152 McNeese State 961
153 Alabama State 894
154 New Mexico 695
155 Stony Brook 657
156 Eastern Kentucky 624
157 UMBC 534
158 Western Michigan 345
159 Iowa State 319
160 Northeastern 284
161 Gardner-Webb 255
162 Alabama 230
163 North Carolina 218
164 UAB 216
165 Texas Tech 202
166 Radford 162
167 Marist 160
168 UTA 120
169 Texas Southern 105
170 Delaware 81
171 Pittsburgh 73
172 Detroit 70
173 Oral Roberts 1
174 Arizona -7
175 Lehigh -88
176 Idaho State -101
177 Stephen F. Austin -129
178 UNLV -191
179 Bryant -244
180 Arkansas -258
181 Fairfield -269
182 Grambling -343
183 Presbyterian College -374
184 Cornell -392
185 Fordham -439
186 East Tennessee State -584
187 Yale -585
188 Florida Atlantic -587
189 UTRGV -654
190 Bethune-Cookman -714
191 Loyola-Maryland -864
192 Southern Miss -904
193 South Alabama -917
194 Loyola-Chicago -930
195 Sacramento State -930
196 Cal Poly -952
197 Utah Valley -954
198 East Carolina -1021
199 Northern Colorado -1080
200 Penn State -1099
201 Brown -1105
202 LSU -1394
203 Louisiana Tech -1475
204 Oakland -1480
205 Coppin State -1497
206 Nebraska-Omaha -1526
207 William & Mary -1545
208 Navy -1550
209 Hampton -1631
210 San Jose State -1706
211 Southeast Missouri State -1779
212 SMU -1789
213 Western Illinois -1790
214 Grand Canyon -1867
215 Furman -1922
216 Pacific -2023
217 Richmond -2215
218 Sam Houston State -2316
219 Ole Miss -2320
220 Canisius -2328
221 George Mason -2349
222 Houston Baptist -2371
223 Binghamton -2430
224 Manhattan -2437
225 Indiana State -2446
226 Tulsa -2515
227 Cal State Bakersfield -2686
228 Wyoming -2720
229 Morgan State -2756
230 Utah State -2775
231 Rhode Island -2784
232 Siena -2830
233 Davidson -2838
234 Monmouth -2839
235 Campbell -2897
236 Dartmouth -2922
237 Illinois -3021
238 Columbia -3068
239 Prairie View A&M -3105
240 Hartford -3143
241 Holy Cross -3155
242 Massachusetts -3192
243 New Hampshire -3287
244 San Diego State -3323
245 Saint Francis (PA) -3362
246 Murray State -3469
247 Tennessee State -3494
248 Florida A&M -3603
249 Charleston -3610
250 Texas State -3631
251 Maryland Eastern Shore -3660
252 Illinois-Chicago -3744
253 Butler -3750
254 Bowling Green -3864
255 High Point -3865
256 ULM -3897
257 South Carolina State -3968
258 North Texas -4008
259 Jackson State -4013
260 UTSA -4188
261 Appalachian State -4340
262 Colorado -4343
263 Charleston Southern -4365
264 Central Connecticut -4392
265 Tennessee Tech -4513
266 Valparaiso -4529
267 Coastal Carolina -4536
268 Savannah State -4604
269 Wisconsin -4646
270 Austin Peay -4684
271 Northern Illinois -4687
272 Lamar -4699
273 Georgia State -4706
274 Jacksonville State -4716
275 Loyola-Marymount -4776
276 Kennesaw State -4777
277 Cleveland State -4810
278 Rice -4879
279 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi -5043
280 Alcorn State -5069
281 UC Santa Barbara -5133
282 Cincinnati -5220
283 Nicholls State -5285
284 Wofford -5311
285 UMKC -5442
286 New Orleans -5723
287 Seattle University -5791
