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Tied for #1 (8 teams) – Maryland, Villanova, Albany, Virginia, Marquette, Georgetown, North Carolina, and Vermont.

#2-#70 (57 teams) – While we still do not have hard-and-fast numbers for the teams sitting between first and last in the rankings, we do have several stacks.  A Stack is when A beat B who beat C who beat D and, as a consequence, you can stack A on top of B on top of C on top of D.  We still don’t know what number in the rankings A, B, C, or D are. But we know A will be ahead of B who will be ahead of C who will be ahead of D.  As the teams within different stacks play each other, we will start to create one big stack.  Here are some examples of stacks:

Albany Virginia Lehigh Bucknell St. John’s Detroit Mercy
Syracuse Loyola Holy Cross Colgate Hartford Mercer
Army Johns Hopkins Harvard Cornell Fairfield Cleveland State
Rutgers Towson Umass Lafayette Saint Joseph’s Air Force
Robert Morris Sacred Heart Marist
Penn State Dartmouth Binghamton
Canisius

Tied for #71 (6 teams) – NJIT, High Point, Furman, Hampton, Binghamton, and Saint Joseph’s.

 

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