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Posted on: July 17, 2009 2:48 am
 

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Category: NCAAB
Posted on: July 16, 2009 11:43 pm
Edited on: July 17, 2009 1:20 am
 

Best teams of the decade (2001-2010)

Okay, I put my crackhead research team on this, and this is what we came up with:

2001-2009 (1 year left in the decade)

Scoring System
NC - 64 points
Runner-up 32 pts
Final 4 - 16 pts
Elite 8 - 8 pts
Sweet 16 - 4 pts
(Ties are ranked by number of Sweet 16 appearances)

Pos./Sweet 16s+/Team/Score
 1.  4 UNC 152
 2.  7 Kansas 132
 3.  2 Florida 128
 4.  7 Duke 100
 5.  5 UConn 100
 6.  3 Maryland 84
 7.  5 MSU 76
 8.  5 UCLA 72
 9.  3 Syracuse 72
10.  6 Arizona 64
11.  4 Memphis 52
12.  5 Texas 40
13.  3 Illinois 40
14.  5 Kentucky 32
15.  4 Villanova 32
16.  3 Okla 32
        3 UL 32
18.  1 Georgia Tech 32
        1 Indiana 32
        1 Ohio State 32
21.  5 Pitt 24
22.  3 Georgetown 24
23.  3 Xavier 20
24.  3 Wisc 16
        3 WVU 16

Others
2 Oregon 16
2 Mizzou 16
1 G Mason 16
1 LSU 16
1 Marquette 16
1 Okla St 16
3 Gonzaga 12
3 Washington 12
2 Stanford 12
2 USC 12
1 Alabama 8
2 Butler 8
1 Davidson 8
1 Kent State 8
2 So Ill 8
1 St Joseph 8
1 Temple 8
2 Tenn 8
2 Vandy 8
1 Auburn 4
1 BC 4
1 Bradley 4
1 Cincy 4
1 NC State 4
1 Nevada 4
1 Notre Dame 4
1 OK State 4
1 Ole Miss 4
1 Penn St 4
1 Pur 4
1 Tex AM 4
1 Texas Tech 4
1 UNLV 4
1 Utah 4
1 Wake 4
1 Wich St 4
1 Wisc-Milw 4
1 WKU 4


I could carry it to all tournament appearances, but the max a team could gain would be 4 pts (2 second rounds).  If you are that concerned, do the research, I'm tired of it.Smile

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