Power Rankings: January 30, 2020

While we all obsess over the official rankings, we all know they don’t always tell the whole story. When you factor in some DIII lowballing, conservative Big Ten judges and the occasional (frequent?) Carol-ing in the SEC, a teams’ ranking doesn’t always accurately reflect how they’ll match up against another squad. So, we present to you our Power Rankings, our de facto way of ranking who’s hot and who’s not and what you can expect from our top 20 teams.

After the first two weeks of madness, things have finally started to settle down a little bit. We have more clarity now on what to expect from the major players, which underdogs to put our money on and who’s been bitten hardest by the injury bug. But, yet again, there is still movement amongst the top four with some shifting going on in the bottom half of the rankings as well.

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Article by Brandis Heffner

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  1. I can’t see any content here? Same for teh previous power rankings post. It just shows me the text, and the tags.

    Not sure if anyone else is havign this issue, but wanted to let you know 🙂

    1. Hi Renee, The power rankings are displayed as an image. If you don’t have the ability to view images on the site, you don’t be able to view these power rankings. We suggesting turning images on or changing your settings. Thanks!

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