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1 Villanova
Villanova (57)
Record: 8-0
PV Rank
2
Points
1,613
2 UCLA
UCLA (2)
Record: 9-0
11
1,478
3 Kansas
Record: 7-1
4
1,458
4 Baylor
Baylor (6)
Record: 8-0
9
1,437
5 Duke
ACC
Record: 8-1
5
1,389
6 Kentucky
SEC
Record: 7-1
1
1,274
7 North Carolina
ACC
Record: 8-1
3
1,234
8 Gonzaga
Record: 8-0
8
1,198
9 Indiana
Record: 7-1
13
1,103
10 Creighton
Record: 8-0
10
1,003
11 Louisville
ACC
Record: 7-1
14
901
12 Saint Mary's (Cal.)
Record: 6-0
12
899
13 Xavier
Record: 7-1
7
784
14 Virginia
ACC
Record: 7-1
6
758
15 West Virginia
Record: 6-1
25
729
16 Butler
Record: 8-0
18
691
17 Wisconsin
Record: 7-2
17
655
18 Purdue
Record: 6-2
15
485
19 South Carolina
SEC
Record: 8-0
20
476
20 Arizona
Record: 6-2
16
320
21 Florida
SEC
Record: 7-1
24
285
22 Cincinnati
-
258
23 Notre Dame
ACC
Record: 8-0
-
197
24 Oregon
Record: 7-2
23
175
25 Iowa State
Record: 5-2
19
95
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I'm not surprised to see 'Nova at the #1 spot, but I am a little surprised UK fell 5 spots.

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Interesting to see Kansas up a spot and 4 Big 12 schools in the ranking. I'm hoping this can be a big year for the Jayhawks.

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44 minutes ago, braaadly said:
1 Villanova
Villanova (57)
Record: 8-0
PV Rank
2
Points
1,613
2 UCLA
UCLA (2)
Record: 9-0
11
1,478
3 Kansas
Record: 7-1
4
1,458
4 Baylor
Baylor (6)
Record: 8-0
9
1,437
5 Duke
ACC
Record: 8-1
5
1,389
6 Kentucky
SEC
Record: 7-1
1
1,274
7 North Carolina
ACC
Record: 8-1
3
1,234
8 Gonzaga
Record: 8-0
8
1,198
9 Indiana
Record: 7-1
13
1,103
10 Creighton
Record: 8-0
10
1,003
11 Louisville
ACC
Record: 7-1
14
901
12 Saint Mary's (Cal.)
Record: 6-0
12
899
13 Xavier
Record: 7-1
7
784
14 Virginia
ACC
Record: 7-1
6
758
15 West Virginia
Record: 6-1
25
729
16 Butler
Record: 8-0
18
691
17 Wisconsin
Record: 7-2
17
655
18 Purdue
Record: 6-2
15
485
19 South Carolina
SEC
Record: 8-0
20
476
20 Arizona
Record: 6-2
16
320
21 Florida
SEC
Record: 7-1
24
285
22 Cincinnati
-
258
23 Notre Dame
ACC
Record: 8-0
-
197
24 Oregon
Record: 7-2
23
175
25 Iowa State
Record: 5-2
19
95
 

Others receiving votes: Syracuse 45, Southern Cal 43, Ohio St. 40, TCU 33, Florida St. 18, Virginia Tech 11, California 10, Maryland 9, Valparaiso 7, Wichita St. 5, Temple 3, Michigan St. 3, Minnesota 1, IPFW 1, UNC Wilmington 1

2 minutes ago, Indieanapolis said:

Interesting to see Kansas up a spot and 4 Big 12 schools in the ranking. I'm hoping this can be a big year for the Jayhawks.

Even tho Baylor is ranked ahead of Kansas, I still think Kansas is the team to beat in the Big 12. They always are. Baylor always seems so good early on in the season, but they seem to slowly drop off. It'll be interesting to watch the Big 12 play out.

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It seems like the Big Ten seems a little underrepresented on this list with only 3 teams. Even the west coast had 2. I wonder what this says about the conference as a whole. 

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2 minutes ago, Indieanapolis said:

It seems like the Big Ten seems a little underrepresented on this list with only 3 teams. Even the west coast had 2. I wonder what this says about the conference as a whole. 

4 other Big Ten schools received votes tho. But I agree. I think the Big Ten is down a little bit. It's weird not seeing Michigan St, Michigan, Maryland, or even Michigan in the top 25

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Indiana is well represented with 4 teams.

GB 

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1 minute ago, GB4 said:

Indiana is well represented with 4 teams.

GB 

 

Unfortunately. :02:

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5 hours ago, MasonHAsher said:

I think it is funny IPFW gets a vote.

They have an upcoming game against Notre Dame, and if they beat them, you may even see them ranked. Crazy world we're living in.

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If IPFW gets ranked I would say there would be 5 ranked Indiana schools, but Notre Dame would likely be dropped. 

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