There’s a new No. 1 in the Associated Press’ top 25 college basketball rankings Houston took the lead from North Carolina After a significant change in Monday’s poll, marking the first time in 39 years, the Cougars are at the top of the Associated Press’ rankings.
Houston improved to 6-0 after winning 49-44 Kent State While the teams ranked first, third, sixth and eighth last week all had at least one loss. He received 45 first place votes. The last time the Cougars were in first place was the final poll of the 1982-1983 season before the Cougars lost to North Carolina State In the final of the NCAA tournament.
The chaos in the college hoops benefited another State team Texas Beyond Houston as Texas also got a boost in the rankings, moving from No. 4 to No. 2 after a week in which it handled the business to improve to 5-0. It ranks as the program’s second-highest ranking since the 2009 season.
Elsewhere in the survey, Virginia Travel up two spots to #3 while both Arizona And the Bordeaux It made huge leaps from outside the top ten to fourth and fifth, respectively. Rounding out the top ten is BaylorAnd the CreightonAnd the OkunAnd the Kansas and Hindi
AP top 25
Top 25 teams in the Associated Press college basketball poll, with first-place votes in brackets, score as of Sunday, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and last week’s ranking:
|21||University of California||5-2||346||19|
|24||San Diego State||4-2||189||17|
Others get votes: TCU 45, Yes 31, Charleston 20, West Virginia 14, Mississippi 12, Texas Tech 11, Michigan 8, Wisconsin 6, Arizona 6, UNLV 6, Miami, FL) 5, Missouri 2, Oklahoma 2, St. John 1, Virginia Tech 1, New Mexico 1, Kansas State 1
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