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Tag:Top 25 (and one)
Posted on: May 10, 2011 2:31 pm
Edited on: May 10, 2011 2:32 pm
 

Updated Top 25 (and one)

I've updated the Top 25 (and one).

Here's how it looks ...
  1. North Carolina
  2. Kentucky
  3. Syracuse
  4. Ohio State
  5. Vanderbilt
  6. Duke
  7. Louisville
  8. Memphis
  9. Connecticut
  10. Wisconsin
  11. Kansas
  12. Pittsburgh
  13. Florida
  14. Baylor
  15. Arizona
  16. Butler
  17. Cincinnati
  18. Xavier
  19. Missouri
  20. Michigan
  21. Alabama
  22. Gonzaga
  23. Marquette
  24. Texas A&M
  25. UCLA
  26. Florida State
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: March 6, 2011 5:53 pm
 

Updated Top 25 (and one)

The Top 25 (and one) will be updated on the college basketball page shortly.

Here's how it will look:
  1. Ohio State (29-2)
  2. Kansas (29-2)
  3. Pittsburgh (27-4)
  4. Notre Dame (25-5)
  5. North Carolina (24-6)
  6. Duke (27-4)
  7. BYU (28-3)
  8. San Diego State (29-2)
  9. Texas (25-6)
  10. Wisconsin (23-7)
  11. Purdue (25-6)
  12. Syracuse (25-6)
  13. Florida (24-6)
  14. Kentucky (22-8)
  15. Louisville (23-8)
  16. St. John's (20-10)
  17. West Virginia (20-10)
  18. Connecticut (21-9)
  19. Cincinnati (24-7)
  20. Xavier (24-6)
  21. UNLV (23-7)
  22. Kansas State (21-9)
  23. Georgetown (21-9)
  24. Vanderbilt (21-9)
  25. Texas A&M (23-7)
  26. Temple (24-6)
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: February 27, 2011 9:39 pm
Edited on: February 27, 2011 9:41 pm
 

Updated Top 25 (and one)

The Top 25 (and one) will be updated on the college basketball page shortly.

Here's how it will look:
  1. Ohio State (27-2)
  2. Kansas (27-2)
  3. Pittsburgh (25-4)
  4. BYU (27-2)
  5. Notre Dame (23-5)
  6. Duke (25-3)
  7. Purdue (24-5)
  8. Texas (24-5)
  9. San Diego State (27-2)
  10. Wisconsin (22-6)
  11. Louisville (22-7)
  12. Syracuse (24-6)
  13. St. John's (19-9)
  14. Connecticut (21-7)
  15. North Carolina (22-6)
  16. Florida (22-6)
  17. Georgetown (21-8)
  18. Villanova (21-8)
  19. Vanderbilt (21-7)
  20. Kentucky (20-8)
  21. George Mason (25-5)
  22. Xavier (22-6)
  23. Missouri (22-7)
  24. West Virginia (18-10)
  25. Texas A&M (22-6)
  26. Temple (22-6)
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: February 20, 2011 10:16 pm
Edited on: February 21, 2011 12:20 am
 

Updated Top 25 (and one)

The Top 25 (and one) will be updated on the college basketball page shortly.

Here's how it will look:
  1. Ohio State (25-2)
  2. Pittsburgh (24-3)
  3. Texas (23-4)
  4. Kansas (25-2)
  5. San Diego State (27-1)
  6. Duke (25-2)
  7. BYU (25-2)
  8. Notre Dame (21-5)
  9. Purdue (22-5)
  10. Wisconsin (20-6)
  11. Georgetown (21-6)
  12. Connecticut (20-6)
  13. Villanova (21-6)
  14. Florida (21-5)
  15. Vanderbilt (20-6)
  16. Louisville (20-7)
  17. North Carolina (20-6)
  18. Arizona (23-4)
  19. Kentucky (19-7)
  20. Syracuse (22-6)
  21. St. John's (17-9)
  22. Missouri (21-6)
  23. Texas A&M (21-5)
  24. West Virginia (17-9)
  25. Temple (21-5)
  26. George Mason (23-5)
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: February 13, 2011 11:00 pm
Edited on: February 13, 2011 11:16 pm
 

Updated Top 25 (and one)

The Top 25 (and one) will be updated on the college basketball page shortly.

