No 1 Purdue made a unanimous move of both surveys Monday as the Boilermakers remained atop the Coaches Poll with all 32 citizens tabbing them as college basketball’s leading group. Last week, the Boilermakers obtained 24 first-place ballots while Alabama obtained 8. But the Crimson Tide went down 3 placesto No 5 today following their 93-69 loss at Oklahoma on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Purdue proceeded to show that it is the course of the Big Ten as it won at Michigan as well as beat Michigan State in your home to boost to 21-1 (10-1 Big Ten).Rising to No 2 was Tennessee, which enhanced to 18-3 with an 82-71 sway Texas onSaturday Also gaining from Alabama’s autumn was Virginia, which climbed up 2 placesto No 4 while prolonging its winning touch to 6 video games.
Among the greatest risers wasNo 11 Baylor, which rose 6 places due to a substantial week that consisted of gain Kansas as well asArkansas Elsewhere, it was a great week for the Big Ten in the Coaches Poll asNo 22 Indiana as well asNo 25 Illinois returned to the poll to offer the Boilermakers some firm in the leading 25.Charleston as well as Duke each quit whileNo 23 Auburn directly hung on in the poll, going down 7 places after losses to Texas A&M as well asWest Virginia
The leading 25 groups in the U.S.A. Today college basketball Coaches Poll, with first-place ballots in parentheses, documents via Sunday, overall factors based upon 25 factors for a first-place ballot via one factor for a 25th-place ballot as well as recently’s position:
Others obtaining ballots: San Diego St 51; Charleston 45; Duke 38; NC State 33; Creighton 26; Rutgers 24; Texas A&M 21; North Carolina 16; Missouri 16; New Mexico 12; USC 11; Northwestern 9; Boise St 6; Michigan St 3; Saint Louis 2; Pittsburgh 2; UC Santa Barbara 1; Temple 1.
Dropped out: No 18 Charleston;No 25 Duke.
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