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RPI rankings

These change daily but interesting to see where everyone stands currently…

The RPI (Rating Percentage Index) is a measure of strength of schedule and how a team does against that schedule. Created in 1981, the RPI is a tool used in selecting and seeding the 65 teams for the NCAA Men's basketball Division I tournament (there are 347 Div. 1 teams):

SunBelt Teams

84.  North Texas
119. Western Kentucky
126. Troy
129. Denver
138. South Alabama
139. AR Little Rock
162. New Orleans
169. FAU
186. Arkansas State
260. LA Monroe
267. FIU
276. Middle Tennessee
281. LA Lafayette

Others of interest (or not):

263. San Francisco
284. SMU


Full list:

College Basketball - Rankings - Rivals.com



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RPI rankings

These change daily but interesting to see where everyone stands currently…

The RPI (Rating Percentage Index) is a measure of strength of schedule and how a team does against that schedule. Created in 1981, the RPI is a tool used in selecting and seeding the 65 teams for the NCAA Men's basketball Division I tournament (there are 347 Div. 1 teams):

SunBelt Teams

84.  North Texas
119. Western Kentucky
126. Troy
129. Denver
138. South Alabama
139. AR Little Rock
162. New Orleans
169. FAU
186. Arkansas State
260. LA Monroe
267. FIU
276. Middle Tennessee
281. LA Lafayette

Others of interest (or not):

263. San Francisco
284. SMU


Full list:

College Basketball - Rankings - Rivals.com



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Not too bad, let's win again tonight and see if we can climb higher on this list through the year!
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Not too bad, let's win again tonight and see if we can climb higher on this list through the year!
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There is a good chance we will drop some spots even with an easy win tonight, as the opponent Warner, is a NAIA Div II team, so the SOS will take a hit, but we can't do anything better than win the games we have so we will move up after the conference play begins (hopefully).

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There is a good chance we will drop some spots even with an easy win tonight, as the opponent Warner, is a NAIA Div II team, so the SOS will take a hit, but we can't do anything better than win the games we have so we will move up after the conference play begins (hopefully).

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Speaking of San Fran they are 3-6 on the year so far. Keep up the good work Rex! So glad we got rid of you. Jarvis was a blessing in disguise! This team has never looked better.

SMU is 3-3 so far

My two favorite teams are FAU, and who ever is beating FIU!
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Speaking of San Fran they are 3-6 on the year so far. Keep up the good work Rex! So glad we got rid of you. Jarvis was a blessing in disguise! This team has never looked better.

SMU is 3-3 so far

My two favorite teams are FAU, and who ever is beating FIU!
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As said, a win tonight still probably brings us down a little then the game against UM probably will be a loss but a win on the 29th against Hofstra would help and is defiantly possible.

GO OWLS!
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