Here's how it will look:

1. Ohio State (24-1)
A loss at Wisconsin is no reason to drop the Buckeyes; they still have the nation's best body of work.
2. Pittsburgh (23-2)
The Panthers have a two-game lead in the Big East standings after huge wins at WVU and Villanova.
3. Texas (22-3)
All of the Longhorns' victories in this 10-game winning streak have come by at least nine points.
4. Kansas (24-1)
The Jayhawks will have to try to keep pace with Texas despite the temporary loss of Thomas Robinson.
5. Notre Dame (21-4)
Only Pittsburgh can match Notre Dame's six wins against Top 25 RPI teams.
6. San Diego State (25-1)
The Aztecs' game with BYU on Feb. 26 will likely decide the MWC championship.
7. Duke (23-2)
Nolan Smith's 16 second-half points pushed Duke past Miami on Sunday.
8. BYU (24-2)
Jimmer Fredette's 23-point effort against Utah was his lowest point total since Jan. 18.
9. Georgetown (20-5)
The Hoyas haven't lost in more than a month, which is rare for a team playing a Big East schedule.
10. Wisconsin (19-5)
The Badgers' win over Ohio State was their 35th in 36 games at the Kohl Center.
11. Connecticut (19-5)
Kemba Walker's 22 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists Sunday helped UConn avoid consecutive losses.
12. Villanova (19-6)
The Wildcats' 47-game winning streak at the Pavilion was snapped Saturday by Pittsburgh.
13. Florida (20-5)
Barring a collapse, the Gators will be SEC East champions.
14. Louisville (19-6)
The Cards are on path to receive a top-four seed in the Big East tournament.
15. Purdue (19-5)
The Boilermakers' only loss to a team ranked outside the top 50 of the RPI came early to Richmond.
16. Vanderbilt (18-6)
The Commodores' win over UK kept them in a tie for second in the SEC East with Georgia.
17. North Carolina (18-6)
Kendall Marshall got a career-high 18 points in UNC's win at Clemson.
18. Arizona (21-4)
The Wildcats' sixth straight win came Sunday night at Arizona State.
19. Kentucky (17-7)
Six of UK's seven losses have come on the road and by an average of three points.
20. Syracuse (20-6)
The Orange have dropped six of their past eight since starting 18-0.
21. Missouri (19-6)
Marcus Denmon missed most of the second half of Missouri's win over OU after being hit in the face.
22. Texas A&M (19-5)
The Aggies are 2-1 in their past three games -- all of which have been decided by one possession.
23. West Virginia (16-8)
The Mountaineers are 1-2 since Casey Mitchell returned from suspension.
24. Marquette (15-10)
The Golden Eagles have three Top 50 wins and just one loss outside of the Top 50.
25. Temple (19-5)
The Owls had no problem winning at Dayton despite the absence of Lavoy Allen (sprained ankle).
26. UCLA (18-7)
The Bruins have won five straight and are all alone in second in the Pac-10 standings.
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: February 6, 2011 4:11 pm
Edited on: February 6, 2011 4:12 pm
 

Updated Top 25 (and one)

The Top 25 (and one) will be updated on the college basketball page shortly.

Here's how it will look:

