CPP Power Rankings Week 4

A10

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

The A10 has been under-performing this year so teams ranked 4 through 14 are pretty identical as the top 3 are on their own island right now.

AAC  

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

Houston got a great blowout win over Arkansas to get back on track and move back into the 4 spot.

Memphis has struggled their way to just about the bottom of the conference.

ACC

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

Florida State makes a serious jump and becomes a serious ACC contender as they upset #5 Florida by 19.

Big 12  

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

Teams ranked 2-7 are very even so far this year, so it has been hard to set them apart as they are all top 25 quality.

Big East

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

Xavier and Seton Hall both had a fantastic week as they both earned two top 25 wins.

BIG Ten  

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

Ohio State rises in the BIG Ten as they blew out Wisconsin, and came back down 20 to beat rival Michigan.

PAC 12

  1. Arizona State
  2. USC
  3. UCLA
  4. Arizona
  5. Oregon
  6. Utah
  7. Oregon State
  8. Wash State
  9. Colorado
  10. Washington
  11. Stanford
  12. Cal

Arizona State is the new number 1 as USC fell to SMU this week.

SEC

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

Florida drops to #3 after being upset by Florida State by 19.

South Carolina keeps getting worse and worse as they find themselves at the bottom of the SEC.