Not at all. To clarify, what people find as attractive in girls is entirely subjective, and so any kind of numeric ranking is going to be total darn unless you happen to have the same taste as whoever thought up the list. If those same people are giving BYU high grades for drug use, they probably don't like the same type of girls I do (and let's face it, there's plenty of drug use at Ivy league schools - hippocracy abounds). This supposition is further evidenced by the fact that UCLA, which has all kinds of pretty girls to just about anyone's taste (size, shape, color, language, religion, major, etc.) gets no love. Peperdine and LMU (wonderful places with many fine young women) are chalk full of jetta-driving, upper middle class white girls from OC and the valley - which is cool if that's your thing (to each their own) but it's unfair to call that "better," and foolish of people to believe them.The only way to decide if a school has attractive members of the opposite (or same if that's your thing) sex, is to go and see for yourself. When it comes to sex, love, and romance, qualitative comparison always trumps quantitative.