I didn't say it was the toughest of tthe Bo Ryan era but it's definitely tough and top 10 worthy.
-top ten team Florida ON THE ROAD (you gotta give a bit more credence to where games are played than you are)
-Creighton at home very good team
-You obviously are ignoring the potential neutral court matchup with either Arkansas or Arizona State, both quality BCS conference opponents
-Virginia is off to a rough start due to missing some key players. But to call them not good is disingenuous and shows your lack of CBB knowledge yet again and let's not forget who coaches Virignia, you don't think that doesn't bring an extra element to that game (now that won't show up in the SOS but still, it factors)
-California, they are picked to finish 3rd in the Pac12 this year... seriously the preseason pick to finish 3rd int eh Pac12 is not a good schedule... you are beyond ridiculous
-At Marquette, seriously you don't know that Marquette is good?? They are top 25 worthy, are just barely on the outside of the top 25 in both polls and will be there... seriously do you even watch hoops if MSU isn't playing??? and again it's a road game
-UW-Milwaukee, in state rival and very good midmajor this year
-UW-Green Bay, in state rival very good midmajor, capable of pulling an upset on alot of teams in the nation
I guess I am curious as to what you think a top 10 schedule looks like if Wisconsin doesn't have one. Show me ten schedules that are definitively better than Wisonconsin's because I am not seeing them. I mean MSU's is surely not it so who's is??? I mean sure UCONN, Kansas and Texas sound nice on paper but in reality this season they are not better than Florida, Creighton & Marquette and Miami is no better than Virginia and well who do they have on their sched that can even match Cal & Arkansas/AZState oh wait, no one..... oh well. good try cleaves, again go learn something about CBB then come on back
According to the above link from CBS Sports, UW's non-conference Strength of Schedule is 140.
ESPN has it at 150