Final 2013-14 Rankings

Team Score Prev.
1 Florida State 3682.43 1
2 Alabama 3442.72 2
3 Stanford 3251.55 3
4 Missouri 3211.72 5
5 Auburn 3209.22 6
6 Oregon 3142.84 11
7 Baylor 3128.29 4
8 Oklahoma State 3111.32 8
9 Ohio State 3083.41 7
10 South Carolina 3068.06 13
11 Michigan St. 3044.81 12
12 Arizona State 3037.74 10
13 LSU 3032.85 14
14 Wisconsin 3002.66 9
15 UCLA 2992.95 18
16 Washington 2979.71 15
17 USC 2975.57 19
18 Louisville 2957.53 17
19 Clemson 2945.33 16
20 Oklahoma 2905.90 23
21 Georgia 2857.65 20
22 Central Florida 2816.95 28
23 Texas A&M 2815.40 27
24 Notre Dame 2811.59 25
25 Georgia Tech 2808.13 22
26 BYU 2798.49 21
27 Arizona 2772.46 31
28 Mississippi State 2757.75 39
29 Duke 2742.29 29
30 Virginia Tech 2741.53 24
31 Kansas State 2726.30 40
32 North Carolina 2722.69 34
33 Mississippi 2708.50 42
34 Miami, FL 2703.82 26
35 Utah State 2693.99 35
36 Iowa 2664.09 30
37 Utah 2663.65 41
38 Bowling Green 2646.22 36
39 Fresno State 2633.54 37
40 East Carolina 2628.36 43
41 Vanderbilt 2620.86 46
42 Houston 2617.81 32
43 Texas 2611.19 38
44 Michigan 2604.67 33
45 Navy 2597.11 44
46 Texas Tech 2580.99 56
47 Nebraska 2557.43 52
48 Marshall 2550.04 47
49 Pittsburgh 2549.06 53
50 Oregon State 2542.48 59
51 Washington St. 2529.01 48
52 North Texas 2510.02 55
53 Penn State 2499.30 49
54 Boise State 2469.38 51
55 Rice 2460.30 45
56 Florida 2454.68 60
57 Cincinnati 2452.12 50
58 Minnesota 2448.35 54
59 Northern Illinois 2436.07 57
60 South Alabama 2421.85 64
61 Ball State 2413.06 58
62 Tennessee 2405.92 65
63 Indiana 2400.83 62
64 Western Kentucky 2399.20 67
65 Syracuse 2399.17 69
66 Tulane 2388.21 63
67 Boston College 2388.14 61
68 Louisiana-Lafayette 2367.31 73
69 Toledo 2355.21 68
70 Northwestern 2334.34 70
71 Maryland 2328.14 71
72 Texas San Antonio 2319.20 72
73 Texas Christian 2296.53 74
74 Buffalo 2282.97 66
75 Colorado St. 2279.95 76
76 Arkansas State 2267.85 77
77 Florida Atlantic 2250.37 75
78 San Diego State 2197.51 86
79 UNLV 2194.88 78
80 Nevada 2189.88 79
81 Troy 2172.16 83
82 Arkansas 2167.54 84
83 West Virginia 2164.85 82
84 Rutgers 2164.81 80
85 Illinois 2140.93 81
86 San Jose State 2127.90 89
87 Memphis 2123.72 87
88 Wake Forest 2121.99 88
89 Middle Tennessee 2105.61 85
90 Old Dominion 2099.20 91
91 Ohio 2086.40 90
92 North Carolina St. 2083.06 92
93 Virginia 2059.32 96
94 Temple 2055.16 93
95 SMU 2054.10 94
96 Iowa State 2051.94 95
97 Louisiana-Monroe 2040.98 98
98 Kent State 2017.68 97
99 Wyoming 1997.65 99
100 Texas St. San Marcos 1985.00 103
101 Army 1976.56 101
102 Akron 1970.06 100
103 Connecticut 1957.68 102
104 Hawaii 1935.20 104
105 Central Michigan 1894.20 105
106 Tulsa 1887.83 106
107 New Mexico 1867.97 107
108 California 1841.08 109
109 South Florida 1839.00 108
110 Air Force 1825.72 111
111 Kentucky 1821.73 112
112 Kansas 1813.46 110
113 Louisiana Tech 1772.83 113
114 UAB 1760.31 114
115 Colorado 1735.30 116
116 Purdue 1701.92 115
117 New Mexico State 1612.04 117
118 Georgia State 1592.66 118
119 Western Mich. 1549.48 119
120 UTEP 1546.71 120
121 Idaho 1518.98 121
122 Eastern Michigan 1453.70 122
123 Massachusetts 1445.08 123
124 Southern Miss. 1391.04 124
125 Miami, OH 1358.33 125
126 Florida International 1246.76 126
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National Championship Game Scenarios

