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Big Sky Standings


With the Big Sky conference season in full swing I am going to back off my RPI post and instead look the Big Sky conference weekly league standings. I will include the RPI’s of each school just for reference, though in this post.

There are a couple ways to look at the league standings, the most traditional way to look at the league is by the weekly conference win / loss standings. In the end, these are the standings that will determine the final rankings at the end of the season. But the weekly standing does not address which teams have played a heavy road or home schedule in conference. That is why during the season most coaches I have known prefer what is known as the road break through standings. In the road breakthrough standings you award 1 point for every road victory, -1 for every home lost and 0 points for a home victory and road loss. This method seems to give a more accurate feel for which team may really has the advantage or lead in capturing the league title. I will give you both standings in my chart below.

Additionally I will note the number of home and away games each team has left on their schedule , as well RPI of each Big Sky team and the RPI projected final season standing on a weekly basis.

Men’s Standings

Team Conference Record Road Break Through Standings Home Games Remaining Road Games Remaining RPI Rating RPI Projected Conf Rec.
N. Colorado 2-1 +2 8 5 70 15-1
Weber State 3-0 +1 6 7 130 10-6
Montana State 3-1 +1 6 6 133 11-5
Portland State 2-0 0 6 8 172 9-7
E. Washington 1-1 0 7 7 281 2-14
Montana 1-3 -1 6 6 106 11-5
Sac. State 1-3 -1 6 6 292 2-14
Idaho State 1-2 -1 6 7 225 3-13
N. Arizona 0-3 -1 7 6 153 4-8

Women’s Standings

Team Conference Record Road Break Through Standings Home Games Remaining Road Games Remaining RPI Rating RPI Projected Conf Rec.
E. Washington 1-0 +1 8 7 193 9-7
Portland State 1-0 +1 8 7 200 10-6
Idaho State 1-1 +1 8 6 136 10-6
Montana 2-0 0 6 8 209 9-7
N. Colorado 1-0 0 7 8 152 15-1
N. Arizona 0-1 0 8 7 304 2-14
Weber State 0-2 0 8 6 258 7-9
Montana State 1-1 -1 6 8 231 10-6
Sac. State 0-2 -2 6 8 316 0-16
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