WEEK 2–LOOK WHO’S CRACKING THE TOP 10

Who’s Got The Power in Week 2?

Before we get into the games, let’s get a little somber business out of the way. PLEASE BOW YOUR HEADS–Into your hands, O Bear Bryant, we commend the Texas football program under Mack Brown.  Acknowledge, we humbly beseech you, this  program that nearly rivaled your own at Alabama.  Receive this program into your touchdown signaling arms and grant it the blessed rest of everlasting peace and the company of other great programs that eventually outlived their competitiveness.  Please  grant  the Longhorn fans who are bereaved the spirit of faith and courage, that they may have the strength to face the weeks and months to come with steadfastness and patience; not sorrowing as those without hope but in thankful remembrance of the great times this program provided, and in the joyful expectation of the wins over Oklahoma the new hire will provide.  All this we ask in the name of the Holy Football Trinity–Bear Bryant, John McKay and Knute Rockne, AMEN. ALL POINTS BULLETIN:  There is a reported disappearance of offense from Gainesville, FL.  Though the offense has been sick for several years, it seems to have vanished over the past three days.  Foul play definitely occurred. RANDOM THOUGHTS FROM THE WEEKEND:  TCU’s play in the first half against SE LA was pathetic.  How did WKU commit five turnovers in the span of six plays?  As bad as Florida was playing, they probably would have won the game if Driskell had not have thrown that awful, last interception.  An incompletion or better would have resulted in a field goal, increased momentum and more than enough time to score again to take the lead and the game.  Connor Shaw’s fumble may have cost South Carolina the game against Georgia and possibly a whole lot more.  Michigan State beat South Florida 21-6.  Last week, McNeese State beat South Florida 54-21.  Saw an Oregon player basically get clothes-lined by his teammate.  You’ve got to like the on-sides kick call by Georgia against South Carolina.  Old Dominion, in its transition year to FBS (1-A) has seven lower division opponents.  Les Miles was mentioned in headlines about possible transgressions by Oklahoma State from 2001-2011, but not mentioned within the articles.  Nice try to smear the guy.  Player from Texas A&M said that Florida State and LSU offered him $600K to sign with them seven months ago.  He didn’t mention what Texas A&M offered.  Ole Miss could effectively end Mack Brown’s tenure at Texas.  I think BYU should have demonstrated its religious principles by kneeling on the ball the entire 4th quarter against Texas.  They still would have won by double digits.  Manny Diaz did an awful job preparing the defense for Texas.  Major Applewhite was just as bad with his play calling.  Washington State is not that good.  USC may be that bad. Now to the results, six teams jumped into the top 10 that were ranked 39th or worse.  Georgia and Oregon were expected, and Miami wasn’t too surprising, but Washington State, Illinois and BYU shocked me.  I know that USC under-performed against Hawaii, but this is beyond belief.  How can Cincinnati dominate Purdue and then be dominated by Illinois?  BYU lost a close game to Virginia.  The same Virginia that seems to lose to 1-AA teams early every season.  Then, the Mormans DOMINATED Texas in a historic fashion.  Unfortunately for all of the new entries except Georgia, they probably won’t be there at the end of the season. SEC EAST:  Georgia is number one this week, and they may still be there after LSU visits.  Based on their porous defensive play, LSU should beat them in three weeks.  Florida gets the week off to enjoy watching the Miami game films before restoring hope to the Tennessee faithful.  South Carolina plays Vanderbilt next week.  They were my pick to win the EAST, but they’ll need LSU and another team to beat Georgia.  