During tonight’s game I’ll be how the standings would look if the game ended at various points. I don’t expect this to demonstrate very much change, because Florida State’s lead is so large that I’m not sure any result can shake them out of the national championship.

Here’s how the top 10 looked at the end of the regular season:

1 Florida State 3716.42
2 Alabama 3525.58
3 Stanford 3275.68
4 Baylor 3189.82
5 Missouri 3167.01
6 Auburn 3162.06
7 Ohio State 3145.27
8 Oklahoma State 3131.96
9 Arizona State 3087.67
10 Wisconsin 3087.30

Florida State’s lead over Auburn was 554.36 points. That’s a deficit that will be extremely hard, if not impossible, to overcome.

The third quarter pretty much doomed Auburn’s chances to pass Alabama, let alone win the national championship.

1 Florida State 3623.50
2 Alabama 3453.07
3 Auburn 3270.31
4 Stanford 3252.80
5 Missouri 3218.37
6 Oregon 3145.17
7 Baylor 3128.29
8 Oklahoma State 3113.36
9 Ohio State 3082.94
10 South Carolina 3071.51

Since other games affect a team’s score, I re-checked the standings. The strong showing by SEC teams helped to narrow the gap, but only slightly, to 528.39 points.

1 Florida State 3715.72
2 Alabama 3447.15
3 Stanford 3252.71
4 Missouri 3214.01
5 Auburn 3187.34
6 Oregon 3144.99
7 Baylor 3128.29
8 Oklahoma State 3113.21
9 Ohio State 3083.41
10 South Carolina 3072.43

At the end of the first quarter, Auburn led 7-3. An Auburn victory would narrow the gap, but it is still going to take a blowout for Auburn to catch Florida State. Auburn would gain several slots in the rankings, however, to #3.

1 Florida State 3638.24
2 Alabama 3451.99
3 Auburn 3255.79
4 Stanford 3252.80
5 Missouri 3217.43
6 Oregon 3145.17
7 Baylor 3128.29
8 Oklahoma State 3113.36
9 Ohio State 3082.94
10 South Carolina 3071.51

Auburn extends its lead in the second quarter, and reduces the gap further. Still, the difference is more than 288 points, which is Auburn probably can’t overcome, given xHPI’s formula. In fact, it will even be difficult for Auburn to pass Alabama and move into second.

1 Florida State 3590.34
2 Alabama 3455.48
3 Auburn 3302.01
4 Stanford 3252.80
5 Missouri 3220.47
6 Oregon 3145.17
7 Baylor 3128.29
8 Oklahoma State 3113.36
9 Ohio State 3082.94
10 South Carolina 3071.51
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2013-14 Bowl Picks

As I did last year, I’m posting xHPI’s bowl picks. These are confidence ratings, using xHPI’s predicted outcomes for each games to determine the level of confidence of each pick, ranking them from 35 (most confident) to 1 (least confident). In past years, xHPI has performed very well, usually finishing near the top 5% of all picks on ESPN’s College Bowl Mania game.

Predictions are based on a formula determined by running a regression analysis of margin of victory against the relative difference of each team’s xHPI score. This analysis yields an equation that allows the ratings to be converted into scores, with the y intercept of the equation serving as a home field advantage. This equation is applied to each bowl paring (with a determination of whether a full or partial home field advantage or none at all). The results are ranked from highest to lowest predicted margin of victory to produce confidence rankings. For the record, the difference between the two teams’ scores is multiplied by .0283 to convert to points, and xHPI’s current home field advantage is 3.5629 points added to the home team’s score.

