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CPP Power Rankings Week 8

Each week on Tuesdays, I will be posting my power rankings from all the power conferences including the A10 and AAC. Also at the end of each ranking, I will add a few remarks on different team’s movements.

A10

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

St Bonaventure is back to full power as their star Jaylen Adams returns. The Bonnies can easily challenge Rhode Island for the A10 title.

Richmond also returns their star Khwan Fore who should help the 2-10 Spiders turn their season around, and have success in the wide open A10 conference play.

AAC

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

SMU and Houston continue to battle for the 3rd spot, and Uconn plummets after a horrifying loss to Auburn.

ACC

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

Duke regains the top spot as UNC and Miami are both upset, and Georgia Tech hits rock bottom with bad losses, which is surprising with the talent they possess.

Big 12 

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

Trae Young is the man, and the main topic around college hoops, so I just had to put Oklahoma at #1 in the Big 12 even though West Virginia looks very good right now.

Big East

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

Seton Hall and Creighton will have an important game against eachother for 3rd place in the conference coming up to give us more clarity on the top of the conference.

BIG Ten

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

The top 6 is tightly contested in the Big Ten, as the bottom 3 teams were unlikely to be as bad as they are.

PAC 12

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

UCLA returns to #3 after a fantastic upset win over Kentucky.

SEC

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

Auburn continues to impress, and they are now sitting at #2 in the SEC unranked.

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