A wild weekend break in college basketball led to an overhaul in the most up to date AP Top 25 guys’s college basketball positions Monday as we obtained a brand-newNo 1 as well as a reshuffled top 10. Alabama replaced Purdue as theNo 1 group in college basketball complying with Purdue’s 2nd loss in 3 video games this weekend break, with the Crimson Tide getting 38 of 62 first- area ballots on their means to gaining theirfirst No 1 ranking in 20 years.
Purdue went down 2 placesto No 3 yet still got 2 first- area ballots today. Houston gained the second-most first- area ballots as well as stayed atNo 2 today regardless of recently’sNo 1, Purdue, dropping. The Cougars got 22 first- area ballots recently as well as got 22 first- area ballots once again today.
Elsewhere the top 5 obtained a reshuffle with UCLA going up 3 placesto No 4 as well as Kansas going up 4 placesto No 5. Texas complying with a 1-1 week in which it shed to Kansas relocated down out of the top 5to No 6. Virginia, Arizona, Baylor as well as Tennessee completed the improved top 10.
AP Top 25
The top 25 groups in The Associated Press’ college basketball poll, with first- area ballots in parentheses, documents with Sunday, complete factors based upon 25 factors for a first- area ballot with one factor for a 25th-place ballot as well as recently’s position:
|1||Alabama (38 )||22-3||1,523||3|
|2||Houston (22 )||23-2||1,503||2|
|3||Purdue (2 )||23-3||1,408||1|
|21||San Diego State||20 -5||271||25|
|23||NC State||20 -6||140||22|
Others getting ballots: Missouri 114, Northwestern 96, Illinois 84, (*25 *) 82, Nevada 36, Oklahoma State 23, Texas A&M 16, Oral Roberts 9, Iowa 5, Arkansas 4, Rutgers 2, Maryland 1, Charleston 1,Boise State 1
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