FreddieBiddleBooty wrote:UIUC has gone down to 19, and UTK down to 74...
UIUC was in a 6-way tie for 17, and UTK was tied for 73, so neither of those rankings really changed.
Rise wrote:It looks like all Midwestern Public Schools got hit in this patch. Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Illinois all took a small slide.
Michigan was tied for the spot above 13, and is still above 13, so their ranking didn't really change. Wisconsin fell out of a tie with Brown and Texas, but they're still in basically the same spot. Minnesota and Illinois didn't move either - they were previously tied with 4 other schools, 2 that rose slightly (Duke, Penn) and 2 that dropped (Northwestern, Maryland).
The overall order didn't change that much.
Schools that dropped: Northwestern, Maryland, Penn State, North Carolina, UIC, CUNY, Brandeis, Arizona, Florida, Iowa, Tulane, Rochester, Kentucky, Claremont, Buffalo, Oklahoma State, Albany
Schools that rose: UCSD, WUSTL, UCSB, Virginia, Northeastern, UMass, Pitt, Emory, LSU, UConn, Temple, Syracuse, South Carolina, Miami, New Mexico