This year, I’ve added a twist: I’ve created my own group in the Bowl Mania game, and I’m inviting readers of this blog to compare their picks to xHPI’s. The group is called xHPI Readers, and you can join it by clicking here.

Or, if you want to use xHPI as a resource to amuse, amaze, and beat your friends or co-workers, all of xHPI’s confidence picks are presented below.

Date

Bowl

xHPI’s Pick

Opponent

Confidence

Dec. 21

New Mexico

Washington St.

Colorado State

22

Dec. 21

Las Vegas

USC

Fresno State

15

Dec. 21

Idaho Potatoes

Buffalo

San Diego St.

21

Dec. 21

New Orleans

Tulane

Louisiana-Lafayette

10

Dec. 23

Beef O’Brady’s

East Carolina

Ohio

31

Dec. 24

Hawaii

Boise State

Oregon State

5

Dec. 26

Little Caesar’s

Bowling Green

Pittsburgh

18

Dec. 26

Poinsettia

Utah State

Northern Illinois

14

Dec. 27

Military

Marshall

Maryland

6

Dec. 27

Texas

Minnesota

Syracuse

12

Dec. 27

Fight Hunger

Washington

BYU

3

Dec. 28

Pinstripe

Notre Dame

Rutgers

33

Dec. 28

Belk

North Carolina

Cincinnati

26

Dec. 28

Florida Citrus

Louisville

Miami, FL

1

Dec. 28

Buffalo Wild Wings

Michigan

Kansas State

4

Dec. 30

Armed Forces

Navy

Middle Tennessee

28

Dec. 30

Music City

Georgia Tech

Mississippi

19

Dec. 30

Alamo

Oregon

Texas

24

Dec. 30

Holiday

Arizona State

Texas Tech

34

Dec. 31

Advocare V100

Arizona

Boston College

25

Dec. 31

Sun

UCLA

Virginia Tech

9

Dec. 31

Liberty

Mississippi State

Rice

11

Dec. 31

Chick-Fil-A

Texas A&M

Duke

7

Jan. 1

Gator

Georgia

Nebraska

30

Jan. 1

Heart of Dallas

North Texas

UNLV

27

Jan. 1

Outback

LSU

Iowa

23

Jan. 1

Capital One

Wisconsin

South Carolina

8

Jan. 1

Rose

Stanford

Michigan State

16

Jan. 1

Fiesta

Baylor

Central Florida

29

Jan. 2

Sugar

Alabama

Oklahoma

35

Jan. 3

Cotton

Missouri

Oklahoma State

2

Jan. 3

Orange

Ohio State

Clemson

16

Jan. 4

BBVA Compass

Houston

Vanderbilt

13

Jan. 5

GoDaddy

Ball State

Arkansas State

20

Jan. 6

BCS Championship

Florida State

Auburn

32

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Rankings through December 7, 2013

Well, that was interesting.

Some of this weekend’s more surprising results were predicted by xHPI, while others came out of the blue. xHPI looked best in the very first game of the weekend, Bowling Green’s victory over Northern Illinois. I have written before that xHPI was not nearly as positive about NIU’s strength as were most other polls and rating systems. On the other side, xHPI’s faith in Missouri finally did not pay off, with Mizzou’s loss to Auburn. As a result, there was quite a bit of movement at the top of the rankings, but Florida State and Alabama remain significantly ahead of everyone else.

Besides Alabama’s remaining at #2, probably the ranking that most  people would disagree with the most is Auburn’s climbing only to #6.

