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Super Sixteen
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By: Jarrod
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College Basketball Super Sixteen

Three Big East teams lead the way in this week's edition of Jarrod's Super 16 Also included are two teams each from the ACC, Big XII, CUSA, and SEC, as well as one representative from the Atlantic 10, Big Ten, Missouri Valley, PAC 10, and West Coast conferences....

[ Week of February 23 - 29 ]

>SUPER SIXTEEN POWER RANKINGS

Stanford Stanford
23-0
The Cardinal took a huge step towards perfection with three straight wins in California. The only states left are Oregon and Washington. Can they do it?
St. Joseph's St. Joseph's
24-0
Will St. Joseph's become the first team ever to go undefeated and not be ranked No. 1 any time during the season? If they can win six in a row come March, it won't matter.
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh
24-2
Pitt will recieve a No. 1 seed if they win out, but winning at Providence won't be easy.
Duke Duke
22-3
Forget losing two in a row, Duke will win out and claim a No. 1 seed with no problem at all. Everyone knows how good they are.
Mississippi State Mississippi State
21-2
An undefeated road record will do wonders come selection Sunday, but they still have to win at Vandy and Alabama.
Gonzaga Gonzaga
23-2
Zags' only two losses came against the top two teams in the country. Yes, they are for real.
Oklahoma State Oklahoma State
21-3
You knew that a team as talented as Missouri was going to jump up and bite someone sooner or later. Good thing they host Texas.
Texas Texas
20-4
Depth is finally starting to pay off, but will have to win in the jungle at Oklahoma State if they want anything higher than a 3 seed.
Connecticut Connecticut
21-5
The best thing about college basketball is that you can always make up for a dissapointing season with a deep tournament run. This team is very capable.
Kentucky Kentucky
19-4
If Kentucky finishes strong, they are a solid 2 seed. But it won't matter if the Wildcats can't find a consistent scorer.
Memphis Memphis
20-4
On the strength of 11 straight wins, Memphis has a game and a half lead in the Conference USA. Remaining schedule gets tough, as they travel to Louisville and Cincinnati.
Wake Forest Wake Forest
17-6
They do have six losses, but does anybody want to play Wake right now? Their confidence is soaring after three straight wins against ranked opponents, including top ranked Duke.
Illinois Illinois
18-5
After being left for dead early in the season, Illinois has came from out of nowhere with six straight wins, including a pounding of Big 10 leader Michigan State.
Cincinnati Cincinnati
18-5
Season finale against Memphis could very well determine the Conference USA champ. Can Cincy hold serve until then?
Providence Providence
19-5
The Friars have put together a nice little resume, including 11 wins in their last 13 games. It would be even better if not for a clock/light inconsistency.
Southern Illinois Southern Illinois
22-2
They probably won't receive a No. 4 seed, but with a 22-2 record, and being the 17th ranked team in the country, you have to give them at least some credit, even if they have a weak schedule.

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