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Super Sixteen
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By: Jarrod
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College Basketball Super Sixteen

Three teams each from the ACC, Big East, and Big XII highlight Jarrod's weekly Super 16. His vote is completed with two teams from each CUSA, PAC 10, and SEC and one from the Atlantic 10....

[ Week of January 19 - 25 ]

>SUPER SIXTEEN POWER RANKINGS

Duke Duke
14-1
A week away from Cameron might bring Duke back down to Earth. But then again, it doesn’t matter where you play when you’re good defensively.
Stanford Stanford
14-0
Stanford completed a perfect first half of the season by beating California to go 14-0. And they just now became healthy.
St. Joseph's St. Joseph's
15-0
A guard combination like West and Nelson will carry you a long way come March. Can St. Joseph’s keep up the perfection?
Cincinnati Cincinnati
13-0
Continues to dominate foes after breezing by Marquette on the road. A win at Louisville will establish this team as a title contender.
Louisville Louisville
13-1
Match-up vs. Cincinnati will give us the clear cut favorite for the Conference USA title. Should be a fun one.
Connecticut Connecticut
15-2
The Big East race is going to be closer than we all thought.
North Carolina North Carolina
11-3
Roy Williams and UNC beat the No. 1 team in the country last week, and might have another chance to do it again when they host Duke on Feb. 5th.
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh
18-1
Pitt proved they can play with anybody at UConn. Look for this team to keep winning, all the way into March.
Texas Texas
11-2
Domination of the boards was the deciding factor vs. Wake. Can they keep that up on a consistent basis?
Syracuse Syracuse
13-1
Life without Carmelo keeps getting better and better. Play from Hakim Warrick has been freakishly consistent, as he has scored between 18-21 points in his last 7 contests.
Arizona Arizona
11-3
How good is Hassan Adams? 16.6 PPG and 7.4 RPG for a 6’4 sophomore isn’t too shabby.
Kentucky Kentucky
11-2
Kentucky’s weaknesses are starting to become more and more evident. 10 minute stretches without field goals won’t be quality teams.
Wake Forest Wake Forest
11-2
Tough schedule doesn’t get any easier for Wake. Georgia Tech and at Florida State possibly makes this another two-loss week.
Kansas Kansas
11-2
Continues to win despite sub-par performances. Padgett returns shortly, and an above average defense will keep KU in the Big 12 title hunt.
Florida Florida
11-3
Has a chance to have a good week hosting Mississippi State and Auburn. Then again, they also have a chance to have a bad week.
Texas Tech Texas Tech
15-2
Tech seems to have replaced Missouri as a main contender for the Big 12 crown with their thrashing of Oklahoma.

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