Tigers Ranked #3 in Latest RPI


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CLEMSON -- The only rating system the NCAA uses to determine selections and seedings is the RPI, or the Ratings Percentage Index. Although the NCAA does not release its official RPI, Boyd Nation has come up with an RPI index that is all but the same as the official RPI. He uses numbers from previous seasons to verify his formulas.

In the April 7 release, his RPI index has Clemson #3, despite the Tigers only being ranked as high as #13 in the polls. Clemson can thank a brutal non-conference schedule for its high RPI ranking, which already includes three games at Auburn (#1) and many other games against quality foes. The RPI only counts games against Division I teams and is for games through April 6.

Boyd Nation's Unofficial RPI By Team
Rk      Team    		W-L     Rating
1.      Auburn  		27-7    .689
2.      Rice    		32-1    .670
3.      Clemson 		23-7    .650
4.      Cal. State-Fullerton    27-7    .643
5.      Miami (FL)		25-6    .638
6.      Stanford        	20-10   .638
7.      Texas   		25-11   .635
8.      Florida State   	31-5    .635
9.      Georgia Tech    	23-6    .635
10.     Mississippi State       24-5    .633

Boyd Nation's Unofficial RPI By Conference
Rk      Conference      	W-L     Rating
1.      Southeastern    	241-129 .595
2.      Big XII 		201-117 .587
3.      Atlantic Coast  	190-92  .587
4.      Pacific 10      	173-121 .555
5.      Western Athletic        110-85  .550

Ranking Clemson's Opponents By RPI
Rk      Team    		*GP     *W-L    ^W-L    Rating
1.      Auburn  		3       1-2     27-7    .689
13.     N.C. State      	3       1-2     27-7    .621
14.     Virginia        	3       2-1     20-10   .616
42.     Georgia 		1       1-0     15-15   .575
43.     South Carolina  	3       2-1     20-12   .571
53.     Western Carolina        2       1-1     23-10   .561
83.     Georgia Southern        2       2-0     19-13   .540
110.    Winthrop        	1       1-0     19-12   .518
126.    College of Charleston   2       2-0     19-14   .506
139.    Maine   		3       3-0     16-6    .499
159.    Old Dominion    	3       3-0     10-19   .485
175.    Tennessee Tech  	2       2-0     11-15   .470
176.    Charleston Southern     1       1-0     10-24   .470
268.    Wofford 		1      	1-0     5-23    .378
* - head-to-head and through March 30; 
^ - overall; Note:  
There are 287 schools that play Division I baseball.

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