Though they are 2-0, if Tennessee upsets Oregon next week, it may be the upset of the season.  Missouri has an open week before playing another stiff.  Kentucky did look a lot better roughing up Miami OH, but they shouldn’t expect the same this weekend against Louisville. SEC WEST:  Texas A&M beat Sam Houston State badly as they were supposed to.  They have had three starters on defense suspended for the past two games.  Since these suspensions four times longer than Manziel’s, I hope they involved high level felonies.  They play Bama next week in the HUGE game of the week.  If both teams play like they have so far, A&M should win.    I’m not going so far as to pick them.  Alabama was idle, and not gaining any points caused them to slide from 2nd to 11th.  Don’t worry.  If they win on Saturday, they’ll gain plenty of points.  LSU dropped eight spots for playing UAB.  Unfortunately, when you’re on top, the only way to go is down.  They shouldn’t drop as much after disposing Kent State this weekend.  Ole Miss beat SEMO, and it cost them thirteen spots.  They may not gain much back now that Texas is ranked 101.  Arkansas should coast by its third stiff, Southern Miss.  Auburn jumped up to 10th which is more of a function of the teams around them playing bad teams than their victory over Arkansas St.  They and Mississippi State play Saturday in a game that could decide which team secures last place in the WEST. BIG 10: There were only two or three intriguing games this weekend.  Illinois made their game with Cincinnati intriguing with the upset, Northwestern beat Syracuse just like last year, and Michigan beating Notre Dame.  A lot of us felt Notre Dame would struggle because of their QB situation, but they had a chance late in this one.  Michigan might be pretty good, but we may not know for sure until they play Ohio State.  None of their other opponents are inspiring much fear.  There should be some entertaining games this weekend with four teams playing PAC 12 opponents and the IOWA-IOWA ST match-up. BIG 12: Oklahoma and Oklahoma State may not be horrible.  Texas Tech and Baylor could be okay, too.  I am surprised the Oklahoma-West Virginia game was that close considering the fact that West Virginia barely slipped past Bill & Mary last week.  Texas Tech-TCU this weekend should be fun.  I hope Rice beats Kansas.  Ole Miss-Texas could be historic. PAC 12:  All 12 teams played Saturday, but there were only 1.5 games worth mentioning.  Oregon destroyed Virginia.  They were supposed to.  Washington State beat USC.  This wasn’t supposed to happen.  I’m not upset about it, just surprised.  Better match-ups this weekend.  Colorado-Fresno State should be competitive.  Now, USC-Boston College and Washington-Illinois look competitive, too. ACC:  I heard some announcers during the Florida-Miami game discussing how the ACC is beating the SEC this year.  They are doing well.  A little better than expected, but the record between the conferences is 2-2.  Miami’s win over Florida may be one that gives them some momentum, but I doubt it.  They could actually see a better offense when they take the field again in two weeks to play Savannah State.  Duke-Ga Tech could be a fun one to watch Saturday.  ULM-Wake Forest, too.  Boston College-USC is a train wreck special. ALL THE REST:  Tulane lost to South Alabama.  As bad as Tulane is, this shouldn’t happen.  South Alabama is in its first full season as a 1-A member and lost last week to Southern Utah.  They are now the lowest ranked team to not lose to a 1-AA team, so far.  SMU barely beat Montana State 31-30 while Western Michigan lost to Nicholls State and Georgia State lost to Tenn-Chattanooga.  There shouldn’t be any games to mention upcoming unless these teams rise up and upset the big boys or get upset by lower division stiffs. THE RANKINGS:

