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Conference USA has fared very well in the RPI this year. As a whole it ranks 8th, with 7 current top 100 teams, and 3 in the top 50. Those numbers are much improved from last year's, which thanks to el javi will be shown in this edition of the RPI. These rankings will look a little different as of tomorrow morning, as the top 4 teams in conference square off tonight. It is certainly an opportunity for any of the four to pick a quality win. Here is how things stand as of today. 

Team ESPN InsideRpi Realtimerpi.com Cbs Sports RPI
       
Memphis Tigers 36 33 33
UAB Blazers 33 35 35
Southern Miss Golden Eagles 46 50 50
UTEP Miners 54 53 54
Marshall Thundering Herd 63 61 60
UCF Knights 76 80 81
Tulsa Golden Hurricane 92 94 94
East Carolina Pirates 131 134 132
Rice Owls 165 173 172
SMU Mustangs 195 206 206
Houston Cougars 210 211 210
Tulane Green Wave 225 230 230

 

Team 2009-2010 RPI Rank Overall Record
     
UTEP Miners 42 26-7
UAB Blazers 48 25-9
Memphis 57 24-10
Tulsa Golden Hurricane 69 23-12
Marshall Thundering Herd 74 24-10
Houston Cougars 120 19-16
Southern Miss Golden Eagles 121 20-14
UCF Knights 190 15-17
SMU Mustangs 211 14-17
ECU Pirates 231 10-21
Tulane Green Wave 284 8-22
Rice Owls 311 8-23

 

Again, thanks to el javi for digging this information up. As you can see, the numbers speak for themselves. Its a shame that some of the national media still feels that Conference USA is only a one bid league. This conference has some very good ball clubs, and every game in this conference is a tough one. Rarely does anyone get off easy in C-USA. Well, all we can do is keep winning games, keep improving our numbers, and as said many times before, hope that the people that actually set the brackets see things differently than the people that project the brackets. It's a huge night here in Conference USA. I can't wait for 7 p.m. et.