Official NCAA RPI standings has Alabama on solid ground

The NCAA releases the official calculation of the Ratings Percentage Index every Monday. Today’s news is pretty good for Alabama.

After winning three straight games, the Crimson Tide is up to No. 25 in the all-important computer calculation. That’s a 12-spot jump from 37th in last week’s version.

Click here for the complete ranking.

Alabama (19-9, 8-6) still has to take care of business this week because nothing is guaranteed this time of year. Take a look at the breakdown of this week’s RPI as related to Alabama.

Who’s left?
No. 145 Auburn
No. 70 Ole Miss

Best win
No. 10 Wichita State

Worst loss
No. 186 South Carolina

Strength of schedule boosters
No. 2 Kentucky
No. 12 Georgetown
No. 19 Florida
No. 23 Vanderbilt

Strength of schedule drains
No. 341 Alabama A&M
No. 264 Jacksonville


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