WEEK 2 POINTS RECORD LAST RNK
1 GEORGIA 14.31785 1 1 80
2 ILLINOIS 11.79324 2 0 68
3 WASHINGTON ST 11.49741 1 1 92
4 MIAMI 11.13036 2 0 39
5 MICHIGAN 11.08518 2 0 26
6 BYU 10.80496 1 1 101
7 OREGON 9.292941 2 0 53
8 OKLAHOMA ST 8.354399 2 0 5
9 LSU 8.162664 2 0 1
10 AUBURN 7.273124 2 0 25
11 ALABAMA 7.082837 1 0 2
12 CLEMSON 6.825759 2 0 3
13 WASHINGTON 6.747948 1 0 6
14 FLORIDA ST 6.731733 1 0 7
15 NORTHWESTERN 6.619849 2 0 12
16 PENN ST 6.5648 2 0 9
17 OKLAHOMA 6.453486 2 0 29
18 BOWLING GREEN 6.324209 2 0 15
19 UTAH ST 5.674054 1 1 104
20 NORTHERN ILL 5.656366 1 0 10
21 MISSISSIPPI 5.240111 2 0 8
22 TENNESSEE 5.181542 2 0 53
23 UCLA 4.834143 1 0 16
24 STANFORD 4.513432 1 0 46
25 NOTRE DAME 4.464439 1 0 22
26 NEBRASKA 4.305199 2 0 30
27 BOSTON COLLEGE 4.213151 2 0 68
28 NAVY 4.134641 1 0 46
29 TEXAS TECH 3.977786 2 0 18
30 UTAH 3.920194 2 0 21
31 FRESNO ST 3.794519 2 0 13
32 NC STATE 3.684782 2 0 14
33 MARYLAND 3.657158 2 0 34
34 MINNESOTA 3.63765 2 0 35
35 OHIO ST 3.485711 2 0 31
36 LOUISVILLE 3.331092 2 0 28
37 UCF 3.208113 2 0 44
38 TEXAS AM 3.079679 2 0 27
39 TEXAS ST 2.853129 2 0 32
40 EAST CAROLINA 2.747873 2 0 45
41 ARKANSAS 2.492226 2 0 24
42 NORTH CAROLINA 2.212327 1 1 77
43 TEXAS SAN ANTONIO 2.179515 1 1 41
44 TROY 2.17299 2 0 36
45 DUKE 1.987697 2 0 53
46 OHIO UNIV 1.957389 1 1 100
47 MARSHALL 1.847648 2 0 42
48 BALL ST 1.728915 2 0 53
49 MICH ST 1.508952 2 0 33
50 HOUSTON 1.496576 2 0 53
51 COLORADO 1.416817 2 0 40
52 BAYLOR 1.181673 2 0 53
53 SOUTH CAROLINA 0.960932 1 1 4
54 VIRGINIA 0.762047 1 1 17
55 MISSOURI 0.661683 2 0 53
56 WISCONSIN 0.240831 2 0 43
57 FLORIDA -0.16782 1 1 20
58 NEW MEXICO -0.20685 1 1 116
58 ARIZONA ST -0.20685 1 1 116
60 GA TECH -1.24624 1 0 53
61 WYOMING -1.73399 1 1 79
62 EASTERN MICH -1.8739 1 1 68
63 WEST VIRGINIA -2.17787 1 1 68
64 WESTERN KENTUCKY -2.20503 1 1 19
65 KANSAS -2.6445 1 0 46
65 ARIZONA ST -2.6445 1 0 46
67 RICE -3.00187 0 1 82
68 ARKANSAS ST -3.29485 1 1 52
69 VIRGINIA TECH -3.40494 1 1 74
70 PITTSBURGH -3.44128 0 1 88
71 TCU -3.45874 1 1 75
72 KENT ST -3.46365 1 1 68
73 ULM -3.46987 1 1 78
74 SAN JOSE ST -3.6664 1 1 53
75 KENTUCKY -3.87111 1 1 112
76 SYRACUSE -4.03748 0 2 86
77 MISSISSIPPI ST -4.14528 1 1 76
78 FLORIDA ATLANTIC -4.7043 0 2 91
79 CENTRAL MICH -4.74144 1 1 89
80 TOLEDO -4.91672 0 2 84
81 BUFFALO -5.01493 0 2 81
82 BOISE ST -5.13209 1 1 97
83 NEW MEXICO ST -5.15901 0 2 90
84 MEMPHIS -5.40651 0 1 46
85 NEVADA -5.45974 1 1 102
86 CALIFORNIA -5.50648 1 1 96
87 LA TECH -5.51298 1 1 95
88 VANDERBILT -5.53319 1 1 103
89 SMU -5.84322 1 1 99
90 PURDUE -5.89476 1 1 94
91 RUTGERS -5.94133 1 1 106
92 MIDDLE TENN -6.21813 1 1 53
93 UNLV -6.27346 0 2 107
94 IOWA -6.3284 1 1 105
95 CINCINNATI -6.44256 1 1 11
96 ARMY -6.5901 1 1 68
97 TEMPLE -6.61034 0 2 83
98 INDIANA -6.71501 1 1 53
99 OLD DOMINION -6.76056 0 2 108
100 WAKE FOREST -6.82339 1 1 53
101 UAB -7.1085 0 2 113
102 AKRON -7.15986 1 1 109
103 FLORIDA INT -7.1724 0 2 110
104 TULSA -7.55834 1 1 118
105 SOUTHERN MISS -8.43591 0 2 117
106 TEXAS -8.44545 1 1 37
107 UL-LAF -9.5981 0 2 93
108 USC -9.93309 1 1 23
109 NORTH TEXAS -10.718 1 1 38
110 IDAHO -10.736 0 2 115
111 COLORADO ST -11.2013 0 2 111
112 MIAMI (OH) -12.2089 0 2 114
113 HAWAII -12.2611 0 2 98
114 AIR FORCE -13.6398 1 1 53
115 UTEP -17.1481 0 1 46
116 TULANE -17.6016 1 1 53
117 SOUTH ALABAMA -22.8842 1 1 119
118 KANSAS ST -23.7358 1 1 121
119 OREGON ST -24.1347 1 1 121
120 CONNECTICUT -29.6462 0 1 121
121 IOWA ST -31.0445 0 1 121
122 SAN DIEGO ST -34.7883 0 2 125
123 SOUTH FLORIDA -34.9065 0 2 125
124 UMASS -52.6037 0 2 85
125 WESTERN MICH -52.6585 0 2 87
126 GEORGIA STATE -98.5445 0 2 119

