2.2 may be the cutoff line for most schools, meaning, no matter how high your LSAT is you still won't get in. Despite that, I think many top 100 schools would let you in if you could give a convincing reason why you did poorly in college and could score in the low to mid 170's on the LSAT. For instance, my brother graduated from college with a 2.45 and scored a 169 on the LSAT. He got into FSU and was actually above average according to their admissions index. BTW, his SAT score was 1430. Hope that helps.