MRI 2007 - Week 11: #1 continues to shuffle
February 11, 2008 | By Benjamin Miraski
For anyone that thinks being undefeated should get you to the #1 spot in any poll, I contend you are mistaken.
Kansas and North Carolina, with three losses between them, currently have a stranglehold on that top spot. This week, Kansas returns to the top after another loss by North Carolina, this one to rival Duke.
All this shuffling has allowed undefeated Memphis to close the gap between itself and the leaders, but not overtake them.
Behind them, still trails Duke and UCLA, but a fairly large gap remains between the top three and the rest of the pack.
Check out all the rankings in Week 11 of the MRI.
MRI Top 25 Rankings
Teams Dropped From The Top 25: Rhode Island (LW #24, TW #27), Mississippi (LW #25, TW #32)
Other Teams People Might Care About
Last Place this week: NJIT (0-25) at -149.24. 6th week in a row
Biggest Gain this week: Creighton gained 14.82 points. (Beat Northern Iowa (74-50) and Southern Illinois (72-53))
Biggest Loss this week: Centenary lost 16.29 points (Lost to IUPUFW (44-65) and Oakland (61-97))
Conference rankings this week: Big 12, ACC, PAC-10, Big East, SEC, Big Ten, Atlantic 10, Mountain West, MVC, C-USA. The WAC is 16th.
The MRI Rankings are copyright 2008 by MRISports.com. Ben Miraski writes for MRISports.com and is a featured blogger on FanIQ. Readers can contact Ben at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted February 11, 2008 5:15 PM
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