I hope you enjoyed reading this.  Keep posting those awesome comments.  Tell some others about the ranking.  Really. Thanks, Bill

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2013–WEEK 1

First of all, I meant to post my Week 1 picks, and I didn’t.  This changes what I planned to write such as how absolutely called Washington’s win over Boise St and taking Washington St and the points, and my missing Ole Miss losing to Vanderbilt.  I also had Clemson narrowly beating Georgia, Fresno St over Rutgers and Northwestern over Cal in games that looked to be too close to call.  The only ones that can verify my picks are those I communicated with over the past few weeks.  So, unless they leave comments, you’ll just have to take my word for it.

What a great opening week!  More good games than I can remember in an opening week.  The Ole Miss game was wonderful!  They may be pretty good, too.  The winner between Florida State and Clemson should remain in the national conversation all year unless Georgia Tech or Virginia Tech knocks either team out.  Most of the teams picked by the mags to win their conferences won convincingly.

On the flip side, there were WAY to many horrible performances by the seven teams that lost to 1-AA teams, and a few others that almost did.  North Dakota State will have problems scheduling big boy teams after this season, but Eastern Illinois and McNeese State may not get too many calls after dominating San Diego State and South Florida, respectively.  Eastern Washington won again, and it seems like they beat a 1-A team every year.

Regarding the SEC EAST, South Carolina looks for real, and they are my pick to win the division.  Georgia is still in the mix if they can replace their kicker and primary wide receiver, but they need to beat SC this weekend.  Georgia fans are killing Aaron Murray and Mark Richt this morning.  Murray certainly had a lot of poorly thown balls caught in the first half, but he wasn’t the reason they lost.  They just couldn’t handle Clemson’s speed.  Some callers were saying that Mark Richt could be fired if Georgia starts the season 1-4.  Richt won’t be fired after this start, but if this start includes more injuries that add up to 7 or 8 losses, his job could be in jeopardy.

Florida didn’t show too much against Toledo, and they had a bunch of players sitting out.  If they beat Miami, they may be for real.  Missouri and Tennessee looked good, but it’s tough to tell from that level of competition.  Vanderbilt is in a hole after losing to Ole Miss.  Kentucky stinks.

A lot of people are jumping off of Texas A&M’s bandwagon after Manziel’s stupidity and LSU’s discovery of offense, but this may be a little premature.  A&M struggled early against Rice, but dominated the second half.  They can still beat BAMA in week 3 and have a good shot to win it all.  Is it possible that Alabama’s new linemen actually need some seasoning before they play up to expectations?  This bodes well for A&M, not so well for LSU.  Speaking of the Tigers, the new defensive players didn’t miss a beat.  The new offensive linemen played well, too.  Even the QB played well.  A few pundits are looking at his completion percentage.  What that doesn’t indicate was how good TCU’s pass defense was throughout the game.  Several SEC teams will be a little stronger against the run, but I’m not sure if any will be able to knock away that many passes without getting flagged.  Mett put the ball where it needed to go almost every time.

Ole Miss should have a puncher’s chance in every game if their players stay healthy, but they look like they may need a couple more GOOD linemen to compete at the highest level every week.  It’s hard to really judge Arkansas, Auburn and Mississippi State right now.  Auburn could have lost, but I think the win over Washington State will look better as the season progresses.  Leach had the team playing better at the end of last season, and he should win more than 3 this season if he doesn’t get too many guys hurt next week against USC.  Mississippi State lost to Oklahoma State as most people expected, and I’m expecting to see the same type of team Mullen’s put out there the last few years.  Arkansas controlled the game against a fairly weak Louisiana Lafayette.

The Big 12–Welcome to STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE HELL, BIG 12.  This is what happens when 2, TWO, of your teams lose to 1-AA teams.  Plus, West Virginia almost lost their game with Bill & Mary.  If West Virginia loses this week, some of those couch burners will be longing for the days of Bill Stewart.  Oklahoma and Texas won comfortably like they were supposed to, but neither dominated right out the gate.  I hope Baylor or Texas Tech rise up this season.

