courtesy of Sportsbook.com (comments are mine, please share yours below)...
West Virginia 10-1
Penn St 25-1
Oklahoma 25-1 (if they get the QB situation settled, look out)
Ohio St 25-1 (seems low, but lost many stars to NFL)
Virginia Tech 30-1
Florida St 30-1 (I love how Booby has retooled the coaching staff with former players and Jimbo)
Miami FL 50-1
zx Field (Any Other Team) 50-1
Notre Dame 50-1
Texas A&M 60-1
South Carolina 75-1
Arizona St 100-1
Boise St 100-1
Boston College 100-1
Texas Tech 100-1
Wake Forest 150-1
North Carolina St 200-1
Georgia Tech 200-1 (No CJ, but no Reggie Ball either)
Hawaii 200-1 (BrennanForHeisman.com coming soon)
Oklahoma St 200-1 (I have a sneaky suspicion this is worth a five-spot with only Texas and Missouri returning a lot of players)
Oregon St 200-1
Kansas St 200-1
South Florida 300-1
March 28, 2007
March 13, 2007
I will admit that I don't begin to attend to college hoops until March - that being said I hope I can bring a little of my unique statistical insight into the college basketball tournament that starts Thursday.
I credit USA Today with the genesis of this idea - they took many important season stats of each of the 65 teams and ranked them against one another here.
So similar to the Fantasy College Blitz Defense Index, I tweaked those relative rankings, added a Margin of Victory variable, and published my spreadsheet to Google Docs here. Much more info on the discussion part of Google Docs page.
Please feel free to download it, tweak it by assigning different weights, add new stats (RPI? Rebounds/gm), or just change the color. and please share your feedback so we can all win our brackets!