North Carolina, with UNC, Duke, NC State, Wake Forest and more, tops our list of which states have the top programs with a chance to succeed over the next five years.
The biggest teams: Kentucky, North Carolina, Duke, Kansas, Michigan State. The list goes on. They're all playing in something major in college hoops this November.
For all the reasons cited for college basketball's lack of scoring and excitement, the one you don't hear about is the actual coaching.
The top eight teams remain the same this week and no new teams enter the Associated Press poll this week.
Kansas picked up a huge road win against Texas, Kentucky stayed unbeaten, Georgetown hung on against Marquette, and Iowa may have lost Aaron White. It's been a busy Saturday, so come on in and see what's happening.
A major shakeup in the AP Poll sees VCU re-enter the poll along with newcomers Seton Hall and Old Dominion
Georgetown enters the poll after a slight shakeup throughout the rest of the rankings.
Kentucky is still your unanimous No. 1 overall team. Also, Baylor, TCU, Northern Iowa and Colorado State enter the poll.
Wisconsin faces its first road test outside of its home state when it travels to Cal to face the Golden Bears on Monday night.
Only one new team enters the poll this week, as Northern Iowa drops from the rankings.

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