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    The remaining undefeated teams in Division I MBB x Conference ( At the start of play, 11.25.19 )

    AAC: SMU, Wichita St., Temple
    A10: Duquesne, VCU, Dayton, Richmond
    ACC: Duke, Louisville, Virginia, VA Tech, UNC
    ASun: Liberty
    B12: Kans. St., Oklahoma, OSU, Texas Tech, TCU, West Virginia
    BEast: Butler, DePaul
    BSky: Sacramento St.
    B10: Maryland, Indiana, OSU, Mich, Penn St
    CAA: Delaware
    CUSA: UTEP
    MAC: Kent St., Eastern Mich.
    MVC: Northern Iowa
    MWC: Utah St., SDSU
    PAC12: Colo., AZ, Stanford, Oregon
    SEC: Arkansas, Auburn, Georgia, Tenn
    WCC: USF, GU

    Teams in RED = Sustained a loss since the original post; scroll to end of thread for 12/22 Update
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    USF has racked up a gaudy record, but not much meat yet. Their Yale win is about it. Interesting to see how they stack up against ASU.
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    USF could very likely be the last unbeaten in the WCC

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    Down goes Duke

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    Not impressed with either by or Kansas tonoght

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    Getting more impressed with Kansas

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    Dayton & Penn State lose their first today

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    The Ducks go quack

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    Default Texas Tech go down

    Iowa takes down Red Raiders.

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    We win tomorrow and we go top 3-5. SO glad we won this Oregon game. It's good to be undefeated

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    Zags & Vols leave the ranks of unbeatens.

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    St. Mary's hands Utah State its first "L," 81 - 73. Jordan Ford played a helluva game.

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    San Francisco falls to the Rainbow Warriors, 85 -75

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    Default Update: December 2, 2019 ( w/ AP Ranking )

    AAC: Southern Methodist Univ.
    A10: Duquesne
    ACC: #1 Louisville, #5 Virginia
    ASun: Liberty
    B12: Oklahoma State, West Virginia
    BEast: #24 Butler, DePaul
    B10: #3 Maryland, Indiana, #6 Ohio State, #4 Michigan
    CAA: Delaware
    CUSA: UTEP
    MWC: San Diego State
    PAC12: #20 Colorado, #12 Arizona
    SEC: Arkansas, #14 Auburn
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    Wolverines catch Harbaugh disease, fall flat vs. Louisville.

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    Boilermakers handle business on their home court and the Cavaliers get the "L"

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    Baylor hangs on to beat Arizona, 63 - 58

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    Wisconsin defeats Indiana, 84 - 64.

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    Georgetown 91, SMU 74

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    From Ken Pomeroy's twitter feed:

    Impress your friends by picking Duquesne to be the last unbeaten. Not the most likely team, but not unrealistic either. Possibly favored in every game until January 22.

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    Default And then there were Eight: 12. 09. Update

    A10: Duquesne (NR)
    ACC: #1 Louisville
    ASun: Liberty(NR)
    BEast: #18 Butler
    B10: #4 Maryland, #3 Ohio State
    MWC: #25 San Diego State
    SEC: #12 Auburn
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    Writing for The Athletic, Ken Pomeroy examines the remaining 8 and takes a stab at predicting which team will nbe the final undefeated squad:

    https://theathletic.com/1446459/2019...rce=dailyemail

    Since the start of the season, the list of unbeatens has been narrowed from 353 teams to something we can wrap our arms around. Over the past weekend alone, the unbeaten club was cut from 16 to eight. And it could have been worse as Maryland and San Diego State needed heroics in the final seconds to avoid defeat.

    So let’s handicap the chase for the honor of being the last one standing. To do so, I simulated the rest of the season 10,000 times using the win probabilities generated for each game from my ratings. Before I reveal the results of those simulations, keep in mind I’m not concerned about a team finishing the season undefeated. The chances of that are tiny enough to ignore. No, this is simply about which team will be able to outlast the others before losing its first game.

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    Maryland falls to Penn State on the road, 76 - 69, bringing hoops joy(and a court storming) to Happy Valley. The Nittany Lions forced the Terps into 20 TO's.

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    Down goes Louisville in the Jimmy V Classic at Madison Square Garden, 70 - 57

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    We win this next 2 and we will be ascending to a No 1 spot. Go Mighty ZAGS!!!

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