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2021-22 Men's College Basketball Rankings for Week 4

Illinois 111, St. Bonaventure 106, LSU 93, Ohio State 75, Indiana 63, Colorado State 59, Xavier 46, Texas Tech 34, Marquette 23, Iowa 9, North Carolina 9, San Francisco 7, Loyola Chicago 3, Virginia Tech 3, Wake Forest 2, Louisville 2, Iona 1, Ohio 1 (Source: www.espn.com)

Ap Top 25 Poll

Others receiving votes:Illinois 111, St. Bonaventure 106, LSU 93, Ohio St. 75, Indiana 63, Colorado St. 59, Xavier 46, Texas Tech 34, Marquette 23, North Carolina 9, Iowa 9, San Francisco 7, Loyola Chicago 3, Virginia Tech 3, Louisville 2, Wake Forest 2, Ohio 1, Iona 1. (Source: collegebasketball.ap.org)

Ncaa Men’s College Basketball Coaches Poll

The Ferris Mowers Men’s Basketball Coaches Poll, powered by USA TODAY Sports, is conducted weekly throughout the regular season using a panel of head coaches at Division I schools. The panel is chosen in consultation with the National Association of Basketball Coaches. The voters represent each of the 32 Division I conferences that receive an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. Each coach submits a Top 25 with a first-place vote worth 25 points, second place 24, and so on down to one point for 25th. 

Njcaa Di Men's Basketball Ranking

Receiving Votes: Brunswick, Central Georgia Tech, Triton, Moberly Area, Panola, Jones, East Mississippi, Spartanburg Methodist, Southwestern Illinois, South Georgia State, Northwest Mississippi, Hill, Lamar State-Port Arthur, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, North Dakota SCS, Cochise, Connors State, Dyersburg State, Lee, McLennan, South Georgia Tech, Eastern Oklahoma State (Source: njcaa.org)

College Basketball Rankings 2021-22: Top 68 Guide

Welcome to the new home of my college hoops coverage. Let’s skip the traditional top-68 bracketology and analyze which teams are undervalued and overvalued in the betting market with my 2021-22 college basketball rankings.

Lsu Tigers (no. 35 to No. 20):

Will Wade’s teams haven’t finished higher than No. 59 in Adjusted Defensive Efficiency (AdjD) during his LSU tenure. That metric signifies the rating of a defense (or offense) on a points per possession basis via college basketball prognosticator Ken Pomeroy. The Tigers rank No. 18 in that department thus far, and Missouri transfer Xavier Pinson is leading the charge as a two-way pest. 

Louisville Cardinals (unranked to No. 28):

The Cardinals went from struggling on the glass to climbing to a No. 38 ranking in defensive rebounding rate. Their refined effort is allowing them to control the tempo with Marshall transfer Jarrod West at point guard (22.0% assist rate). They’ll have head coach Chris Mack back on the sidelines after he served a six-game suspension. (Source: www.thelines.com)

 

 

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