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    Default Bart Torvik Top 25 Programs of the 2010s

    Big Ten with 5 on the list:

    #9 Wisconsin
    #10 Michigan State
    #12 Ohio State
    #14 Michigan
    #15 Purdue

    By Conference
    Big XII (6)
    ACC (5)
    Big Ten (5)
    AAC (2)
    Big East (2)
    SEC (2)
    WCC (2)
    Pac 12 (1)




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    Bucky and OSU are too high and Michigan too low, IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by howeda7 View Post
    Bucky and OSU are too high and Michigan too low, IMO.
    OSU definitely too high. Michigan way too low. Bucky made it to a NC game. I don't see a problem with their ranking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stocker08 View Post
    OSU definitely too high. Michigan way too low. Bucky made it to a NC game. I don't see a problem with their ranking.
    Edit: I was looking at the second chart which had them ahead of Villanova and UVA etc. They were #9 on both. On the first list, it's more reasonable, but still should be behind Michigan at a minimum.
    Last edited by howeda7; 06-12-2019 at 06:50 PM.

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    Again, similar to Torvik’s rankings for next year, this is not a human subjective opinion rank. There can be flaws but this is an efficiency rating.

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    What struck me the most was that the B12 had 5 teams in a row #19-23. None close to Kansas, but all very solid perormers.

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    Four of the top 7 from the ACC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickDornsby View Post
    Again, similar to Torvik’s rankings for next year, this is not a human subjective opinion rank. There can be flaws but this is an efficiency rating.
    Another efficiency metric that shows how important those metrics are if your going to win conference titles, get to final 4's and win national titles. You better be top 25 in both especially defense if you want to win a ton of games. Look at those top 10 in both OE and DE and the winning totals .

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    I understand that these rankings aren't subjective but that isn't to say there aren't flaws to how these teams are ranked. Who in their right mind would take Kansas as a program over Kentucky through the last decade?

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