Tag:Top 25 (and one)
Posted on: January 16, 2011 9:47 pm
Edited on: January 17, 2011 11:06 am
 

Updated Top 25 (and one)

The Top 25 (and one) will be updated on the college basketball page shortly.

Here's how it will look:
  1. Ohio State (17-0)
  2. Kansas (17-0)
  3. Syracuse (18-0)
  4. San Diego State (19-0)
  5. Pittsburgh (17-1)
  6. Duke (16-1)
  7. Connecticut (14-2)
  8. Villanova (16-1)
  9. Texas (14-3)
  10. Kentucky (14-3)
  11. BYU (17-1)
  12. Texas A&M (16-1)
  13. Missouri (15-3)
  14. Notre Dame (14-4)
  15. Michigan State (12-5)
  16. Wisconsin (13-4)
  17. Minnesota (14-4)
  18. West Virginia (12-4)
  19. Purdue (15-3)
  20. Temple (12-4)
  21. Georgia (13-3)
  22. Georgetown (12-4)
  23. Illinois (13-5)
  24. Saint Mary's (16-2)
  25. Gonzaga (13-5)
  26. Louisville (14-3)
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: January 9, 2011 10:45 pm
Edited on: January 9, 2011 10:48 pm
 

Updated Top 25 (and one)

The Top 25 (and one) will be updated on the college basketball page shortly.

Here's how it will look:

1. Duke (15-0)
The Blue Devils have won 25 straight games dating back to last season.
2. Ohio State (16-0)
The Buckeyes are off to their best start ever under Thad Matta.
3. Kansas (15-0)
The Jayhawks finished their non-league schedule unbeaten but needed OT against Michigan to do it.
4. Syracuse (16-0)
The Orange are 16-0 for the first time since the 1999-2000 season.
5. Pittsburgh (15-1)
The Panthers are averaging 83.3 points per game in Big East play, the most ever under Jamie Dixon.
6. San Diego State (17-0)
Three of the Aztecs' next four games are challenging -- against UNLV, at New Mexico and at BYU.
7. Notre Dame (14-2)
Mike Brey is among the early favorites for National Coach of the Year.
8. Connecticut (12-2)
The Huskies ended Texas' 27-game home winning streak against non-league opponents.
9. Villanova (14-1)
The Wildcats dealt Cincinnati its first loss Sunday.
10. Missouri (14-2)
The Tigers' nine-game winning streak was snapped at Colorado.
11. Texas (12-3)
The Longhorns allowed UConn to get 23 offensive rebounds in Saturday's loss.
12. Kentucky (12-3)
The Wildcats had three players foul out in their loss at Georgia.
13. Purdue (15-1)
The Boilermakers are 4-0 in the Big Ten with four double-digit wins.
14. BYU (16-1)
Jackson Emery tied Dannie Ainge as BYU's all-time steals leader.
15. Texas A&M (14-1)
The Aggies' only loss was by two points to Boston College in Orlando.
16. Illinois (13-3)
The Illini have won three straight since losing to Missouri in St. Louis.
17. Wisconsin (12-3)
The Badgers' win against Michigan was their ninth straight against the Wolverines.
18. Washington (12-3)
The loss of Abdul Gaddy hurts but doesn't mean the Huskies aren't still the Pac-10 favorites.
19. Temple (11-3)
The Owls got past Saint Louis on Sunday despite the absence of Juan Fernandez.
20. Georgia (12-2)
Trey Thompkins is averaging 25.5 points and 7.0 rebounds in his past two outings.
21. UCF (14-1)
It'll be interesting to see whether UCF can avoid consecutive losses with a game at USM on deck.
22. Georgetown (12-4)
Chris Wright is 7-of-31 from the field in the Hoyas' past three losses.
23. Michigan State (10-5)
Four of Michigan State's losses are to teams ranked in the top 11 of the Top 25 (and one).
24. Minnesota (12-4)
The Gophers are struggling with their tough schedule (Wisconsin, MSU and OSU in a span of 13 days).
25. North Carolina (11-4)
The Tar Heels have quietly won seven of their past eight games.
26. Louisville (13-2)
Two quality wins (Butler and UNLV) and just one bad loss (Drexel) are enough to rank the Cards.

