NCAA Basketball Strength of Schedule: College Hoops Rankings

NCAA basketball strength of schedule is based on the average winning percentage of all the opponents a given team has played so far during the season. College basketball strength of schedule goes one step further to include the average winning percentage of all the schools that the given team's opponents have played. The SOS formula is easy:

(2/3)*opponents' average winning percentage + (1/3)*opponents' opponents' average winning percentage = SOS

The 2 to 1 ratio used in the above NCAA basketball strength of schedule formula is in line with the SOS component of the Ratings Percentage Index(RPI) that the NCAA uses as a guide when selecting and seeding teams for the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
NCAA Basketball Strength of Schedule - Top 75 thru games of March 8, 2009:
1 Virginia
Tennessee
Duke
Georgetown
Indiana
Michigan State
Pittsburgh
Oregon
Oklahoma State
Michigan
Wisconsin
Syracuse
Kansas
West Virginia
Louisville
Utah
North Carolina
Texas Tech
Florida State
Washington
Baylor
Connecticut
Oklahoma
Virginia Tech
Maryland
Miami
Texas
Illinois
Ole Miss
Ohio State
USC
Arizona
Cincinnati
Clemson
Purdue
South Florida
Notre Dame
Villanova
Georgia Tech
Minnesota
Missouri
DePaul
Texas A&M
California
Providence
Northwestern
Washington State
Xavier
Marquette
Iowa
Temple
Arizona State
Wake Forest
Memphis
Nebraska
Seton Hall
Evansville
Massachusetts
Boston College
BYU
UCLA
Mississippi State
Kentucky
Siena
Oregon State
Colorado State
North Carolina State
San Diego State
Alabama
Colorado
Auburn
UAB
Marshall
Rutgers
75 Southern Illinois

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