Sunday, March 1, 2015

Loss to UConn drops SMU a bit on my AP Top 25 ballot

A couple of changes to my ballot this week. Providence (grisly loss to Villanova) and VCU (two losses) are out. I've added Dayton, which vanquished VCU, as well as Tulsa. Yep, giving the AAC a little love, which Larry Brown doesn't think it gets enough of. The Golden Hurricane are, after all, ahead of Brown's Mustangs atop the league standings.

Meanwhile, SMU's loss to UConn drops the 'Stangs a couple of spots. While it's hardly a terrible loss, I had to drop SMU below Arkansas, which, after all, beat the Mustangs at Moody Coliseum earlier this season.

1. Kentucky
2. Duke
3. Virginia
4. Wisconsin
5. Villanova
6. Arizona
7. Gonzaga
8. Kansas
9. Wichita State
10. Northern Iowa
11. Maryland
12. Utah
13. Notre Dame
14. Louisville
15. Baylor
16. Oklahoma
17. Iowa State
18. Arkansas
19. SMU
20. Dayton
21. West Virginia
22. Butler
23. North Carolina
24. Murray State
25. Tulsa

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3 Comments:

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March 2, 2015 at 5:56 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can you explain how Kansas has been ranked #8 for the last 3 weeks in spite of losing THREE games the last three weeks to un-ranked teams? Its obvious that you elitist are hell bent on getting them a #2 seed no matter how many times they lose. The fix is in.

March 2, 2015 at 9:24 AM 
Blogger David Borges said...

RPI No. 2. Also, I (or any voter) have no say in any teams' seeding.

March 2, 2015 at 8:58 PM 

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