Here are teams' ARPI ranks based on games played through Sunday, September 24. They're the same as the ranks the NCAA published today. Last week, the NCAA had two errors in its RPI data base, but it corrected those errors this week.
For some reason, the NCAA has not yet, this year, published its actual ratings as distinguished from the rankings based on the ratings. In recent years, it's published the actual ratings and other information about the teams' seasons at the RPI Archive. Hopefully, the absence of these publications so far this year does not represent a change in the NCAA's policy and they will start publishing this information soon.
Starting with this week's report, I'm indicating teams whose ranks are within the range, at this stage of the season, for possible #1, #2, #3, and #4 seeds in the NCAA Tournament. Using #1 seeds as an example, the teams within this range are those currently ranked #1 through #28. What this means is that over the last 10 years, the most poorly ranked team at this stage of the season to end up with a #1 seed was ranked #28.
I'm also indicating teams whose ranks make them potential "bubble" teams for at large selections. Teams ranked better than the "good" end of the bubble at this stage of the season (the teams ranked #10 or better), over the last 10 years, always have gotten at large selections. Teams ranked poorer than the "bad" end of the bubble at this stage of the season (the teams ranked #149 or poorer), over the last 10 years, never have gotten at large selections.
I'll update these ranges over the coming weeks. They'll get smaller week by week.