One AP voter has Memphis in the top 16 and Wisconsin outside of the top eight. Both of those things are way wrong.
The Hawkeyes have lost five of their past six games. Still, they're getting votes on two AP ballots.
Texas has better wins than Kentucky and fewer bad losses than Kentucky. But that doesn't matter to voters this week, for some reason.
Seth Davis has Iowa State too low on his ballot. But there's somebody else who has Iowa State lower.
Kansas, Syracuse and Arizona are the only schools in the country with more top-50 RPI wins than Iowa State. And yet the Cyclones are 17th in one poll and 19th in the other. That just doesn't make much sense.
Michigan is in the top 25 of every human poll and computer ranking available. But one AP voter still left the Wolverines off of his ballot, for some reason.
Jeff Faraudo ranked Louisville eighth on his ballot last week. Then Louisville lost at home to Memphis, and now he's ranking Louisville sixth. Why? I have no idea. But he's doing it. Hand to heart, that's what he's doing.
Why is anybody still ranking UConn? And why is San Diego State behind Duke in the coaches poll?
Louisville has two losses and no good wins. So why are the Cards still ranked third on two AP ballots? I have the answer.
How can you rank Oklahoma but not Kansas? I have no idea. But one dude did it, and he's featured in the Poll Attacks.

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