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College Basketball Rankings November 11: Purdue Falls Out of Top 25

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A home loss means no top 25.

NCAA Basketball: Texas at Purdue Sandra Dukes-USA TODAY Sports

Purdue will have to earn its way back into the top 25 after Saturday’s four-point home loss to Texas. The Longhorns didn’t quit take Purdue’s spot, but the Boilers did fall into the dreaded “Others Receiving Votes” category.

  1. Kentucky (64) 1,622
  2. Duke 1,538
  3. Michigan State 1,451
  4. Louisville (1) 1,425
  5. Kansas 1,354
  6. North Carolina 1,187
  7. Maryland 1,166
  8. Gonzaga 1,136
  9. Virginia 1,134
  10. Villanova 1,064
  11. Texas Tech 888
  12. Seton Hall 869
  13. Memphis 828
  14. Oregon 804
  15. Florida 616
  16. Ohio State 544
  17. