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NET Rankings through Sunday 12/5/21


4 Nebraska

18 Ohio State
22 Iowa
29 Michigan
35 Indiana
36 Michigan
64 Northwestern
73 Minnesota
78 Michigan State
121 Purdue
122 Penn State
161 Rutgers
193 Illinois
263 Wisconsin
 



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There once was a poster happy to explain the NET's silliness. My interest is in how the selection committee uses it (especially its use for at large selection of Power Five conferences). The RPI was a pretty good predictor of in or out. I'm guessing the NET will be the same-otherwise why have it?

The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee announced that beginning with the 2020-21 season, the NCAA Evaluation Tool will be changed to increase accuracy and simplify it by reducing a five-component metric to just two. The remaining factors include the Team Value Index (TVI), which is a result-based feature that rewards teams for beating quality opponents, particularly away from home, as well as an adjusted net efficiency rating.

The adjusted efficiency is a team’s net efficiency, adjusted for strength of opponent and location (home/away/neutral) across all games played. For example, a given efficiency value (net points per 100 possessions) against stronger opposition rates higher than the same efficiency against lesser opponents and having a certain efficiency on the road rates higher than the same efficiency at home.

No longer will the NET use winning percentage, adjusted winning percentage and scoring margin. The change was made after the committee consulted with Google Cloud Professional Services, which worked with the NCAA to develop the original NET.

The updated NET is consistent with the women’s basketball NET, which was revealed last week after the Division I Women’s Basketball Committee worked with a team from Google Cloud to evaluate women’s basketball statistical data for a 10-year period.

In addition, the overall and non-conference strength of schedule has been modernized to reflect a truer measure for how hard it is to defeat opponents. The strength of schedule is based on rating every game on a team's schedule for how hard it would be for an NCAA tournament-caliber team to win. It considers opponent strength and site of each game, assigning each game a difficulty score. Aggregating these across all games results in an overall expected win percentage versus a team's schedule, which can be ranked to get a better measure of the strength of schedule.
 

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There once was a poster happy to explain the NET's silliness. My interest is in how the selection committee uses it (especially its use for at large selection of Power Five conferences). The RPI was a pretty good predictor of in or out. I'm guessing the NET will be the same-otherwise why have it?
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NCAA NET Rankings through games of Sunday 12/12/221 with Big Ten Record

1. South Carolina
2. North Carolina
3. N C State
4. Nebraska 1-0
5. Texas
6. Louisville
7. Stanford
8. Arizona
9. UConn
10. Kansas State

11. Indiana 2-0
20. Ohio State 1-1
24. Maryland 2-0
27. Iowa 1-0
42. Michigan 2-0

64. Northwestern 1-0
76. Minnesota 0-2
87. Michigan State 1-1
110. Purdue 0-2
132. Penn State 0-2
154. Rutgers 0-2
201. Illinois 0-1
258. Wisconsin 0-2
 

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NET Rankings through games of 12/19/21 with over all records for B1G team.

1. South Carolina
2. North Carolina
3. N C State
4. Texas
5. Louisville
6. Nebraska 11-0
7. Stanford
8. Arizona
9. Iowa State
10. UConn

14. IU 9-2
17. Ohio State 8-2

26. Maryland 9-3
27. Iowa 6-2

37. Michigan 11-1

66. Northwestern 9-3
74. Minnesota 7-6
88. Michigan State 7-4
108. Purdue 8-4
125. Penn State 7-5
143. Rutgers 7-7

216. Illinois 5-6
240. Wisconsin 3-9
 

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Through games of 1/2/22

1 South Carolina
2 N C State
3 North Carolina
4 Stanford
5 Louisville
6 Texas
7 Arizona
8 Nebraska
9 Iowa State
10 Tennessee

11 Indiana
16 Maryland
24 Ohio State
30 Michigan
31 Iowa

64 Northwestern
76 Michigan State
81 Minnesota
89 Purdue

120 Penn State
133 Rutgers
221 Illinois
227 Wisconsin
 

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Through games of 1/9/22

1 South Carolina
2 NC State
3 Stanford
4 North Carolina
5 Louisville
6 Tennessee
7 Iowa State
8 Texas
9 Nebraska
10 Indiana


14 Maryland
24 Ohio State
27 Michigan
31 Iowa

54 Northwestern
78 Purdue
83 Michigan State
84 Minnesota

121 Penn State
143 Rutgers
189 Illinois
241 Wisconsin
 



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NCAA Net Rankings through games of 1/16/22 with Big Ten Record

1. South Carolina
2. NC State
3. Stanford
4. North Carolina
5. Louisville
6. Tennessee
7. Iowa State
8. Texas
9. UConn
10. Indiana 6-0

12. Nebraska 2-4
18. Maryland 4-2
21. MIchigan 6-1
26. Ohio State 5-2
28. Iowa 4-1

69. Northwestern 3-2
71. Michigan State 3-3
81. Purdue 2-4
82. Minnesota 2-4
120. Penn State 2-3
150. Rutgers 0-7
185. Illinois 1-3
230. Wisconsin 1-5
 


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Net rankings through Sunday 1/23/22 with Big Ten Record:

1 South Carolina
2 NC State
3 Stanford
4 Louisville
5 North Carolina
6 Tennessee
7 Texas
8 UConn
9 Arizona
10 Indiana 6-0

12 Nebraska 2-4
16 Maryland 5-3
20 Michigan 7-1
23 Iowa 6-1
29 Ohio State 7-2

69 Purdue 3-4
72 Michigan State 4-3
77 Northwestern 3-4
98 Minnesota 2-6

124 Penn State 3-4
151 Rutgers 0-8
194 Illinois 1-5
227 Wisconsin 2-6
 

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First selection committee reveal. Indiana #6 and Michigan #9. The Hoosiers and Wolverines are scheduled to play on Monday night.

