Men's Basketball Top 25 Rankings

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11/16 Men's Basketball Top 25 Rankings

 

RankTeamCommentsPrior
1#1 Kentucky Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewKentuckyKentucky was down five at the half to Buffalo, but turned things around in the second half for a 71-52 win.1
2#2 Arizona Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewArizonaArizona is still heating up. They looked good against Mt. St. Mary's and CSUN and will only get better.2
3#3 Wisconsin Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewWisconsinWisconsin did what they were supposed to against Northern Kentucky and Chattanooga.3
4#4 Duke Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewDukeDuke didn't have any trouble with Presbyterian or Fairfield. We'll see what Michigan State can do.4
5#5 North Carolina Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewNorth CarolinaThe Tar Heels cruised past North Carolina Central and Robert Morris. This week they face Davidson.5
6#6 Florida Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewFloridaThe Florida frontcourt dominated William & Mary on Friday night. This week the big game is against Miami.6
7#7 Kansas Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewKansasKansas did not look too good against a scrappy UCSB squad. They will have to play better against Kentucky.7
8#8 Ohio State Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewOhio StateA balanced scoring attack led to an easy win over Umass-Lowell. Marquette should prove to be a tougher test.8
9#9 Gonzaga Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewGonzagaGonzaga's tough non-conference schedule begins on Monday night against SMU.9
10#10 Texas Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewTexasTexas crushed North Dakota State and Alcorn State. Now it's off to NYC to face Iowa and either Cal or Syracuse.10
11#11 Villanova Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewVillanovaVU got a tougher game then they expected from Lehigh. They should be able to get a couple more wins this week.11
12#12 Syracuse Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewSyracuseThe 2K Classic continues this week against California and either Iowa or Texas.12
13#13 Wichita State Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewWichita StateWichita State heads to Sioux Falls, South Dakota to play Memphis in what should be a very fun game.13
14#14 Louisville Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewLouisvilleMontrezl Harrell scored 30 points as Louisville won the first Pitino battle against Minnesota.14
15#15 Virginia Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewVirginiaVirginia's defense is off to a good start. The toughest game of the young season comes Friday against George Washington.15
16#16 Michigan State Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewMichigan StateThe Spartans struggled with Navy and now have to play against Duke on Tuesday night in Indianapolis.16
17#17 Oklahoma Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewOklahomaOklahoma cruised past Southeastern Louisiana and take an interesting trip to Creighton on Wednesday.17
18#18 VCU Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewVCUVCU started off the season with a quality win over Tennessee. This week they host Toledo and UMES.18
19#19 Michigan Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewMichiganIt's hardly worth even looking at the win over Hillsdale. The Wolverines really tip things off against Bucknell.19
20#21 Iowa State Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewIowa StateEverybody in the starting five reached double digits for Iowa State in a 93-82 win over Oakland.21
21#22 Iowa Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewIowaBehind a big game from Aaron White, Iowa crushed Hampton. We'll learn more about the Hawkeyes against Texas.22
22#23 Stanford Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewStanfordStanford is off to a 2-0 start, but they haven't looked that great. Games against UNLV and either Duke or Temple await.23
23#24 San Diego State Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewSan Diego StateSan Diego State got a nice warm-up win over CSUN before hosting Utah on Tuesday afternoon.24
24Connecticut Men's Basketball Top 25 Rankings
ConnecticutRyan Boatright willed Connecticut to a 66-53 win over Bryant. This week they head to the Puerto Rico Tip-Off.25
25Nebraska Men's Basketball Top 25 RankingsNebraskaTerran Petteway and company beat Northern Kentucky 80-61. The wins should keep on coming.NR