well I've been thinking about it, they'd have to be ranked inter-conference and then ranked differently out of conference. with some sort of ratio for inter-conferance and then points out of conference. so lets say the SUNYAC has 9 teams to start and each team started with the ratio of .500 but gained and lost ratio based on their wins and losses and what those teams they won and lost to's record was. so the SUNYAC will always have a 4.5 as a whole, but lets say that Oswego has a rating of .9 and the SUNYAC's rating overall is a 600. if they lose to another .9 rated school from another conference than that other conference will gain (600/4.5)*0.9 points. so that would be a huge game with 2 top-ranked teams from different divisions worth 120 points. but it would change dynamically if Oswego won and lost other out of conference games, so that 120 points would go up or down depending if they won or lost other games later in the season. it would definitely go down though as more games are played and more losses would split that 120 points up among more teams, but winning would bring in points from other conferences. Ties would hurt the higher ranked teams, as they should.