No matter. Polls are mostly entertainment, and the Tournament will crown a de facto champion. But Matt Woods over at TeamRankings.com has an interesting piece putting Indiana and Florida in a historical perspective:
As of February 15th, 2013, Indiana and Florida lead the nation in average scoring margin with +21.7 and +21.3, respectively. The next closest team is Pittsburgh with +16.6. To put those numbers in perspective, the last team to have a higher average scoring margin at this point of the season was 2001 Duke (+22.6).Scoring margin alone isn't a good predictor of strength because it doesn't account for strength of schedule. But Indiana and Florida are playing very good opponents,so their scoring margin is significant -- just more evidence that these two teams really are the cream of the crop this year.