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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, CUSA, and SEC highlight Jarrod's hoops Super 16. His vote is completed with two teams each from the Big East and Big XII as well as one each from the PAC 10, Atlantic 10, and West Coast Conference....

[ Week of February 9 - 15 ]

>SUPER SIXTEEN POWER RANKINGS

Duke Duke
20-1
Duke isn't undefeated, but they might as well be, as they look nothing like the team that lost to Purdue. In his last 13 games, J.J. Redick has been shooting a staggering 50% from behind the arc.
Stanford Stanford
20-0
Luck is never a bad thing to have, but you know it won't be as abundant on the road. Stanford has a week off to prepare for 3 straight road games vs. Cal, USC, and UCLA.
St. Joseph's St. Joseph's
20-0
Tough road games coming up for Duke and Stanford could mean St. Joe's being atop both the AP and Coaches' Poll come selection time, which would mean a lock for a number 1 seed.
Mississippi State Mississippi State
19-1
Mississippi State has ever so quietly put themselves in position for the fourth No. 1 seed. But in the short run, needs to worry about upcoming road games at South Carolina and Arkansas.
Gonzaga Gonzaga
19-2
There is no question that Gonzaga is a top 5 team at this point in the season, but a lack of quality wins puts them around the 3-4 seed range.
Oklahoma State Oklahoma State
18-2
Took a large step at becoming Big 12 champs by destroying Kansas on Monday. Jungle-like atmosphere at home will make it hard for anybody to win at OSU, including Texas on March 1st.
Connecticut Connecticut
19-4
Just when you think UConn might be living up to its preseason hype, they stumble on the road, making the Big East race very tight.
Louisville Louisville
17-3
Once this team gets healthy, Louisville will have the opportunity to play deep into March.
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh
22-2
Chances of snagging a No. 1 seed in March hit a bump with a loss at Seton Hall. But, with all the pressures that come with being a No. 1 seed, Pitt might be better off with a 2 or 3 seed.
Kentucky Kentucky
16-3
Still not sold on Kentucky being a legitimate national threat, but they are somehow getting it done and winning the close games.
Texas Texas
16-3
The depth of the Longhorns is starting to pay off, especially on the defensive end. Lack of a consistent scorer will eventually become an issue.
Cincinnati Cincinnati
16-3
The Bearcats are missing the killer instinct that they used to pound people with early in the season. If they get it back, watch out.
South Carolina South Carolina
19-4
Can make some noise when they host Miss. State this week, as the SEC is starting to look once again like the best conference in America.
Georgia Tech Georgia Tech
17-5
With everyone else losing in the ACC at a frantic pace besides Duke, suddenly 4-4 in the league isn't so bad. Game vs. North Carolina is huge for both clubs.
North Carolina North Carolina
14-6
It's hard putting a team with 6 losses in this slot, but in all honesty, I don't think anybody will disagree that this team can make a Final 4 run.
Memphis Memphis
16-4
With the Pac 10 and ACC beating themselves up, the top heavy Conference USA deserves more credit. Memphis has won 7 straight after dropping it's first 2 league games.

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