In the Big 10, only Wisconsin and Michigan kicked their 1-A opponents in the head, but these were two MAC teams that are looking up to their leaders.

Several of the PAC 12 teams played well, and Washington did so against a quality opponent in Boise State.  UCLA scored more than I expected, even though Nevada isn’t very good.  USC scored less than I expected against Hawaii which shouldn’t be very good.  Stanford didn’t play.

How about Jameis Winston for Florida State?  He looked so good, that the TV announcers didn’t even notice how poor Florida State’s pass was in the first half.  This team, like Clemson, could win a LOT of games.  Clemson looked good, and is fun to watch unless you’re a fan of solid defense.  Virginia’s win over BYU was a good one, but a good game over Oregon this week will get someone to notice.  Miami plays Florida, so we may know more about both teams after that.  None of the other teams that won played any good teams.

 

One of the reasons I didn’t get to post my picks was because I was reworking my model.  In the past, I had a formula based upon the performance of a team’s conference over the past four years.  Though this bias calculation was fine and fairly accurate for the top teams in the top conferences, it skewed the results for middle and lower teams in the top conferences.  So, I decided to rework the past year’s results to reflect each team’s performance for the past four years.  This is still ongoing, so the rankings today could be restated later.

Unlike the previous couple of years, today’s rankings do not have as many early season possible outliers that were present in the first few weeks.  The only one in the top 20 is Western Kentucky, checking in at 19th.  This is basically because there were so few dominating wins over decent teams.

My brother and others will question the validity of the rankings this week because LSU comes in at number 1.  This objective result came about because of so few good matchups.  Next week, LSU should drop a few spots simply because they are playing a historically weak team, UAB.

Like the last few seasons, there are groups of tied teams.  These are the teams that didn’t play, the teams that beat their 1-AA opponents by 17 points or worse, the teams that barely beat their 1-AA opponents, the teams that barely lost to their 1-AA opponents and South Florida and San Diego State who got beat badly by their 1-AA opponents.  These two teams should forfeit the rest of their games and fold their programs.