1. Ohio State (24-0)
The Buckeyes will take their perfect record to the Kohl Center next weekend.
2. Pittsburgh (21-2)
The Panthers dropped Cincinnati to 0-4 against ranked teams this season.
3. Texas (20-3)
UT's win over Texas Tech pushed Rick Barnes' all-time record against the Red Raiders to 25-3.
4. Kansas (22-1)
KU didn't need Josh Selby (injured foot) to cruise to an easy win at Nebraska.
5. Notre Dame (19-4)
The Irish have won five straight and are all alone in second place of the Big East standings.
6. San Diego State (23-1)
Kawhi Leonard is averaging 15.0 points and 10.5 rebounds for the Aztecs.
7. Duke (21-2)
The Blue Devils have won two games by an average of 21 points since losing at St. John's.
8. BYU (22-2)
Jimmer Fredette became the MWC's all-time leading scorer during BYU's win over UNLV.
9. Georgetown (18-5)
The Hoyas have won six straight since enduring a three-game losing streak in early January.
10. Villanova (19-4)
The Wildcats handled West Virginia easily despite the return of WVU's Casey Mitchell.
11. Syracuse (20-4)
Rick Jackson has 16 double-doubles in 24 games for the Orange.
12. Connecticut (18-4)
The Huskies came from 14 down in the second half to win at Seton Hall.
13. Wisconsin (17-5)
The Badgers dealt Michigan State its second straight 20-point loss on Sunday.
14. Florida (18-5)
Chandler Parson's 17 points and 12 rebounds lifted the Gators to a weekend win over Kentucky.
15. Kentucky (16-6)
The Wildcats are 2-5 in true road games after losing at Ole Miss and Florida last week.
16. Louisville (18-5)
The Cardinals held on late against DePaul to keep the Blue Demons winless in the Big East.
17. Purdue (18-5)
JaJuan Johnson is averaging 20.8 points, 7.6 rebounds and 2.2 blocks per game for the Boilermakers.
18. Arizona (20-4)
MoMo Jones' career-high 27 points lifted Arizona to a triple-overtime win at California.
19. North Carolina (16-5)
The Tar Heels have won five straight since moving Kendall Marshal into the starting lineup.
20. Missouri (18-5)
Kim English came off the bench and got 21 points in Missouri's victory over Colorado.
21. Texas A&M (17-5)
The Aggies have dropped three of their past four games.
22. West Virginia (15-7)
The Mountaineers are 0-2 against ranked opponents since beating Purdue on Jan. 16.
23. Marquette (14-9)
The Golden Eagles only have one loss to a team not ranked in the Top 25 (and one).
24. Temple (17-5)
The Owls have won four straight to move into contention in the Atlantic 10.
25. Vanderbilt (16-6)
Four Commodores are averaging double-figures in points, including Festus Ezeli.
26. UCLA (16-7)
The Bruins are 13-3 with wins over BYU and St. John's since their Dec. 5 loss to Montana.

In this week: No. 24 Temple, No. 25 Vanderbilt, No. 26 UCLA
Out this week: No. 19 Washington, No. 21 Minnesota, No. 24 Illinois
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: January 31, 2011 12:13 am
Edited on: January 31, 2011 7:40 pm
 

Updated Top 25 (and one)

The Top 25 (and one) will be updated on the college basketball page shortly.

Here's how it will look:

1. Ohio State (22-0)

The Buckeyes' 22-0 start is their second best start in school history.
2. Pittsburgh (20-2)
The Panthers have five wins over other teams in this week's Top 25 (and one).
3. Texas (18-3)
The Longhorns have won all six of their Big 12 games by double-digits.
4. Kansas (20-1)
Thomas Robinson got 17 points and nine rebounds two days after his mother's funeral in a 90-66 win over KSU.
5. Notre Dame (17-4)
The Irish's move into the top five is a result of them snapping Pitt's 20-game home winning streak.
6. San Diego State (21-1)
The Aztecs made a school-record 17 3-pointers in a win over Wyoming.
7. Connecticut (17-3)
Kemba Walker missed a long 3-pointer at the buzzer in UConn's loss to Louisville.
8. Duke (20-2)
The Blue Devils have just one win over a team in the updated Top 25 (and one).
9. Kentucky (16-4)
Doron Lamb came off the bench and got 19 points in UK's win over Georgia.
10. BYU (20-2)
Jimmer Fredette has scored at least 32 points in each of BYU's past three games.
11. Georgetown (16-5)
Austin Freeman got 30 points in the Hoyas' win at Villanova.
12. Villanova (17-4)
The Wildcats have gone from 4-0 to 5-3 in the Big East.
13. Missouri (17-4)
The Tigers were held to 33.9 percent shooting in their loss at Texas.
14. Syracuse (18-4)
The Orange have dropped four straight games since starting 18-0.
15. Texas A&M (17-3)
The Aggies' loss at Nebraska allowed the Huskers to snap an 11-game losing streak against ranked opponents.
16. Louisville (17-4)
Peyton Siva's 19 points helped the Cardinals win at UConn in double-overtime.
17. Purdue (18-4)
JaJuan Johnson has scored at least 20 points in six straight games.
18. Wisconsin (15-5)
The Badgers joined Michigan State and Illinois as teams that've lost at Penn State.
19. Washington (15-5)
The Huskies' three-game winning streak was snapped late Sunday at Washington State.
20. Arizona (18-4)
Derrick Williams made 13 of 16 field goal attempts in wins over UCLA and USC.
21. Minnesota (16-5)
The Gophers are 1-1 since losing Al Nolen to a broken foot.
22. West Virginia (14-6)
The Mountaineers are 1-1 since Bob Huggins suspended Casey Mitchell.
23. Marquette (14-8)
Marquette has three wins over teams ranked here, just two losses to teams unranked here.
24. Illinois (14-7)
The Illini's schedule has taken a toll, but they should be favored in each of their next five games.
25. North Carolina (15-5)
The Tar Heels are 3-0 since moving Kendall Marshall into the starting lineup.
26. Florida (16-5)
The Gators are still atop the SEC East standings despite a weekend loss at Mississippi State.

