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LSU (17-6, 8-2 SEC) dropped down seven spots to No. 25 in the AP Top 25 after losing to Vanderbilt and Auburn last week. The Tigers dropped out of the Coaches Poll after the back-to-back losses.

LSU will host Missouri this week on Tuesday night at the PMAC and play at Alabama on Saturday.

1. Baylor 21-1 (48)
2. Gonzaga 25-1 (15)
3. Kansas 20-3 (1)
4. San Diego State 24-0
5. Louisville 21-3
6. Dayton 21-2
7. Duke 20-3
8. Florida State 20-3
9. Maryland 19-4
10. Seton Hall 18-5
11. Auburn 21-2
12. Kentucky 18-5
13. Penn State 18-5
14. West Virginia 18-5
15. Villanova 17-6
16. Colorado 19-5
17. Oregon 18-6
18. Marquette 17-6
19. Butler 18-6
20. Houston 19-5
21. Iowa 17-7
22. Illinois 16-7
23. Creighton 18-6
24. Texas Tech 15-8
25. LSU 17-6

Others receiving votes: Michigan State 124, Rhode Island 57, Northern Iowa 44, BYU 43, Arizona 34, Purdue 27, Ohio State 14, Cincinnati 6, Stephen F. Austin 6, Michigan 3, Rutgers 2, East Tennessee State 2, Virginia 2, Winthrop 1, Wright State 1

Dropped from rankings: Michigan State 16, Arizona 23
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Comments

7 Comments
I’m not sure how the committee kept them in the top 25 after a Vandy loss
Reply13 days
Zags should be #1.
Reply13 days
Why wouldn’t they be, they’re easily a top 25 team.
Reply13 days
17-6 isnt exactly great in college basketball
13 days
@southaidedell 15 of the top 25 have at least 5 losses
13 days
Wow. Guess they viewed Auburn as a good loss. Win both this week guys.
Reply13 days
Or Vandy as a bad loss.
13 days
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