WEEK 1 POINTS RECORD LST RNK
1 LSU 7.583714 1 0 1
2 ALABAMA 7.106 1 0 1
3 CLEMSON 6.982857 1 0 1
4 SOUTH CAROLINA 6.911143 1 0 1
5 OKLAHOMA ST 6.782286 1 0 1
6 WASHINGTON 6.763429 1 0 1
7 FLORIDA ST 6.682286 1 0 1
8 MISSISSIPPI 5.946286 1 0 1
9 PENN ST 5.814286 1 0 1
10 NORTHERN ILL 5.704286 1 0 1
11 CINCINNATI 5.632 1 0 1
12 NORTHWESTERN 5.408857 1 0 1
13 FRESNO ST 4.988571 1 0 1
14 NC STATE 4.931143 1 0 1
15 BOWLING GREEN 4.877714 1 0 1
16 UCLA 4.852571 1 0 1
17 VIRGINIA 4.822857 1 0 1
18 TEXAS TECH 4.710857 1 0 1
19 WESTERN KENTUCKY 4.534286 1 0 1
20 FLORIDA 4.418857 1 0 1
21 UTAH 4.26 1 0 1
22 NOTRE DAME 4.076286 1 0 1
23 USC 4.004571 1 0 1
24 ARKANSAS 3.887714 1 0 1
25 AUBURN 3.831429 1 0 1
26 MICHIGAN 3.824857 1 0 1
27 TEXAS AM 3.818571 1 0 1
28 LOUISVILLE 3.809143 1 0 1
29 OKLAHOMA 3.714857 1 0 1
30 NEBRASKA 3.637143 1 0 1
31 OHIO ST 3.469714 1 0 1
32 TEXAS ST 3.428857 1 0 1
33 MICH ST 3.194286 1 0 1
34 MARYLAND 3.127143 1 0 1
35 MINNESOTA 2.960571 1 0 1
36 TROY 2.808571 1 0 1
37 TEXAS 2.806571 1 0 1
38 NORTH TEXAS 2.756286 1 0 1
39 MIAMI 2.753143 1 0 1
40 COLORADO 2.722857 1 0 1
41 TEXAS SAN ANTONIO 2.658857 1 0 1
42 MARSHALL 2.649429 1 0 1
43 WISCONSIN 2.621143 1 0 1
44 UCF 2.482857 1 0 1
45 EAST CAROLINA 2.128571 1 0 1
46 KANSAS 0 0 0 1
46 ARIZONA ST 0 0 0 1
46 STANFORD 0 0 0 1
46 MEMPHIS 0 0 0 1
46 UTEP 0 0 0 1
46 NAVY 0 0 0 1
52 TENNESSEE -0.24977 1 0 1
52 MISSOURI -0.24977 1 0 1
52 INDIANA -0.24977 1 0 1
52 BAYLOR -0.24977 1 0 1
52 WAKE FOREST -0.24977 1 0 1
52 GEORGIA TECH -0.24977 1 0 1
52 DUKE -0.24977 1 0 1
52 OREGON -0.24977 1 0 1
52 ARIZONA -0.24977 1 0 1
52 AIR FORCE -0.24977 1 0 1
52 SAN JOSE ST -0.24977 1 0 1
52 TULANE -0.24977 1 0 1
52 MIDDLE TENN -0.24977 1 0 1
52 BALL ST -0.24977 1 0 1
52 ARKANSAS ST -0.24977 1 0 1
52 HOUSTON -0.24977 1 0 1
68 ILLINOIS -0.74977 1 0 1
68 WEST VIRGINIA -0.74977 1 0 1
68 BOSTON COLLEGE -0.74977 1 0 1
68 ARMY -0.74977 1 0 1
68 KENT ST -0.74977 1 0 1
68 EASTERN MICH -0.74977 1 0 1
74 VIRGINIA TECH -2.25029 0 1 1
75 TCU -2.30371 0 1 1
76 MISSISSIPPI ST -2.49229 0 1 1
77 NORTH CAROLINA -2.52686 0 1 1
78 ULM -2.53629 0 1 1
79 WYOMING -2.56571 0 1 1
80 GEORGIA -2.80429 0 1 1
81 BUFFALO -2.904 0 1 1
82 RICE -2.92286 0 1 1
83 TEMPLE -2.992 0 1 1
84 TOLEDO -3.09886 0 1 1
85 UMASS -3.13971 0 1 1
86 SYRACUSE -3.17429 0 1 1
87 WESTERN MICH -3.19429 0 1 1
88 PITTSBURGH -3.39086 0 1 1
89 CENTRAL MICH -3.44771 0 1 1
90 NEW MEXICO ST -3.608 0 1 1
91 FLORIDA ATLANTIC -3.74314 0 1 1
92 WASHINGTON ST -3.74571 0 1 1
93 UL-LAF -3.79343 0 1 1
94 PURDUE -3.88771 0 1 1
95 LA TECH -3.894 0 1 1
96 CALIFORNIA -3.94743 0 1 1
97 BOISE ST -3.982 0 1 1
98 HAWAII -4.10743 0 1 1
99 SMU -4.248 0 1 1
100 OHIO UNIV -4.28057 0 1 1
101 BYU -4.35143 0 1 1
102 NEVADA -4.38114 0 1 1
103 VANDERBILT -4.39057 0 1 1
104 UTAH ST -4.43143 0 1 1
105 IOWA -4.71429 0 1 1
106 RUTGERS -4.81714 0 1 1
107 UNLV -5.12914 0 1 1
108 OLD DOMINION -5.3 0 1 1
109 AKRON -5.68857 0 1 1
110 FLORIDA INT -5.86143 0 1 1
111 COLORADO ST -5.89429 0 1 1
112 KENTUCKY -6.16286 0 1 1
113 UAB -6.36571 0 1 1
114 MIAMI (OH) -6.42086 0 1 1
115 IDAHO -7.37629 0 1 1
116 NEW MEXICO -7.51457 0 1 1
117 SOUTHERN MISS -7.766 0 1 1
118 TULSA -10.1577 0 1 1
119 KANSAS ST -28.6498 0 1 1
119 IOWA ST -28.6498 0 1 1
119 OREGON ST -28.6498 0 1 1
119 UCONN -28.6498 0 1 1
119 GEORGIA ST -28.6498 0 1 1
119 SOUTH ALABAMA -28.6498 0 1 1
125 SOUTH FLORIDA -33.6498 0 1 1
125 SAN DIEGO ST -33.6498 0 1 1

As usual, I’d like to know what you think.  What would be unusual is if any of you do leave some comments, or any likes.  I’ll have the conference pages updated later.

Thanks,

Bill