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2022 US News and World Report Rankings
Thank you to CrazyPaco for posting at ACC BBS: https://csnbbs.com/thread-929428.html



ACC: mean 55.1 (median 55)
B10: mean 60.1 (median 61)
Pac-12: mean 82.7 (median 99)
SEC: mean 110.9 (median 119.5)
B12: mean 137.8 (median 124.5)

Here's the rank of all Power 5 schools:

6 Stanford
9 Duke
9 Northwestern
14 Vanderbilt
19 Notre Dame
22 Cal-Berkeley
23 Michigan
25 Virginia
27 USC
28 North Carolina
28 Wake Forest
28 Florida
36 Boston College
38 Georgia Tech
38 Texas
42 Wisconsin
47 Illinois
48 Georgia
49 Ohio State
49 Purdue
55 Miami
55 Florida State
59 Pitt
59 Syracuse
59 Maryland
59 Washington
63 Penn State
63 Rutgers
68 Minnesota
68 Indiana
68 Texas A&M
75 Clemson
75 Virginia Tech
75 Baylor
79 NC State
83 Iowa
83 Michigan St
83 TCU
83 BYU
99 Colorado
99 Utah
99 Oregon
99 Auburn
103 Arizona
103 Tennessee
117 Arizona St
117 South Carolina
122 Missouri
122 Iowa St
122 Kansas
127 Kentucky
127 Oklahoma
136 Nebraska
148 Alabama
148 Cincinnati
148 UCF
148 Mississippi
162 Oregon St
162 Arkansas
162 Kansas St
172 LSU
178 Houston
179 Washington St
187 Louisville
187 Oklahoma St
196 Mississippi St
213 Texas Tech
249 West Virginia


Separating Big 10:
9 Northwestern
23 Michigan
42 Wisconsin
47 Illinois
49 Ohio State
49 Purdue
59 Maryland
63 Penn State
63 Rutgers
68 Minnesota
68 Indiana
83 Iowa
83 Michigan St
136 Nebraska
09-13-2021 01:47 PM
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RE: 2022 US News and World Report Rankings
I remember about 10-15 years ago, Indy, Iowa, and MSU were all ranked about the same, around #70. Looks like Iowa and MSU have dropped a little.

Iowa State, Mizzou, and Kansas get a lot of good press for being AAU members, but their rankings don't seem much different from non AAU members Neb and Ok.

UCF, Hou, and Cincy seem decent enough for the New Big 12, but I could see why the Big Ten would stay away.

Still surprised the ACC took Louisville. I can see why the ACC avoided WV. But its all about football.
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