D-I MBB Rankings

1. Kansas (30-4) .389
2. Oregon (28-6) .357
3. Virginia (26-7) .351
4. Villanova (29-5) .345
5. North Carolina (28-6) .318
6. Michigan State (29-5) .315
7. Xavier (27-5) .312
8. Oklahoma (25-7) .311
9. Miami (FL) (25-7) .303
10. Utah (26-8) .297
11. West Virginia (26-8) .289
12. Kentucky (26-8) .276
14. Duke (23-10) .259
15. Texas A&M (26-8) .257
16. Saint Joseph's (27-7) .253
17. Purdue (26-8) .250
18. California (23-10) .248
19. Texas (20-12) .242
20. Dayton (25-7) .242
22. Iowa State (21-11) .240
23. Seton Hall (25-8) .240
24. Arizona (25-8) .235
25. Iowa (21-10) .233
26. Indiana (25-7) .231
27. Maryland (25-8) .227
Full 2015-16 MBB Rankings

D-I MBB Conferences

1. Big 12, .206
2. Pac-12, .186
3. ACC, .172
4. Big East, .149
5. Big Ten, .132
6. SEC, .128
7. Atlantic 10, .091
8. American, .086
9. Colonial, .059
10. MAC, .057
Full 2015-16 MBB Conference Data

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