IN: No. 16 Louisville, No. 20 Arizona, No. 23 Marquette, No. 25 North Carolina
OUT: No. 22 Vanderbilt, No. 24 Michigan State, No. 25 Florida State, No. 26 St. Mary's
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: January 23, 2011 4:34 pm
 

Updated Top 25 (and one)

The Top 25 (and one) will be updated on the college basketball page shortly.

Here's how it will look:

1. Ohio State (20-0)
If they Buckeyes win out, they'll record college basketball's first ever 40-0 record.
2. Pittsburgh (19-1)
The Panthers dealt DePaul its 20th straight Big East loss.
3. Duke (18-1)
The Blue Devils are 18-1 for the third time in the past four seasons.
4. San Diego State (20-0)
The Aztecs' next test will come Wednesday at BYU.
5. Connecticut (16-2)
The Huskies' win over Tennessee allowed them to finish their non-league schedule with a 12-0 record.
6. Texas (16-3)
J'Covan Brown's 23 points helped Texas snap KU's 69-game winning streak at Allen Fieldhouse.
7. Kansas (18-1)
The Jayhawks blew a 15-point lead in Saturday's loss to Texas.
8. Villanova (17-2)
Maalik Wayns has scored at least 21 points in Villanova's past two wins.
9. Syracuse (18-2)
Rick Jackson has 13 double-doubles in 20 games this season.
10. BYU (19-1)
Jimmer Fredette is averaging 34.2 points in BYU's past five games.
11. Notre Dame (16-4)
Ben Hansbrough's career-high 28 points lifted Notre Dame to a weekend win over Marquette.
12. Texas A&M (17-2)
The Aggies' 4-1 league record has them all alone in second in the Big 12 standings.
13. Missouri (17-3)
Missouri's 33-point win over Iowa State this weekend was the largest in series history.
14. Kentucky (15-4)
Brandon Knight has scored at least 20 points eight times this season.
15. Wisconsin (15-4)
Josh Gasser's triple-double helped Wisconsin cruise Sunday at Northwestern.
16. Minnesota (15-4)
The Gophers out-rebounded Michigan by a 38-13 margin in Saturday's win at Crisler Arena.
17. Purdue (17-3)
The Boilermakers shot 58 percent in Saturday's win over Michigan State.
18. Washington (15-4)
Six of Washington's seven Pac-10 victories have come by double-digits.
19. Georgetown (14-5)
Austin Freeman is averaging 26.5 points in Georgetown's past two wins.
20. Florida (15-4)
The Gators' 4-1 league record has them alone atop the SEC East standings.
21. West Virginia (13-5)
Casey Mitchell got 13 points and 14 rebounds in Sunday's win over USF.
22. Vanderbilt (14-4)
The Commodores rebounded from that loss at UT with double-digit wins over Ole Miss and Saint Mary's.
23. Illinois (14-6)
The Illini squandered an eight-point second-half lead in Saturday's loss to top-ranked Ohio State.
24. Michigan State (12-7)
Only one of the Spartans' losses is to a team not ranked here. They own wins over No. 15, No. 16 and No. 18.
25. Florida State (15-5)
FSU would be the top seed in the ACC tournament if the season ended today.
26. Saint Mary's (17-3)
SMC can probably secure the WCC title with wins this week at Gonzaga and at Portland.

IN THIS WEEK: Washington, Florida, Vanderbilt, Florida State
OUT THIS WEEK: Temple, Georgia, Gonzaga, Louisville
Category: NCAAB
 
 
 
 
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