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ESPN: 50 in 50 rankings
Editor's note:
Using a point system devised by the ESPN Stats & Information department, ESPN.com is counting down the 50 most successful programs of the past 50 years. A running list of the top 50 can be found here. For an explanation of the scoring system, read our intro. If you disagree with the order -- and we're sure you do -- re-arrange our Top 25 here. Oh, and if your team didn't crack the top 50, click here to see where they rank among their peers. http://espn.go.com/mens-college-basketba...0-rankings

Atlantic 10 Conference
18. Temple
34. Xavier
T-40. Saint Joseph's
53. VCU
59. Butler
63. Massachusetts
81. Dayton
T-86. Charlotte
96. La Salle
T-126. Richmond
134. Rhode Island
T-159. St. Bonaventure
T-198. George Washington
216. Saint Louis
232. Fordham
233. Duquesne

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