Team Score Prev.
1 Florida State 3716.42 1
2 Alabama 3525.58 2
3 Stanford 3275.68 6
4 Baylor 3189.82 8
5 Missouri 3167.01 3
6 Auburn 3162.06 9
7 Ohio State 3145.27 4
8 Oklahoma State 3131.96 5
9 Arizona State 3087.67 7
10 Wisconsin 3087.30 10
11 Oregon 3084.33 11
12 Michigan St. 3054.16 12
13 South Carolina 3004.64 13
14 LSU 3001.83 14
15 Washington 2921.62 16
16 Clemson 2919.00 18
17 Louisville 2912.95 15
18 UCLA 2909.14 17
19 USC 2900.60 19
20 Georgia 2896.40 20
21 BYU 2874.74 21
22 Georgia Tech 2873.48 22
23 Oklahoma 2827.65 29
24 Virginia Tech 2824.39 24
25 Notre Dame 2822.33 27
26 Miami, FL 2816.72 25
27 Texas A&M 2810.05 28
28 Central Florida 2756.79 26
29 Duke 2734.18 23
30 Iowa 2724.83 32
31 Arizona 2722.57 30
32 Houston 2707.49 35
33 Michigan 2698.51 34
34 North Carolina 2695.92 33
35 Utah State 2691.03 53
36 Bowling Green 2688.14 37
37 Fresno State 2687.98 40
38 Texas 2676.48 31
39 Mississippi State 2665.98 38
40 Kansas State 2650.91 36
41 Utah 2647.02 39
42 Mississippi 2632.30 41
43 East Carolina 2627.35 42
44 Rice 2564.10 56
45 Vanderbilt 2551.65 44
46 Marshall 2551.30 43
47 Navy 2544.65 47
48 Washington St. 2539.39 45
49 Penn State 2528.69 46
50 Cincinnati 2526.19 49
51 Boise State 2523.06 50
52 Nebraska 2515.66 52
53 Pittsburgh 2512.62 51
54 Minnesota 2503.25 54
55 North Texas 2494.11 55
56 Texas Tech 2487.02 58
57 Northern Illinois 2484.38 48
58 Ball State 2469.86 57
59 Oregon State 2457.26 59
60 Florida 2453.90 60
61 Boston College 2443.21 61
62 Indiana 2420.03 63
63 Tulane 2412.78 64
64 South Alabama 2405.74 73
65 Tennessee 2387.79 67
66 Buffalo 2381.94 65
67 Western Kentucky 2380.05 66
68 Toledo 2375.95 68
69 Syracuse 2364.60 69
70 Maryland 2356.36 71
71 Northwestern 2356.22 70
72 Texas San Antonio 2336.03 72
73 Louisiana-Lafayette 2312.92 62
74 Texas Christian 2295.35 74
75 Florida Atlantic 2268.07 75
76 Colorado St. 2263.87 76
77 Arkansas State 2219.36 77
78 UNLV 2213.73 79
79 Nevada 2198.69 80
80 Rutgers 2175.06 92
81 Illinois 2165.43 83
82 West Virginia 2163.84 81
83 Troy 2153.20 85
84 Arkansas 2148.16 84
85 Middle Tennessee 2144.23 82
86 San Diego State 2129.76 86
87 Memphis 2124.41 78
88 Wake Forest 2123.54 87
89 San Jose State 2116.49 89
90 Ohio 2109.75 88
91 Old Dominion 2094.22 90
92 North Carolina St. 2088.10 91
93 Temple 2072.98 95
94 SMU 2061.31 99
95 Iowa State 2059.16 93
96 Virginia 2057.64 94
97 Kent State 2034.97 96
98 Army 2033.47 98
99 Louisiana-Monroe 2029.68 97
100 Wyoming 1999.64 101
101 Akron 1991.24 100
102 Connecticut 1976.81 108
103 Texas St. San Marcos 1973.35 102
104 Hawaii 1919.50 104
105 Central Michigan 1914.65 103
106 Tulsa 1897.05 106
107 New Mexico 1866.22 107
108 South Florida 1856.18 105
109 California 1823.73 109
110 Kansas 1820.49 111
111 Air Force 1819.49 110
112 Kentucky 1807.83 112
113 Louisiana Tech 1784.82 113
114 UAB 1766.17 114
115 Purdue 1720.60 116
116 Colorado 1717.07 115
117 New Mexico State 1616.06 117
118 Georgia State 1582.92 118
119 Western Mich. 1571.02 119
120 UTEP 1556.09 120
121 Idaho 1523.08 121
122 Eastern Michigan 1471.03 122
123 Massachusetts 1456.10 123
124 Southern Miss. 1394.44 124
125 Miami, OH 1378.00 125
126 Florida International 1247.16 126
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Rankings through November 30, 2013

These rankings won’t please a lot of people. I mentioned in my rankings a couple of weeks ago that Florida State and Alabama had separated themselves from the pack to the point that they probably couldn’t be caught by the other teams. So Alabama’s loss to Auburn did not affect their ranking. Last week Alabama was about 375 points ahead of third ranked Ohio State. This week, their lead over the Buckeyes narrowed to about 320 points, and only 315 over now-third-ranked Missouri.

