This isn't my issue. There is NOBODY but me on my network, I have ended all processes other than the essentials and League. My network monitor is showing League as the ONLY resource.
I usually get ~88ms. However, for some odd reason, some of your servers ping me at ~180ms double, making the game pretty much unplayable (I don't ping this high even on EUW). It's like a gamble every game to see if I get high ping or not and it's cost me a few games now.
Is my ISP acting weird with some of your servers to cause this? Does anybody have any ideas on how to troubleshoot this?
Thanks to Mirage, I figured out the problem (it MAY be your ISP, not 100% sure though). Whenever you come across a game that lags you, go into "C:\Riot Games\League of Legends\RADS\solutions\lol_game_client_sln\release s\0.0.0.188\deploy\lastCmd.txt" and find the IP of that server.
Go into cmd, type in tracert <that_ip> and see at which waypoint it begins to spike. Whatever's the highest ping that's what you'll probably be pinging in game. For me, it was ALTER.NET hop point.
So after contacting Verizon they're telling me that any lag spikes on or past hop 7 on the tracert is NOT on their end. Sure enough, all my lag spikes are hop 7 or forward... Riot, your move?