Seems like Cornell is well poised to crack the top 10 after this season; a national title might get them to #9.
Top 7 is the elite club, however. It will be a loooong time before membership in that group changes.
I am surprised to see Michigan State so high. They do have three titles but all three of those teams have been the worst teams to win an NCAA title. But I suppose the formula that doesn't matter. UMD's 2018 team had the most losses of any national champion, but it still counts.
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Not sure how any of MSUís championship teams could be worse that Yale, who squeaked into the tourney as PWR #15 due to a lack o conference tournament upsets (IIRC).
As for the Big 7, it will be a difficult group to catch. I would bet good money that the Big 7 won't change this decade or even the next. Unless of course Duluth just wins the title every season.
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