Undefeated teams 2019-2020

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  1. cyclones500

    cyclones500 Well-Known Member

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    Unbeaten through 12/3 games. Listed by conference, then alphabetically.

    ACC
    Louisville
    Virginia

    American
    SMU

    Atlantic Sun
    Liberty

    Atlantic 10
    Duquesne

    Big East
    Butler
    DePaul

    Big Ten
    Indiana
    Maryland
    Ohio State

    Big 12
    Oklahoma State
    West Virginia

    Colonial
    Delaware

    Mid-American
    Eastern Michigan

    Mountain West
    San Diego State

    Pac-12
    Arizona
    Colorado

    SEC
    Arkansas
    Auburn
     
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    Three more unbeaten teams bit the dust tonight (Butler, Louisville and Maryland) Only 5 remain unblemished.

    Undefeated (thru 12-10)
    Atlantic Sun: Liberty
    Atlantic 10: Duquesne
    Big Ten: Ohio State
    Mountain West: San Diego State
    SEC: Auburn

    Winless (thru 12-10)
    Atlantic Sun: Kennesaw State
    MEAC: Florida A&M
    Northeast: Central Connecticut State
    Southland: Houston Baptist
     
  3. LanningIsBakersDaddy

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    Seems like they've disappeared pretty fast this year
     
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    No kiddin' ... a week ago there were still 19. I think we had around 9 as recently as Sunday (I didn't save my updated list during the past week span). Also interesting to have Duquesne alive (and Liberty to an extent). If you asked me in preseason to guess the final 5, I doubt I would've chosen those.
     
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  5. LanningIsBakersDaddy

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    Yeah, no way I would have put them on the list. I don't think I would have put San Diego State up there either. I guess this is what happens when there are a lot of big upsets this early though.
     
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    Yeah, a lot of years, a good share of the final 10 seem to be heavy-hitters (going strictly from memory on that). Two of the five are ranked (Ohio State and Auburn), but one might think there'd be more top 10 teams represented. I think even when there were 19 or 20 left this season, only 4 of those were ranked in top 10.
     
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    It seems crazy, but it kind of makes sense though when you think about how many of the "top" teams are plating in challenging games right at the start of the season. Like the Big 4 classic with Michigan State, KU, Kentucky, and Duke.
     
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    Updated thru 12-15. (Ohio State off the list w/ loss at Minnesota). Almost time for a separate thread with a poll (I should've done that when we still had 5 teams ... oh well).

    UNBEATEN (4)
    Atlantic Sun Liberty
    Atlantic 10 Duquesne
    Mountain West San Diego State
    SEC Auburn

    WINLESS (3)
    MEAC Florida A&M
    Northeast Central Connecticut State
    Southland Houston Baptist
     

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