 



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NCAA Net rankings through games of 1/30/22

1 South Carolina
2 N C State
3 Stanford
4 Louisville
5 North Carolina
6 Texas
7 Arizona
8 Tennessee
9 BYU
10 Oregon

13 Indiana
14 Nebraska
16 Michigan
19 Iowa
21 Maryland
31 Ohio State

61 Michigan State
64 Purdue
73 Northwestern
101 Minnesota
139 Penn State
157 Rutgers
198 Illinois
225 Wisconsin
 

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NCAA Net Rankings through games of 2-6-22 with Big Ten records.

1 South Carolina
2 NC State
3 Stanford
4 Louisville
5 North Carolina
6 UConn
7 Arizona
8 Texas
9 Iowa State
10 Baylor

12 Michigan 11-1
16 Maryland 9-3
17 Indiana 8-4
19 Nebraska 6-5
20 Iowa 9-3
30 Ohio State 8-3

64 Michigan State 6-5
68 Purdue 4-8
69 Northwestern 5-5
95 Minnesota 4-8
132 Penn State 3-9
149 Rutgers 0-11
201 Illinois 1-6
226 Wisconsin 3-9
 

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Here is a question -
Lets say we go 5-1 down the stretch, so 9-9 in conf.. Do we get in?
 

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Here is a question -
Lets say we go 5-1 down the stretch, so 9-9 in conf.. Do we get in?
Probably not because they are 1-11 in quad 1 games, but maybe if they were to beat Iowa and Nebraska since those are quad 1 games. 6-0 to finish would be interesting. WIll be interesting to see what they do with a team like Nebraska since they played such a weak schedule, they are high in the NET but only 1-5 against quad 1 teams.
 
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Seems unlikely. We have yet to beat a NET top 25 team.
Lets see what happens...It seems crazy to think we just lost to IA by 56, but with a few injuries, Clark shooting 40 times a game, maybe, just maybe this game could be interesting.
 

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Here is a question -
Lets say we go 5-1 down the stretch, so 9-9 in conf.. Do we get in?
I would be very satisfied with an NIT bid, said the same thing at the beginning of the season. Just looking for progress. I would be good with a big record exceeding our 7-11 from last year even if we don’t make the nit.
 

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We played a strong non-conference schedule; BUT negated the benefit by losing at home to Jacksonville, a +200 team. Losing to Drake (93 NET) didn't help either. Defeating Arizona State (45 NET) was our only top 50 NET win. It's remains iffy to qualify for the WNIT.
 


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NET rankings through Monday night's action 2-14-22. For fun, I've included the NET Non-Conference Strength of Schedule ranking for the Big Ten Teams.

Six B1G teams would be in the NCAA. FWIW: Creme has Northwestern in the "Next Four Out". Iowa State continues to be Iowa's best team.

1 South Carolina
2 NC State
3 Stanford
4 Louisville
5 North Carolina
6 Baylor
7 UConn
8 Texas
9 Iowa State
10 BYU

14 Maryland 15
15 Michigan 38
17 Indiana 40
18 Nebraska 229
22 Iowa 35
28 Ohio State 316

59 Michigan State 143
65 Northwestern 137
73 Purdue 157
88 Minnesota 42
129 Penn State 145
143 Rutgers 177
208 Illinois 186
219 Wisconsin 165
 

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NET rankings through Monday night's action 2-14-22. For fun, I've included the NET Non-Conference Strength of Schedule ranking for the Big Ten Teams.

Six B1G teams would be in the NCAA. FWIW: Creme has Northwestern in the "Next Four Out". Iowa State continues to be Iowa's best team.
what does the 42 represent? strength of schedule?
 


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NET rank takes that into account in its calculations, correct?
 


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NET Rankings through Monday night's action (2-21-22) with conference record.

1 South Carolina
2 N C State
3 Stanford
4 Louisville
5 N Carolina
6 UConn
7 Texas
8 Baylor
9 BYU
10 Virginia Tech

14 Michigan 12-3
15 Maryland 12-4
19 Indiana 11-4
20 Nebraska 9-7
21 Iowa 12-4
32 Ohio State 12-4

66 Northwestern 7-7 (Creme lists the Wildcats in "Next Four Out")

68 Michigan State 8-7
73 Purdue 7-9
98 Minnesota 5-11
118 Penn State 5-11
133 Rutgers 2-13
209 Wisconsin 4-12
211 Illinois 1-11
 

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NET Rankings through Sunday's end of the B1G regular season (2-27-22).

1 South Carolina
2 N C State
3 Stanford
4 Louisville
5 UConn
6 N Carolina
7 Texas
8 Iowa State
9 BYU
10 Baylor

13 Maryland
14 MIchigan
18 Iowa
19 Indiana
21 Nebraska
31 Ohio State

64 Northwestern (Creme has the Wildcats as the last team in)

67 Michigan State
81 Purdue
89 Minnesota
122 Penn State
126 Rutgers
202 Wisconsin
220 Illinois
 





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