Final 2005 GPI

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Final 2005 GPI

Postby ralph on Sat Jan 07, 2006 2:34 am

Final 2005 GPI
http://i-aa.org/section_front.asp?arttypeid=564

Conference Rank
1. Gateway Football Conference (25.82)
2. Southern Conference (26.99)
3. Big Sky Conference (28.27)
4. Southland Conference (30.44)
5. Great West Football Conference (31.65)
6. Atlantic 10 Conference (32.24)
7. Ivy League (42.63)
8. Ohio Valley Conference (53.37)
9. Patriot League (53.38 )
10. Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (55.74)
11. Big South Conference (60.27)
12. Southwestern Athletic Conference (64.71)
13. Pioneer Football League (68.42)
14. Northeast Conference (73.75)
15. Metro-Atlantic Athletic Conference (77.82)

2. Southern Conference (26.99)
1. Appalachian St (1.00)
4. Furman (5.00)
9. Ga Southern (10.44)
27. W Carolina (27.00)
39T. Wofford (33.89)
45. Chattanooga (37.78 )
53. The Citadel (43.78 )
74. Elon (57.00)
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Postby dungeonjoe on Sat Jan 07, 2006 11:10 am

The Terriers are in the top 40, but I look forward to a better 2006. I would have thought the SoCon would have been higher.
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Postby woffwoff on Sat Jan 07, 2006 1:25 pm

Really, if a SOCON team wins the national championship, had three teams in the playoffs, and two teams in the final four- what does it take to be number one?
Someone explain how these ratings are done.

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Postby ralph on Sat Jan 07, 2006 2:35 pm

woffwoff wrote:Really, if a SOCON team wins the national championship, had three teams in the playoffs, and two teams in the final four- what does it take to be number one?
Someone explain how these ratings are done.
The Conference rankings are done by averaging the team numbers in the Conference.

Though the SoCon was #2 it was just a point from #1 with four teams in the top #27, the GFC had five.

Plus, the GFC was in the title game and should have had three in the playoffs too.
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Postby dungeonjoe on Sat Jan 07, 2006 10:14 pm

Youngstown State? I would have put Coastal in before them.
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Postby ralph on Sun Jan 08, 2006 12:40 am

dungeonjoe wrote:Youngstown State? I would have put Coastal in before them.
Here is the GPI indicated field:
1. Appalachian St*
2. New Hampshire*
3. Texas St
4. Montana
5. Cal Poly
6. Furman
7. N Iowa*
8. Ga Southern
9. S Illinois
10. E Washington*
11. Richmond
12. Youngstown St
14T. Hampton*
18. Nicholls St*
23T. E Illinois*
40. Colgate*
*= conference automatic qualifier
(Games through 11/19/05)
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Coastal was #39, #41 Lafayette was chosen by the committee

Lafayette was #48 coming into their last game and beat then #23 Lehigh. Coastal was #22 before losing their last game to then #89 Ch. Southern.

http://www.i-aa.org/article.asp?articleid=74448
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