IN: No. 20 Georgia, No. 25 North Carolina, No. 26 Louisville
OUT: No. 23 Wichita State, No. 25 Vanderbilt, No. 26 UNLV
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: January 2, 2011 9:42 pm
Edited on: January 2, 2011 10:04 pm
 

Updated Top 25 (and one)

The Top 25 (and one) will be updated on the college basketball page shortly.

Here's how it will look:

1. Duke (13-0)
The Blue Devils still seem likely to be a favored in every game even if Kyrie Irving never plays again.
2. Ohio State (14-0)
Ohio State has won eight straight true road games.
3. Kansas (13-0)
Sunday's win over Miami-Ohio was the Jayhawks' 67th straight at Allen Fieldhouse.
4. Syracuse (15-0)
The Orange's 15-0 record represents their best start since the 1999-2000 season.
5. Pittsburgh (13-1)
The Panthers' win over UConn moved them to 5-1 all-time against Jim Calhoun at the Peterson Events Center.
6. San Diego State (15-0)
The Aztecs are 15-0 for the first time in school history.
7. Connecticut (11-1)
Kemba Walker had 24 points and eight rebounds in UConn's OT win over South Florida.
8. Georgetown (12-2)
The Hoyas have shot better than 50 percent from the field in four of their past five games.
9. Missouri (13-1)
The Tigers have won 56 consecutive non-league home games.
10. Villanova (12-1)
Sunday's win over Rutgers was Villanova's 44th straight at the Pavilion.
11. Texas (11-2)
Jordan Hamilton is shooting a higher percentage from the field, beyond the arc and free throw line this season.
12. Kentucky (11-2)
UK's frontcourt of Terrence Jones and Josh Harrellson is combining to average 18.5 rebounds per game.
13. Michigan State (9-4)
The Spartans' win over Minnesota was their ninth in the past 10 meetings between the two schools.
14. Notre Dame (12-2)
The Irish split games with Georgetown (home) and Syracuse (road), which isn't a bad week.
15. Purdue (13-1)
The Boilermakers have won eight straight and should be 15-1 heading into a Jan. 13 game at Minnesota.
16. Central Florida (13-0)
UCF's 13-0 start is the program's best since moving to Division I in 1984.
17. BYU 14-1)
Jimmer Fredette's three 3-pointers against Fresno Pacific moved him into second on BYU's all-time list.
18. Texas A&M (12-1)
The Aggies are grabbing 43 percent of their offensive rebounding opportunities, which ranks fifth nationally.
19. Illinois (10-3)
The Illini shot 56 percent from the field in Sunday's win over Wisconsin.
20. Wisconsin (11-3)
The Badgers' loss at Illinois was their first since a Nov. 28 loss to Notre Dame.
21. Washington (10-3)
The Huskies' wins over USC and UCLA represented their first sweep through Los Angeles since 2006.
22. Temple (9-3)
The Owls' six-game winning streak was snapped by a four-point loss at Villanova.
23. Wichita State (11-2)
The Shockers are 2-0 in the MVC for the first time since 2005-06.
24. Minnesota (11-3)
Blame the schedulemaker for Minnesota's 0-2 league start (first two games at Wisconsin and at MSU).
25. Vanderbilt (11-2)
I promised Vandy fan @AdamKelly2016 (on Twitter) that I'd mention him when I finally ranked VU. (Here you go.)
26. UNLV (11-2)
Tre'Von Willis is averaging 15.5 points in his past two outings.
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: December 26, 2010 12:33 pm
Edited on: December 26, 2010 2:38 pm
 

Updated Top 25 (and one)

The Top 25 (and one) will be updatd on the college basketball page shortly.

