Lets look at this. The NCAA butts it's head into a case where it had no business (Penn State). Then it ignores evidence that was provided regarding Miami and Manziel at Texas A&M. It punishes OSU and USC but does nothing to Alabama and Auburn. This is North and South all over again and it will continue as long as the person in charge of the NCAA has connections to the SEC.
I have a huge problem with the way the Big 10 is heading. For years Missouri begged to be given membership. So instead the BIG decides to allow in two schools who are not competitive and are not in traditional Big 10 territory and bring in a lot of baggage. Missouri on the other hand has joined the SEC where it is competitive. I think most will agree that Missouri would have been a better fit in all ways.
Then why would Kentucky and Louisville be ranked so high? Their gyms belong to the city. Just wondering about the methods used to rank the schools.