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Historical change of all time rankings

Posted on: November 20, 2020 at 12:30:58 CT
FIJItiger MU
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The post below on a recent attempt to quantitatively rank all time programs reminded me of a similar exercise conducted in 2009.

http://assets.espn.go.com/photo/2009/1004/cbe1.pdf

Granted the metrics and weighting are not that same and that allows for some variability, but comparing the two does create a rather interesting analysis about what kind of a difference a decade can make on something like an 'all time' ranking.

There are 11 programs that slid at least 19 spots from their 2009 ranking, and unfortunately MU is among them (falling from #29 all time in 2009 to #48 in 2020).

(current ranking followed by 2009 ranking)
Minnesota : 59 --- 14
Depaul : 67 --- 26
Southern California : 58 --- 25
California : 66 --- 34
Iowa : 38 --- 10
Wisconsin : 55 --- 28
Stanford : 53 --- 30
Purdue : 29 --- 8
Missouri : 48 --- 29
Wake Forest : 56 --- 37
Vanderbilt : 65 --- 46


There are 13 programs that jumped at least 25 spots.
(current ranking followed by 2009 ranking)

Gonzaga : 32 --- 127
Murray State : 44 --- 99
Weber State : 61 --- 116
New Mexico State : 64 --- 119
Princeton : 37 --- 85
UTEP : 62 --- 109
Uconn : 8 --- 54
Pennsylvania : 47 --- 87
Arizona : 13 --- 49
UNLV : 30 --- 58
Memphis : 34 --- 61
Virginia : 43 --- 68


Edited by FIJItiger at 12:32:35 on 11/20/20
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Historical change of all time rankings - FIJItiger MU - 11/20 12:30:58
     RE: Historical change of all time rankings - Porkrind UA - 11/21 10:03:53
     USC at 25 in 2009? Throw the thing away - alwaysright MU - 11/20 20:15:00
     Seems quite flawed when they had Purdue and Iowa both ranked - CoolBreeze22 MU - 11/20 12:56:01
          The Sagarin one from 2009 was in my opinion heavily - FIJItiger MU - 11/20 13:39:44




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