Should More A10 Teams Be Ranked?

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Mar 2, 2013; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Xavier Musketeers forward Travis Taylor (4) and Massachusetts Minutemen forward Terrell Vinson (33) go for a loose ball in the second half at the Cintas Center. Umass defeated Xavier 77-72. Mandatory Credit: Frank Victores-USA TODAY Sports

Note: Due to real-world obligations, this article doesn’t take into account Saturday’s game action.

Right now, the lone Atlantic 10 representative on either of the two major polls is UMass, who sits at 22 or 23 depending on where you look.

But they’re not the only team who is getting results in the league – there are more than a few good records out there.

George Washington is getting votes. St. Louis is playing well, and with VCU and Dayton having already been ranked briefly, the question must be asked: Should more teams be ranked? Let’s look at where some of our A10 brethren sit as the non conference portion of the schedule winds down and league play starts to shine over the horizon.

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