1/18 Men's Basketball Top 25 Rankings


1#1 Kentucky Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewKentuckyKentucky avoided overtime this week by easily crushing Missouri and Alabama. Vanderbilt and USC are next.1
2#15 Virginia Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewVirginiaVirginia stayed perfect with wins over Clemson and BC. The tougher games are still a couple weeks away.2
3#9 Gonzaga Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewGonzagaThe Bulldogs had some trouble at Pepperdine, but came away with another conference win. They are now 7-0.3
4#11 Villanova Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewVillanovaThe Wildcats beat Xavier and Penn last week and next up they head to Georgetown for an important Big East tilt.6
5#4 Duke Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewDukeDuke fell against Miami, but then went on the road on Saturday and came away from Louisville with a 63-52 win.4
6#3 Wisconsin Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewWisconsinThe Badgers cruised past Nebraska and have another potentially tough home game against Iowa on Tuesday.8
7#2 Arizona Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewArizonaIn what was supposed to be the game of the year in the Pac-12, Arizona absolutely crushed Utah.9
8Maryland Men's Basketball Top 25 RankingsMarylandMelo Trimble and Jake Layman combined to score 57 of Maryland's 75 points in a nice win over Michigan State.13
9Utah Men's Basketball Top 25 RankingsUtahUtah was very disappointing in their game against Arizona. They will get another shot at the Wildcats on 2/28.5
10Notre Dame Men's Basketball Top 25 RankingsNotre DameThanks to Jerian Grant, the Irish held on to beat Georgia Tech and rallied to surpass Miami 75-70.12
11#7 Kansas Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewKansasEventually the Big 12 may separate a little bit, but for now it looks like anybody can beat anybody on any given day.7
12#21 Iowa State Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewIowa StateIowa State lost a heartbreaker at Baylor before picking up a huge win over Kansas. This week is as easy as it gets.11
13#14 Louisville Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewLouisvilleLouisville lost a tough home game to Duke and the offense never really got going. Pitt is their lone game this week.10
14#5 North Carolina Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewNorth CarolinaUNC held on to beat NC State and had little trouble at home against VT. They should win a couple more this week.14
15#13 Wichita State Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewWichita StateWichita State looks unbeatable in MVC action. A January 31st trip to Northern Iowa may be the only exception.15
16#10 Texas Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewTexasTexas crushed West Virginia to get back to .500 in conference play. The big one this week is against Kansas.16
17Virginia Commonwealth Men's Basketball Top 25 RankingsVCUThe Rams have now won ten in a row. Saint Louis and George Washington will look to end it this week.18
18Northern Iowa Men's Basketball top 25 RankingsNorthern IowaNorthern Iowa keeps cruising along and beating MVC opponents handily. However, Indiana State could be tough.21
19West Virginia Men's Basketball Top 25 RankingsWest VirginiaWest Virginia picked up a nice win over Oklahoma, but could not compete at all on the road in Austin.17
20#17 Oklahoma Men's Basketball 2014-2015 PreviewOklahomaAs is often the case in the Big 12, Oklahoma lost on the road and picked up a big win at home.19
21Dayton Men's Basketball Top 25 RankingsDaytonWith relatively easy wins over La Salle and Saint Louis, Dayton is off to a 5-0 start in Atlantic 10 play.NR
22San Diego State Men's Basketball Top 25San Diego StateSan Diego State held on to beat Wyoming and UNLV. It may not be pretty, but this is a tough team to beat.25
23Stanford Men's Basketball Top 25 RankingsStanfordWith wins over Cal and Connecticut, Stanford moves into the top 25. This week they host Arizona and Arizona State.NR
24Indiana Men's Basketball Top 25 RankingsIndianaThe Hoosiers are 4-1 in Big Ten action, and can make a big statement this week against Maryland and Ohio State.NR
25Colorado State Men's Basketball Top 25 RankingsColorado StateThe Mountain West has some great teams this year. CSU, Wyoming, SDSU and UNM will fight it out until the end.NR