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NCAA Rankings

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I don’t get these NCAA rankings sometimes. Maine gets thumped 8-2 on Saturday and they stay #1... The Gophers tie two and stay at #2… St. Cloud ties two games against the #2 team in the nation and they drop a spot! I don’t get it.

http://www.uscho.com/rankings/

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I saw that and the only issue I have is SCSU not being ranked higher! They totally go on reputation and W/L record. SCSU will be a top ten team at the end of the year if they keep playing like they did this past weekend.

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My running thoery and it's been pretty bulletproof, is that the coaches that vote like East Coast teams. Imagine that. I thought they lost their mind last year when they finally voted 'Sconi number 1. But I think they like cheeseheads better than gophers. Those east coasters don't like gophers, because they know they rule.

I think if SCSU did better on the powerplay and had more offense going before last weekends series, they would have been ranked higher this week.

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NCAA rankings on espn.com have Minnesota at #1 now. Let's see if it lasts through the weekend.

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How could it last, I mean they are playing the greatest team ever assembled in Wisconsin... thats a sure Wisconsin sweep, don't you think?

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