Here's how it will look:

1. Duke (11-0)
Mike Krzyzewski's next win will move him past North Carolina legend Dean Smith on the all-time win list.
2. Ohio State (12-0)
The Buckeyes are 12-0 for the first time since they started 17-0 in the 1990-91 season.
3. Connecticut (10-0)
UConn's first real test since Maui comes Monday night at Pittsburgh.
4. Kansas (11-0)
Freshman guard Josh Selby is averaging 19.5 points through two games with the Jayhawks.
5. Syracuse (13-0)
Rick Jackson has nine double-doubles in 13 games this season.
6. San Diego State (14-0)
The Aztecs have won a school-record 14 straight games.
7. Pittsburgh (12-1)
Jamie Dixon has 200 career wins heading into Monday's game with UConn.
8. Georgetown (11-1)
The Hoyas have beaten Missouri in Missouri and Memphis in Memphis.
9. Missouri (11-1)
The Tigers have wins over Illinois and Vanderbilt, and their only loss was in OT to Georgetown.
10. Villanova (10-1)
The Wildcats' game with Temple this week will be their first challenge since losing to Tennessee a month ago.
11. Texas (10-2)
The Longhorns last week became the first non-league visitor to win at the Breslin Center since 2003.
12. Minnesota (11-1)
The Gophers' lone loss in the non-league portion of their schedule was to Virginia.
13. Kentucky (9-2)
Doron Lamb's 32 points against Winthrop set a record for points in a game by a UK freshman.
14. Notre Dame (11-1)
Scott Martin has scored in double-figures in 10 straight games for the Irish.
15. Michigan State (8-4)
Yes, MSU has four losses. They are to the teams ranked No. 1, No. 3, No. 5 and No. 11 in the Top 25 (and one).
16. Central Florida (11-0)
The Knights appear good enough to provide Memphis with a real challenge in C-USA.
17. BYU (12-1)
The Cougars have won 26 of their past 27 home games.
18. Purdue (11-1)
JaJuan Johnson is averaging 26.7 points in his past three games -- wins over North Florida, Indiana State and IPFW.
19. Wisconsin (10-2)
The Badgers hit a school-record 17 3-pointers in their win over Coppin State.
20. Boston College (10-2)
BC is 9-1 with wins over A&M and Maryland (and a lone loss to Wisconsin) since losing to Yale on Nov. 11.
21. Texas A&M (11-1)
Texas A&M has won eight straight since losing to Boston College in the opener of the Old Spice Classic.
22. Temple (9-2)
The Owls have beaten five different MAC teams this season.
23. Wichita State (9-2)
The Shockers' only losses are to No. 3 UConn and No. 6 San Diego State.
24. Illinois (10-3)
The Illini have dropped two straight games heading into their Big Ten opener against Iowa.
25. Tennessee (8-3)
The Vols have lost three of their past four games since beating Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh.
26. Washington (9-3)
The Huskies' three losses are single-digit losses to No. 13 UK, No. 15 MSU and No. 21 Texas A&M.

IN THIS WEEK: No. 20 BC, No. 21 Texas A&M, No. 22 Temple, No. 23 Wichita State, No. 26 Washington.
OUT THIS WEEK: No. 17 Florida, No. 18 KSU, No. 20 Memphis, No. 21 Baylor, No. 26 Washington State.
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: December 19, 2010 8:46 pm
Edited on: December 20, 2010 12:24 am
 

Updated Top 25 (and one)

