michlaw wrote:rpupkin wrote:LurkerTurnedMember wrote:rpupkin wrote:proteinshake wrote:LurkerTurnedMember wrote:Nagster5 wrote:If the "T" distinction is for schools who have never been ranked lower, then Cornell can't be in the T13, since it was ranked 14 in 2012. So it's the T12.
It can't be T12 either since Berkeley has been ranked 13th before, and it can't be T11 because Northwestern and Duke (tied at 10) have been ranked above 11 before, and it can't be T9 because Michigan has been ranked above 9 before.. So what is it.. T8 now? Has virginia or penn been outside the top 8? If so, then T6? But chicago has been outside top 6.. So T5?
Penn has been ranked 12th at least twice. Not sure about UVA, but I'm sure it's been lower than #8 multiple times.
Ok then it can't be T5 cause NYU has been outside T5. It can't be T4 since Columbia just fell out of T4. So we're down to T3. Has HYS ever been out of T3?
HLS was fifth in 1990.
ETA: And I think SLS was fourth at least once.
Michigan was 3rd in 1987.
UT was 11th that same year.