View Full Version : Current RPI --- Gonzaga 31 St. Mary's 32

03-02-2008, 08:20 AM
per Jerry Palm's www.collegerpi.com 's premium site.

03-02-2008, 08:59 AM
Free site, same numbers


03-02-2008, 09:27 AM
The zags can easily move up three spots as well. The RPI numbers are extremely close.

03-02-2008, 10:17 AM
RPI rank changes over last night per KenPom:

Feb 29 Mar 01 School
35 31 Gonzaga
1 1 Tenn
2 2 Memphis
13 13 Uconn
22 21 WSU
32 30 Oklahoma
31 32 St. Mary's
63 47 Tex Tech
53 49 WKU
54 52 St. Joe
64 56 VA Tech
101 103 CSUN
104 106 San Diego
93 108 Utah
141 148 Georgia
187 189 Pepp
182 191 Santa Clara
231 233 montana
270 269 USF
286 274 N. Colo.
302 296 Portland
301 297 UC Riv.
316 301 Idaho
296 303 LMU

St. Joseph is knocking on the door of the top 50, but with a couple of tough games still to go (Xavier at Hawk Hill and Dayton at Dayton). Utah falls out of the top 100, with two games left, including one at UNLV). Western Kentucky sneaks into the top 50, with its regular season finished yesterday.

I'll be interested in seeing CDC84's take on all this.

03-02-2008, 11:09 AM

The guy who does this mock bracket is an idiot. Read the comment next to Gonzaga.

03-02-2008, 11:33 AM
That will give GU two more top 50 wins.

Another note, GU has no losses outside the top 50

03-02-2008, 12:36 PM
Seems like an awful waste of time & resources. Had the Gaels had just stayed in Spokane Saturday, they probably wouldn't have run out of gas in the 2nd half.

03-02-2008, 03:25 PM
I noticed that too. What a moron.

03-02-2008, 03:33 PM
He had Texas plugged in as the #1 seed in the Midwest. Back to the drawing board. It's a waste of time, anybody could fill out a bracket and hang a label on it. (Have to admit, I did like seeing the Zags as a 6 seed.)

03-02-2008, 03:51 PM
Texas Tech, Western Kentucky, St. Joe's, and Virginia Tech can all help out GU with their RPI numbers... good luck to all of them :)

Texas Tech has 2 tough games against Kansas (road) and Baylor (home)...

Western Kentucky heads into their conf. tourney as the #2 seed... it will be hard for S. Alabama to beat a good Western Kentucky team 3 times if they face eachother in the final.

St. Joe's has a monster schedule remaining against Temple (home), Xavier (home), and Dayton (road)... a great opportunity to lock up their at-large bid status though.

Virginia Tech. has Wake Forest (home) and Clemson (away) left... it would be nice to see the finish strong and jump into the top 50 RPI.

What a great week of basketball, and it only gets better :D

03-02-2008, 06:37 PM
You may also want to look at realtimerpi.com It's a free site that indicates quality wins bad losses etc...

03-02-2008, 06:44 PM
Conference WCC
Non-Conf. SOS: 13
ESPN/USA Today rank: 0
Road W-L 7-2
W - L vs. D-I: 23-6
Neutral W-L 4-3
S-Curve 23
Last 12 10-2
vs. non-D-I 0-0
Offensive Average 77.45
RPI 31
Defensive Average 63.9
RPI% 0.5952
Adjusted Scoring Margin: 13.6
SOS 99
vs. RPI 1-25 : 1-2
SOS%: 0.5336
vs. RPI 26-50: 1-4
Opp SOS 91
vs. RPI 51-100: 3-0
Conf.W-L: 12-1

vs. RPI 101-150: 5-0
Non-Conf. W-L 11-5
vs. RPI sub-151 13-0
Non-Conf. RPI 29

Rank: Teams ranked 1-341 by RPI.
RPI: Numeric ratings percentage index (with home/road adjustments).
DI W-L: W/L record vs. Division I opponents only.
SOS: Teams ranked 1-341 by schedule strength.
SOS%: Average winning percentage of all DI opponents.
NC RP: Teams ranked 1-341 by nonconference RPI only.
NC SS: Teams ranked 1-341 by nonconference SOS only.
CF RP: Teams ranked 1-341 by in conference games only.
CF SS: Teams ranked 1-341 by by conference schedule only.
CF RK: Leagues ranked 1-32 by Conference RPI.
1-25: Record vs. InsideRPI 1-25 teams.
26-50: Record vs. InsideRPI 26-50 teams.
51-100: Record vs. InsideRPI 51-100 teams.
L12: Record in Last 12 DI games.
L RPI: Joe Lunardi's preferred RPI formula.
ASM: Adjusted Scoring Margin (sum of Offensive Quotient and Defensive Quotient.

03-02-2008, 06:50 PM
The truth of the matter is that the judgment of the selection committee is going to be subjective. We can turn ourselves inside out collecting and comparing data, but in the end, the selection committee isn't bound by any particular mathematical formula, and a number of schools are going to be saying on Selection Sunday (which, by the way, is just 13 days away), "We was robbed," and there won't be a thing they can do about it.

I just don't want to hear Billy Packer and Jim Nance wailing about the committee not favoring enough BCS schools this year ... Those two guys are dead to me since that pitiful performance - was it just last year?

03-02-2008, 08:11 PM
St. Joe's is not looking good heading towards the final stretch... tonight they lost at home to Temple 57-56 :( Zag fans will have to hope for better results against Xavier and Dayton this week.

03-02-2008, 08:24 PM
St. Joe's is not looking good heading towards the final stretch... tonight they lost at home to Temple 57-56 :( Zag fans will have to hope for better results against Xavier and Dayton this week.
Hmm. too bad. I'm not holding my breath about Xavier and Dayton. St. Joe's was favored to win that game against Temple in KenPom, with a 74% probability, followed by losses predicted for Xavier and Dayton, with only 32% and 39% probailities for wins.

[CODE]Sun Mar 2 Home W, 75-69[64] (74%) Saint Joseph's vs. (81) Temple (sr)
Thu Mar 6 Home L, 71-67[63] (32%) Saint Joseph's vs. (16) Xavier (sr)
Sat Mar 8 Away L, 68-65[61] (39%) Saint Joseph's vs. (72) Dayton (sr)