The Top 25 (and one) will be updated on the college basketball shortly

Here's how it will look:
  1. Duke (10-0)
  2. Ohio State (10-0)
  3. Connecticut (8-0)
  4. Kansas (10-0)
  5. Syracuse (11-0)
  6. San Diego State (12-0)
  7. Pittsburgh (11-1)
  8. Michigan State (8-3)
  9. Villanova (8-1)
  10. Georgetown (10-1)
  11. Missouri (10-1)
  12. Texas (9-2)
  13. Minnesota (10-1)
  14. Kentucky (8-2)
  15. Notre Dame (10-1)
  16. Central Florida (10-0)
  17. Florida (8-2)
  18. Kansas State (9-2)
  19. Tennessee (7-2)
  20. Memphis (8-1)
  21. Baylor (7-1)
  22. BYU (10-1)
  23. Purdue (10-1)
  24. Illinois (10-2)
  25. Wisconsin (8-2)
  26. Washington State (8-1)
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: December 12, 2010 7:55 pm
Edited on: December 12, 2010 7:57 pm
 

Updated Top 25 (and one)

The Top 25 (and one) will be updated on the college basketball page shortly.

Here's how it will look:
  1. Duke (10-0)
  2. Ohio State (8-0)
  3. Tennessee (7-0)
  4. Connecticut (8-0)
  5. Kansas (9-0)
  6. Kansas State (9-1)
  7. Syracuse (10-0)
  8. Baylor (6-0)
  9. San Diego State (10-0)
  10. Pittsburgh (10-1)
  11. Michigan State (7-3)
  12. BYU (10-0)
  13. Illinois (10-1)
  14. Villanova (8-1)
  15. Georgetown (9-1)
  16. Missouri (8-1)
  17. Minnesota (9-1)
  18. Memphis (7-1)
  19. Kentucky (7-2)
  20. Notre Dame (9-1)
  21. Louisville (8-0)
  22. UNLV (9-1)
  23. Purdue (9-1)
  24. Texas (7-2)
  25. Wisconsin (8-2)
  26. Washington State (7-1)
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: December 6, 2010 12:24 am
 

Updated Top 25 (and one)

The Top 25 (and one) will be updated on the college basketball page shortly.

Here's how it will look:
  1. Duke (8-0)
  2. Ohio State (6-0)
  3. Pittsburgh (9-0)
  4. Connecticut (7-0)
  5. Michigan State (6-2)
  6. Kansas State (7-1)
  7. Baylor (6-0)
  8. Kansas (7-0)
  9. San Diego State (8-0)
  10. Memphis (7-0)
  11. Tennessee (6-0)
  12. Georgetown (8-0)
  13. Illinois (8-1)
  14. Villanova (6-1)
  15. Syracuse (8-0)
  16. Missouri (6-1)
  17. Minnesota (7-1)
  18. BYU (8-0)
  19. UNLV (8-0)
  20. Notre Dame (8-0)
  21. Kentucky (5-2)
  22. Washington (5-2)
  23. Purdue (7-1)
  24. Texas (6-2)
  25. Gonzaga (4-3)
  26. Arizona (7-1)
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: November 28, 2010 11:08 pm
 

Updated Top 25 (and one)

The Top 25 (and one) will be updated on the college basketball page shortly.

Here's how it will look:
  1. Duke (6-0)
  2. Ohio State (5-0)
  3. Pittsburgh (7-0)
  4. Connecticut (5-0)
  5. Michigan State (5-1)
  6. Kansas State (5-1)
  7. Minnesota (6-0)
  8. Baylor (4-0)
  9. Kansas (6-0)
  10. Memphis (5-0)
  11. Texas (5-1)
  12. Kentucky (4-1)
  13. Tennessee (5-0)
  14. San Diego State (6-0)
  15. Illinois (6-1)
  16. Missouri (5-0)
  17. Villanova (5-1)
  18. West Virginia (4-1)
  19. Florida (5-1)
  20. Syracuse (6-0)
  21. Georgetown (6-0)
  22. BYU (6-0)
  23. UNLV (6-0)
  24. Notre Dame (7-0)
  25. Gonzaga (3-2)
  26. Washington (3-2)
Category: NCAAB
 
 
 
 
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