Buckeyes fans might be upset about dropping to fourth place. While they did lose about 20 points, they are in a virtual tie with Missouri, and could easily return to third with a Missouri loss in the SEC championship game or with an outstanding performance in the Big 10 championship game. Still, it appears that Florida State and Alabama are solidly locked into the top two spots.

Team Score Prev.
1 Florida State 3679.19 1
2 Alabama 3532.03 2
3 Missouri 3217.77 4
4 Ohio State 3210.29 3
5 Oklahoma State 3205.85 6
6 Stanford 3200.96 8
7 Arizona State 3187.88 10
8 Baylor 3164.16 5
9 Auburn 3129.94 11
10 Wisconsin 3111.31 7
11 Oregon 3088.83 9
12 Michigan St. 3028.45 15
13 South Carolina 3011.48 14
14 LSU 3011.46 12
15 Louisville 2958.54 17
16 Washington 2930.01 18
17 UCLA 2919.85 21
18 Clemson 2919.17 16
19 USC 2905.18 13
20 Georgia 2898.63 19
21 BYU 2888.21 20
22 Georgia Tech 2882.46 28
23 Duke 2850.13 24
24 Virginia Tech 2840.73 25
25 Miami, FL 2837.72 27
26 Central Florida 2828.12 22
27 Notre Dame 2819.52 23
28 Texas A&M 2786.27 29
29 Oklahoma 2776.90 30
30 Arizona 2736.40 26
31 Texas 2733.92 35
32 Iowa 2730.71 37
33 North Carolina 2713.67 32
34 Michigan 2701.09 39
35 Houston 2697.50 36
36 Kansas State 2671.07 38
37 Bowling Green 2664.09 42
38 Mississippi State 2661.00 50
39 Utah 2651.55 41
40 Fresno State 2647.41 34
41 Mississippi 2640.37 40
42 East Carolina 2637.46 33
43 Marshall 2617.81 53
44 Vanderbilt 2560.66 43
45 Washington St. 2544.84 44
46 Penn State 2543.91 59
47 Navy 2538.39 47
48 Northern Illinois 2534.50 48
49 Cincinnati 2522.84 51
50 Boise State 2522.19 57
51 Pittsburgh 2522.00 46
52 Nebraska 2521.81 49
53 Utah State 2520.57 31
54 Minnesota 2508.70 52
55 North Texas 2492.27 61
56 Rice 2492.06 60
57 Ball State 2486.67 55
58 Texas Tech 2480.93 45
59 Oregon State 2464.08 58
60 Florida 2457.82 54
61 Boston College 2442.11 56
62 Louisiana-Lafayette 2410.78 66
63 Indiana 2408.08 65
64 Tulane 2397.46 62
65 Buffalo 2380.69 63
66 Western Kentucky 2378.32 67
67 Tennessee 2375.22 68
68 Toledo 2373.34 64
69 Syracuse 2365.09 69
70 Northwestern 2361.05 70
71 Maryland 2357.41 71
72 Texas San Antonio 2333.63 72
73 South Alabama 2303.97 75
74 Texas Christian 2287.34 77
75 Florida Atlantic 2275.94 74
76 Colorado St. 2266.38 78
77 Arkansas State 2221.63 73
78 Memphis 2219.52 76
79 UNLV 2212.77 83
80 Nevada 2197.76 86
81 West Virginia 2170.38 80
82 Middle Tennessee 2163.83 81
83 Illinois 2162.70 82
84 Arkansas 2161.01 91
85 Troy 2156.89 88
86 San Diego State 2130.42 79
87 Wake Forest 2130.19 89
88 Ohio 2118.75 93
89 San Jose State 2107.63 98
90 Old Dominion 2097.04 90
91 North Carolina St. 2091.38 85
92 Rutgers 2077.22 87
93 Iowa State 2070.33 96
94 Virginia 2070.02 95
95 Temple 2067.76 100
96 Kent State 2053.51 97
97 Louisiana-Monroe 2029.86 101
98 Army 2028.90 94
99 SMU 2027.99 84
100 Akron 2003.72 104
101 Wyoming 2000.03 92
102 Texas St. San Marcos 1972.14 99
103 Central Michigan 1925.37 106
104 Hawaii 1917.72 107
105 South Florida 1907.48 109
106 Tulsa 1884.15 105
107 New Mexico 1869.18 103
108 Connecticut 1833.18 115
109 California 1825.85 108
110 Air Force 1821.11 102
111 Kansas 1818.83 110
112 Kentucky 1813.38 112
113 Louisiana Tech 1782.65 113
114 UAB 1766.69 111
115 Colorado 1725.82 114
116 Purdue 1721.41 116
117 New Mexico State 1622.36 118
118 Georgia State 1585.15 119
119 Western Mich. 1575.18 120
120 UTEP 1556.72 117
121 Idaho 1521.91 121
122 Eastern Michigan 1472.56 122
123 Massachusetts 1461.02 123
124 Southern Miss. 1398.57 125
125 Miami, OH 1380.33 124
126 Florida International 1249.03 126
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Recent Performance and Thanksgiving Weekend Predictions

