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    Default How various ranking systems view the Big Ten

    Composite average ranking of Big Ten teams using 4 various college basketball rankings. .... Haslametrics (Erik Haslam), KenPom (Ken Pomeroy), KPI (Kevin Pauga), and NET (NCAA). There are 353 Division I teams.

    The best and worst ranking is listed for each team.

    1 Michigan State (4.25) -- #3 (Haslametrics, KenPom), #7 (NET)
    2 Michigan (6) -- #3 (NET), #8 (Haslametrics)
    3 Wisconsin (15.75) -- #11 (KenPom), #20 (KPI)
    4 Maryland (17.5) -- #13 (Haslametrics, #24 (NET)
    5 Nebraska (22) -- #11 (Haslametrics), #47 (KPI)
    6 Purdue (22.25) -- #10 (Haslametrics), #37 (KPI)
    7 Ohio State (26.25) -- #17 (Haslametrics), #36 (NET)
    8 Indiana (28) -- #18 (NET), #38 (KPI)
    9 Iowa (39) -- #35 (NET), #49 (Haslametrics)
    10 Minnesota (52.25) -- #29 (KPI), #66 (Haslametrics)
    11 Penn State (72.5) -- #60 (KenPom), #94 (KPI)
    12 Northwestern (74.5) -- #61 (KenPom, NET), #113 (KPI)
    13 Rutgers (103.75) -- #92 (KPI), #111 (Haslametrics)
    14 Illinois (116) -- #80 (Haslametrics), #158 (KPI)

    I don't like that gap between #9 and #10. Almost looks like a separation point.
    Last edited by SelectionSunday; 01-11-2019 at 11:19 AM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SelectionSunday View Post
    Composite average ranking of Big Ten teams using 4 various college basketball rankings. .... Haslametrics (Erik Haslam), KenPom (Ken Pomeroy), KPI (Kevin Pauga), and NET (NCAA). There 353 teams in Division I.

    The best and worst ranking is listed for each team.

    1 Michigan State (4.25) -- #3 (Haslametrics, KenPom), #7 (NET)
    2 Michigan (6) -- #3 (NET), #8 (Haslametrics)
    3 Wisconsin (15.75) -- #11 (KenPom), #20 (KPI)
    4 Maryland (17.5) -- #13 (Haslametrics, #24 (NET)
    5 Nebraska (22) -- #11 (Haslametrics), #47 (KPI)
    6 Purdue (22.25) -- #10 (Haslametrics), #37 (KPI)
    7 Ohio State (26.25) -- #17 (Haslametrics), #36 (NET)
    8 Indiana (28) -- #18 (NET), #38 (KPI)
    9 Iowa (39) -- #35 (NET), #49 (Haslametrics)
    10 Minnesota (52.25) -- #29 (KPI), #66 (Haslametrics)
    11 Penn State (72.5) -- #60 (KenPom), #94 (KPI)
    12 Northwestern (74.5) -- #61 (KenPom, NET), #113 (KPI)
    13 Rutgers (103.75) -- #92 (KPI), #111 (Haslametrics)
    14 Illinois (116) -- #80 (Haslametrics), #158 (KPI)

    I don't like that gap between #9 and #10. Almost looks like a separation point.
    Bigger gap between 10 and 11 than 9 and 10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered User View Post
    Bigger gap between 10 and 11 than 9 and 10.
    True, but #11 isn't a viable at-large candidate at this point.

    I'm not a believer at all that the Selection Committee limits the number of teams selected from a conference, but if they did, I'd prefer Gophers jump ahead of a couple of these. The good news is Gophers already have a pair of wins over teams significantly ahead of them, one of which came on the road.

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