The AP top 25 college basketball rankings for Week 14 have been released.
Once again, there is a new team at the top of the rankings. No. 1 Indiana knocked off No. 3 Michigan (previous No. 1) to take over the vaunted position on top.
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No. 2 Florida moved up two spots after another dominating performance against a league opponent, knocking off then-No. 16 Ole Miss, 78-64.
The top five is rounded out by No. 4 Duke, who moved up one spot, and No. 5 Kansas, who fell three spots after their loss to Oklahoma State.
No. 8 Miami made a huge jump into the top ten, from No. 14 a week ago.
Four teams fell from the rankings, including: Wichita State, Ole Miss, North Carolina State, and San Diego State. No. 20 Georgetown, No. 22 Oklahoma State, No. 23 Pittsburgh, and No. 25 Notre Dame replaced the fallen teams.
Following is the complete top 25 (via ESPN):
- Others receiving votes: Ole Miss 75, North Carolina State 64, Colorado State 49, Wichita State 49, Memphis 44, Wisconsin 28, Saint Mary’s 27, Louisiana Tech 24, Kentucky 21, San Diego State 17, UNLV 13, UCLA 8, Saint Louis 8, Virginia Commonwealth 8, Virginia 4, Akron 4, Connecticut 2, Belmont 1
- Dropped from rankings: Wichita State 15, Ole Miss 16, North Carolina State 19, San Diego State 22