I didn’t post performance results or predictions last week, so I’m posting two weeks’ worth of performance this week. xHPI is falling into a familiar pattern of alternating weeks of strong and weak performance against the spread. Those weeks tend to cancel each other out, so that the season-long performance tends to run around 50%. That pattern is clear in the table below.

Week of Nov. 26 Week of Nov. 19 Cumulative

W-L

Percent

W-L

Percent

W-L

Percent

Vs. Spread 31-22 58.5% 20-30 40.0% 200-203-5 49.6%
Straight-Up 40-13 75.5% 40-10 80.0% 305-102 74.9%
Best Bets 3-2 60.0% 2-3 40.0% 23-17 57.5% 

Missouri again highlights this week’s Best Bets. For several weeks, xHPI has rated the Tigers much higher than have the oddsmakers, and xHPI has consistently been rewarded. Here are this week’s Best Bets:

Houston (-9.5) over SMU

Utah (-16.5) over Colorado

Baylor (-12.5) over TCU

Missouri (-4.5) over Texas A&M

New Mexico State (+37) vs. Boise State

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Rankings through November 23, 2013

I usually try to make some introductory comments when I post my rankings each week. This week, I thought those comments would be about the the upsets of Oregon and Baylor, or perhaps about the effect of the SEC’s odd scheduling of cream puffs and FCS teams on this weekend every year. But that changed when I took note of Northern Illinois.

I spend some time looking at the rankings, but I have to admit that I don’t do any kind of structured proofreading of my numbers. I don’t examine each team’s ranking in detail after I run my calculations and perform that final Excel sort. So I haven’t notice for a number of weeks that xHPI has Northern Illinois ranked far below where they are ranked. I did this week, when I saw that they had moved UP to #48. Each of the computer rankings that go into the BCS standings have them no worse than #21 (and their average ranking among all of them is #13).

When I see an apparent anomaly like this, I look over the spreadsheet that I use to calculate each team’s score. My thought was that I had missed entering a game, or somehow divided by the wrong number of games. But after checking NIU’s numbers, it appears that I did everything correctly. Instead, it appears that the biggest reason is the closeness of many games, especially against bad teams. It may be one of the reasons that I think xHPI may be better than some of those ranking systems. The computer rankings that are used in the BCS are not allowed to take game scores into account, while the score–and the score at the end of each quarter–of each game is critical in xHPI to interpreting the value of the result on the teams’ rankings.