288 Miami (OH) -5829
289 Vermont -5943
290 UNC Greensboro -5979
291 Morehead State -6272
292 Western Carolina -6298
293 Kansas -6302
294 Georgia Southern -6475
295 Pepperdine -6482
296 Arkansas-Pine Bluff -6646
297 American -6657
298 Fairleigh Dickinson -6689
299 Rider -6906
300 Longwood -6982
301 UNC Wilmington -7004
302 Providence -7051
303 UCF -7066
304 Wichita State -7072
305 Delaware State -7080
306 IPFW -7127
307 Incarnate Word -7152
308 Colgate -7170
309 North Dakota State -7173
310 North Florida -7303
311 Mount Saint Mary's -7422
312 Bradley -7422
313 Long Island -7665
314 Kent State -7718
315 Clemson -7764
316 Northern Arizona -7852
317 Niagara -7863
318 Towson -7898
319 Illinois State -7920
320 Houston -8352
321 Denver -8365
322 Southeastern Louisiana -8365
323 La Salle -8505
324 Lafayette -8626
325 Saint Francis (NY) -8787
326 Cal State Northridge -8837
327 Portland State -8884
328 Massachusetts-Lowell -8888
329 Lipscomb -9104
330 Nevada -9170
331 North Carolina Central -9201
332 Eastern Illinois -9427
333 Southern Utah -9433
334 Portland -9476
335 FIU -9482
336 Winthrop -9580
337 Howard -9605
338 Alabama A&M -9660
339 Norfolk State -9972
340 Wagner -10208
341 Chicago State -10228
342 New Jersey Tech -10316
343 Saint Peter's -10778
344 Mississippi Valley State -10928
345 Evansville -11696
346 Cal State Fullerton -11871
347 Boston University -11877
348 UC Irvine -12006
349 Air Force -12673

2016 NCAA Men's Basketball Power Points Standings through 04-04

1 Villanova 25765 30
2 North Carolina 22575 26
3 Kansas 21389 27
4 Oregon 18721 23
5 Virginia 18472 21
6 Oklahoma 17867 21
7 Michigan State 15425 23
8 Miami (FL) 15191 19
9 Xavier 14864 22
10 Saint Joseph's 14640 20
11 Texas A&M 14240 19
12 Kentucky 14220 18
13 Utah 13753 17
14 Maryland 13519 17
15 West Virginia 13366 17
16 Duke 13284 14
17 Indiana 13251 19
18 George Washington 13054 18
19 Purdue 12856 17
20 Valparaiso 12404 21
21 Gonzaga 11989 19
22 Saint Mary's College 11978 22
23 San Diego State 11920 16
24 Seton Hall 11813 16
25 Notre Dame 11484 12
26 Dayton 11114 17
27 Connecticut 10891 14
28 Virginia Commonwealth 10865 14
29 Monmouth 10828 20
30 Iowa State 10721 11
31 SMU 10620 20
32 Arkansas-Little Rock 10555 23
33 Providence 10505 13
34 Wichita State 10081 16
35 Louisville 10044 15
36 Arizona 10015 16
37 California 9913 12
38 Syracuse 9897 9
39 Chattanooga 9735 21
40 Wisconsin 9538 9
41 BYU 9182 14
42 Iowa 9163 11
43 Hawaii 9148 20
44 UC Irvine 9032 16
45 Akron 8931 16
46 Baylor 8730 9
47 Butler 7975 11
48 Saint Bonaventure 7973 13
49 South Dakota State 7944 16
50 Georgia Tech 7881 6
51 Florida 7869 6
52 Stony Brook 7860 17
53 Michigan 7824 9
54 Cincinnati 7788 11
55 South Carolina 7728 15
56 Texas 7703 7
57 Grand Canyon 7637 18
58 Fresno State 7410 13
59 UAB 7406 18
60 Middle Tennessee 7404 13
61 Stephen F. Austin 7386 18
62 Ohio State 7245 7
63 Hofstra 7243 13
64 Pittsburgh 7156 8
65 UNC Wilmington 7124 15
66 USC 7087 8
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