Power Rankings after The Champions Classic

Our first Super Tuesday of the year told us so much about what is in-store this season!

A1o

1              Rhode Island

2              VCU

3              Dayton

4              Davidson

5              St Bonaventure

6              St Louis

7              La Salle

8              GW

9              St Joes

10           George Mason

11           Richmond

12           Fordham

13           Umass

14           Duquesne

Richmond was projected to have a great season, but they drop 5 spots after losing to Delaware and Jacksonville State by a combined 46 points.

St Bonaventure fell to Niagara, but did not move down much because they played without star player Jaylen Adams.

AAC

1              Wichita State

2              Cincy

3              Houston

4              SMU

5              UCF

6              Uconn

7              Temple

8              ECU

9              Memphis

10           Tulane

11           Tulsa

12           USF

SMU has struggled to find a Rhythm in their first two games, so Houston jumped them for the 3 spot.

Tulsa was upset by Lamar so they plummeted to the bottom. However, USF fell to Morgan State leaving them at rock bottom.

ACC

1              Duke

2              Notre Dame

3              Miami

4              UNC

5              VTech

6              Lousiville

7              NC State

8              Syracuse

9              Gtech

10           Virginia

11           Boston College

12           FSU

13           Wake Forest

14           Clemson

15           Pitt

Pitt is terrible simple as that.

Big 12

1              Kansas

2              West Virginia

3              TCU

4              Texas

5              Oklahoma

6              Baylor

7              Texas Tech

8              Oklahoma State

9              Kansas State

10           Iowa State

Iowa State lost to Missouri by 15 which was fine, but they turned around to get upset by Milwaukee to find themselves at the bottom of the Big 12.

Big East

1              Nova

2              Xavier

3              Seton Hall

4              Butler

5              Creighton

6              Providence

7              St Johns

8              Depaul

9              Marquette

10           Gtown

Providence could not hang with #14 Minnesota towards the end of their game, so they dropped to 6,  looking up at five very good teams.

Depaul jumps Marquette this week as they looked very good in challenging #13 Notre Dame. Plus, Marquette lost to #19 Purdue by 15.

BIG Ten

1              Michigan State

2              Minnesota

3              Purdue

4              Maryland

5              Northwestern

6              Michigan

7              Penn State

8              Wisconsin

9              Iowa

10           Ohio State

11           Illinois

12           Rutgers

13           Indiana

14           Nebraska

#14 Minnesota came close to jumping #2 Michigan State at the top after Minnesota dominated Providence, but MSU is just too deep to drop that top spot.

Indiana lost their worst season opener of all time to drop all the way down to 13. The Hoosiers fell to Indiana State by 21 at home.

PAC 12

1              Zona

2              USC

3              UCLA

4              Oregon

5              ASU

6              Utah

7              Colorado

8              Washington

9              Stanford

10           Oregon State

11           Wash State

12           Cal

Cal is terrible simple as that.

SEC

1              Kentucky

2              Florida

3              Bama

4              Texas A/M

5              Missouri

6              Arkansas

7              Ole Miss

8              Georgia

9              South Carolina

10           Miss State

11           Auburn

12           LSU

13           Tennessee

14           Vandy

Arkansas rises, and Vandy falls all the way to the bottom after falling to Belmont by 9.