Team Score Prev.
1 Florida State 3687.04 1
2 Alabama 3614.29 2
3 Ohio State 3238.60 8
4 Missouri 3233.43 6
5 Baylor 3225.79 3
6 Oklahoma State 3215.63 11
7 Wisconsin 3206.39 7
8 Stanford 3189.41 5
9 Oregon 3138.37 4
10 Arizona State 3130.13 9
11 Auburn 3086.41 10
12 LSU 3067.92 17
13 USC 3009.06 12
14 South Carolina 2979.27 13
15 Michigan St. 2975.29 18
16 Clemson 2958.75 14
17 Louisville 2951.70 16
18 Washington 2938.46 20
19 Georgia 2902.07 22
20 BYU 2890.67 15
21 UCLA 2854.76 21
22 Central Florida 2851.72 24
23 Notre Dame 2848.81 28
24 Duke 2843.75 23
25 Virginia Tech 2819.32 25
26 Arizona 2806.75 37
27 Miami, FL 2804.57 26
28 Georgia Tech 2792.67 27
29 Texas A&M 2788.28 19
30 Oklahoma 2779.91 30
31 Utah State 2745.28 31
32 North Carolina 2739.97 38
33 East Carolina 2724.00 40
34 Fresno State 2694.07 34
35 Texas 2674.41 35
36 Houston 2672.80 29
37 Iowa 2666.35 41
38 Kansas State 2658.80 36
39 Michigan 2654.35 39
40 Mississippi 2653.55 32
41 Utah 2627.18 33
42 Bowling Green 2620.54 43
43 Vanderbilt 2578.93 44
44 Washington St. 2565.50 55
45 Texas Tech 2563.69 50
46 Pittsburgh 2561.65 51
47 Navy 2560.67 53
48 Northern Illinois 2554.81 59
49 Nebraska 2551.84 48
50 Mississippi State 2548.82 49
51 Cincinnati 2537.63 60
52 Minnesota 2533.79 45
53 Marshall 2532.07 52
54 Florida 2528.49 42
55 Ball State 2506.27 58
56 Boston College 2505.61 56
57 Boise State 2503.24 47
58 Oregon State 2464.77 46
59 Penn State 2460.88 61
60 Rice 2447.31 57
61 North Texas 2431.73 54
62 Tulane 2417.96 66
63 Buffalo 2407.88 64
64 Toledo 2392.53 63
65 Indiana 2375.60 62
66 Louisiana-Lafayette 2365.32 68
67 Western Kentucky 2358.92 73
68 Tennessee 2347.11 67
69 Syracuse 2345.65 71
70 Northwestern 2333.57 65
71 Maryland 2315.11 70
72 Texas San Antonio 2311.86 78
73 Arkansas State 2289.05 69
74 Florida Atlantic 2271.70 76
75 South Alabama 2264.58 77
76 Memphis 2261.50 72
77 Texas Christian 2256.07 75
78 Colorado St. 2196.31 74
79 San Diego State 2184.65 86
80 West Virginia 2178.10 84
81 Middle Tennessee 2168.40 80
82 Illinois 2166.66 83
83 UNLV 2150.94 91
84 SMU 2143.06 89
85 North Carolina St. 2130.48 85
86 Nevada 2130.17 87
87 Rutgers 2129.11 79
88 Troy 2126.40 88
89 Wake Forest 2120.52 90
90 Old Dominion 2107.58 81
91 Arkansas 2088.32 95
92 Wyoming 2081.79 94
93 Ohio 2080.22 82
94 Army 2068.50 93
95 Virginia 2067.45 92
96 Iowa State 2056.03 103
97 Kent State 2042.07 104
98 San Jose State 2014.90 97
99 Texas St. San Marcos 1986.15 96
100 Temple 1985.47 98
101 Louisiana-Monroe 1968.76 99
102 Air Force 1899.29 101
103 New Mexico 1897.72 100
104 Akron 1894.30 106
105 Tulsa 1887.04 108
106 Central Michigan 1868.11 112
107 Hawaii 1865.70 109
108 California 1841.51 107
109 South Florida 1837.21 105
110 Kansas 1820.72 102
111 UAB 1814.76 113
112 Kentucky 1811.65 110
113 Louisiana Tech 1785.62 111
114 Colorado 1762.74 114
115 Connecticut 1739.80 115
116 Purdue 1707.64 117
117 UTEP 1575.69 116
118 New Mexico State 1566.73 118
119 Georgia State 1564.49 123
120 Western Mich. 1563.06 120
121 Idaho 1532.37 119
122 Eastern Michigan 1509.59 121
123 Massachusetts 1445.70 122
124 Miami, OH 1366.46 124
125 Southern Miss. 1282.73 125
126 Florida International 1214.77 126
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