Now that we’re almost a month into the season it’s time for the first Big Apple Buckets Power Poll! This season we’ve invited all of Big Apple Buckets’ growing editorial staff along with A Daly Dose of Hoops’ Jaden Daly to contribute their top 10 for the city and it’s nearby surroundings.
Over the past few years, the quantity and sophistication of preseason college basketball projections have exploded. Ken Pomeroy has been publishing projections since 2010, while Dan Hanner took his lineup-based model to SI.com this year. At a conference level, you can find projections based on anything from straightforward regressions to player-by-player analysis.
The season has been over for a few weeks now, but we never managed to get a final power poll out the door. Consider this our recompense. Reaching the NCAA tournament gives the Manhattan Jaspers the top spot in the final poll. Who did the voters select beyond MC? Check it out.
The sites writers confuse even me sometimes. Apparently St. John’s two-game losing streak, combined with Iona’s fantastic play of late has created some chaos at the top of the power poll. The Gaels have claimed first place, a standing they haven’t had all season!
We’re getting back on track this week even though one of our voters is in Disney World this week. He sent in his votes of the top parks though, so there’s some more to debate.
It’s a special Valentine’s Day edition of the NYC area power poll. Actually, travel and some voting delays kept us away for a bit. St. John’s obviously remains on top.
There’s a new team atop the Power Poll this week. St. John’s has officially claimed the top spot.
The writers have spoken and Manhattan is still No. 1. Despite an impressive week from St. John’s that included two Big East victories the Jaspers stayed atop the poll by a single point. The full results are below.
Well, it wasn’t a great week to be from the New York City area, except for Seton Hall at Georgetown. The results weren’t particularly impressive and thus Manhattan stays No. 1 mostly through poll momentum. The Jaspers were there last week, but it’s not well earned. If George Beamon comes back soon though, watch out!
We’re obviously not the only publication that does Power Rankings of the New York City area basketball teams (though I do like to think we have the best and most comprehensive poll). There are a bunch of alternatives out there though for the discerning fan trying to figure out where their school fits into the […]
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