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Pitt Basketball: Panthers Remain First In SB Nation Big East Power Rankings

Travon Woodall and Pitt are still No. 1 (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)
Travon Woodall and Pitt are still No. 1 (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)
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Pitt remained first in the SB Nation's big East power rankings this week despite the loss to St. John's.

After that? It's anybody's guess.

For the record, my rankings looked like this:

1. Pittsburgh
2. Notre Dame
3. UConn
4. Georgetown
5. Villanova
6. Louisville
7. Syracuse
8. St. John's
9. Cincinnati
10. West Virginia
11. Marquette
12. Seton Hall
13. Providence
14. Rutgers
15. South Florida
16. DePaul

I couldn't put DePaul anywhere but last, despite the win over Providence and the close loss to Nova. There was some talk about them 'improving', but when you have the worst record in the conference, have lost 13 of your past 14, and have the worst Big East record, hard for me to put you anywhere but last.

Check out the overall and individual ballots over at The UConn Blog.