Power Rankings - a users own rating system.

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whiteflock

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Jul 20, 2004
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Kentucky
102.47​
2​
Miss St.
102.35​
3​
LSU
101.87​
4​
Alabama
101.68​
5​
S Carolina
101.67​
6​
Auburn
101.56​
7​
Arkansas
100.78​
8​
Florida
100.75​
9​
Tennessee
99.55​
10​
Mississippi
99.27​
11​
Texas A&M
98.34​
12​
Georgia
97.64​
13​
Missouri
96.69​
14​
Vanderbilt
95.42​
 
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Kentucky
102.47​
2​
Miss St.
102.35​
3​
LSU
101.87​
4​
Alabama
101.68​
5​
S Carolina
101.67​
6​
Auburn
101.56​
7​
Arkansas
100.78​
8​
Florida
100.75​
9​
Tennessee
99.55​
10​
Mississippi
99.27​
11​
Texas A&M
98.34​
12​
Georgia
97.64​
13​
Missouri
96.69​
14​
Vanderbilt
95.42​
Hey thanks, is this from ESPN?
 

whiteflock

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Most accurate ranking. every team above 101 will be in NCAA tournament at end of SEC tournament.
 

whiteflock

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Jul 20, 2004
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Kentucky
102.20​
2​
S Carolina
101.84​
3​
LSU
101.62​
4​
Alabama
101.58​
5​
Auburn
101.47​
6​
Miss St.
101.02​
7​
Florida
100.87​
8​
Mississippi
100.58​
9​
Tennessee
100.54​
10​
Arkansas
99.85​
11​
Texas A&M
98.49​
12​
Georgia
97.81​
13​
Missouri
96.89​
14​
Vanderbilt
95.43​
 

whiteflock

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Jul 20, 2004
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Kentucky
102.14​
2​
S Carolina
102.01​
3​
Auburn
101.69​
4​
LSU
101.58​
5​
Florida
101.43​
6​
Alabama
101.39​
7​
Miss St.
101.01​
8​
Mississippi
100.65​
9​
Tennessee
100.45​
10​
Arkansas
99.81​
11​
Texas A&M
98.09​
12​
Georgia
97.51​
13​
Missouri
96.79​
14​
Vanderbilt
95.44​
 

whiteflock

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Sports ratings systems use a variety of methods for rating teams, but the most prevalent method is called a power rating. The power rating of a team is a calculation of the team's strength relative to other teams in the same league or division
 

dayhiker

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I’ll ask again. What’s the scale?
He doesn't really like to answer. I'm torn between closing the thread or just seeing where this goes. Without a frame of reference and some more info, it seems pretty meaningless. It could be a wonderful system, but we won't know without info.
 

NationalTitles17

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I don't know what to think about a system of rating/ranking that has no context as to the meaning of it. We have no way of validating any metric in it because the creator refuses to share a single thing about it. We have no idea what goes into the mix at all. Rating systems will tell you what general ingredients go in even if they don't share the exact formula. I lean toward shutting it down unless the user divulges a little basic info about the system and perhaps how it differs or is better than others.
 

dayhiker

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Dec 8, 2000
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I don't know what to think about a system of rating/ranking that has no context as to the meaning of it. We have no way of validating any metric in it because the creator refuses to share a single thing about it. We have no idea what goes into the mix at all. Rating systems will tell you what general ingredients go in even if they don't share the exact formula. I lean toward shutting it down unless the user divulges a little basic info about the system and perhaps how it differs or is better than others.
I PM’d the OP and said give info or I was closing it. They continue to be vague. I’ll close it
 
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