Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
AP Top 25:
1. Gonzaga (55) 4-0
2. UCLA (5) 4-0
3. Purdue (1) 5-0
4. Kansas 3-0
5. Duke 5-0
6. Baylor 4-0
7. Villanova 3-2
8. Texas 3-1
9. Memphis 4-0
10. Alabama 4-0
10. Kentucky 3-1
12. Houston 3-0
13. Arkansas 3-0
14. Illinois 2-1
15. Tennessee 3-1
16. St. Bonaventure 5-0
17. Arizona 5-0
18. BYU 4-0
19. Auburn 3-0
20. Michigan 3-2
21. Seton Hall 3-0
22. UConn 4-0
23. Florida 3-0
24. Southern Cal 3-0
25. Xavier 4-0

Others receiving votes: Oregon 96, Virginia Tech 91, Ohio State 89, North Carolina 75, Indiana 45, Michigan State 44, Marquette 41, Colorado State 30, Maryland 28, Texas Tech 26, Iowa 6, LSU 6, Mississippi State 4, Florida State 4, Drake 2, San Francisco 1, Loyola Chicago 1, George Mason 1, Ohio 1

Dropped from rankings: Oregon 12, North Carolina 18, Ohio State 19, Maryland 20
Filed Under: SEC Basketball
Originally published on SECRant.com

Comments

8 Comments
Should be 7.
Reply3 days
We are 17 in Kenpom. That’s what really matters.
Reply5 days
LSU just won the emerald coast championship! These pollsters do know what they are talking about.
Reply6 days
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Only 1 has an OGHC.
Reply6 days
Iona
Reply8 days
Just like CFP. None of these polls mean a damn thing until all factors are included.
Reply10 days
It'll be glorious when LSU wins the SEC title in the end.
Reply10 days
silly voter rankings are meaningless, ignore them all. Now, the NET rankings are at least more legitimate because of hard metrics, but they're still highly imperfect.
Reply12 days
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