Best and worst nonconference schedules in 2015-2016

Gonzaga's Kyle Wiltjer, Kentucky's Tyler Ulis and Vanderbilt's Riley LaChance will face some of the stiffest competition in college basketball this season. AP Photo

We've gone over every nonconference schedule for each team in all the top leagues (ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12, SEC, Big East) in addition to notable teams who hail from smaller leagues (i.e. Gonzaga, Wichita State, BYU, San Diego State).

After polling coaches across the country for expected order of finish in each conference, we ranked each schedule. We'll run down top 10 loaded nonconference schedules, the softest non-league slates, the most disappointing schedules and more. Teams were penalized for playing cupcakes and rewarded for playing away from home.