2012 Mountain West Power Rankings
The Mountain West had another fine season, eclipsing the Pac-12 in the eyes of many. San Diego State received a carryover of attention from their top-10 season in 2011, but New Mexico and UNLV were superior statistically.
The Aztecs and Lobos each finished the regular season with a 10-4 record.
In order to determine our team rankings, we calculate the difference between a team's own FIC per game and their opponents' FIC for the entire conference season.
The FIC is a single statistical measurement that encompasses things such as scoring efficiency, rebounding, blocked shots, etc. Its purpose is to combine the box score into one statistic, both on a team level and for players.
1. New Mexico: 18.15
2. UNLV: 16.41
3. San Diego State: 4.67
4. Wyoming: 2.00
5. Colorado State: -3.04
6. Texas Christian: -9.17
7. Boise State: -13.24
8. Air Force: -15.79