Basketball Rankings: Small changes in AP Top 25 poll
Little change with the top 15
college basketball teams unmoved in this week's AP Top 25 NCAA
The college basketball AP Top 25 poll is out and little
changes worth noting this week. North Carolina (9-0) remains the
No.1, after beating Rutgers 93-71 last night, the only game
North Carolina played this week. Memphis (8-0) remains on the
second spot in the AP Top 25 NCAA basketball, with only one game
last week, as well, for a victory against Middle Tennessee
There are no changes in the top 15 college basketball
teams ranked in the AP Top 25, first change comes at No.16
Butler, who were No.18 last week. Three new editions to the AP
Top 25 this week are worth noting. Miami entered the rankings at
No.22, West Virginia debuted on No.24 and Southern Cal got the
last spot on the AP Top 25 poll. Here is the full list of this
week's college basketball AP Top 25 rankings: 1. North Carolina;
2. Memphis; 3. Kansas; 4. Texas; 5. Georgetown; 6. Duke; 7.
Washington St.; 8. UCLA; 9. Michigan St.; 10. Marquette; 11.
Pittsburgh; 12. Tennessee; 13. Indiana; 14. Texas A&M; 15.
Clemson; 16. Butler; 17. Vanderbilt; 18. Gonzaga; 19. Arizona;
20. Villanova; 21. BYU; 22. Miami; 23. Oregon; 24. West
Virginia; 25. Southern Cal.