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Kansas basketball coach Bill Self has another nonconference schedule that should boost his team's RPI. Rich Sugg
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, and it'll only be natural for fans to talk about three games in particular: the Champions Classic against Michigan State, a home contest against Villanova and a road matchup against Kentucky.

Those will be fun, and they'll likely dominate national sports coverage for the day. But they aren't the reason that KU once again was successful in its nonconference scheduling just like every other year.

The beauty, for the Jayhawks, once again lies in the other teams that round out the slate — ones that are good enough to provide a schedule boost while remaining bad enough to not pose a serious threat of actually winning.

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KU's early schedule objective is the same every year: Load up on the good teams in bad conferences. Because half of the RPI formula is based on the win-loss record of your opponents, it pays to face teams early that will rack up wins late.

The Jayhawks have plenty of foes that fit the criteria. Vermont should be the pick to win the America East, while Wofford (Southern), South Dakota (Summit) and New Mexico State (WAC) are expected to be top-two teams in their respective leagues.

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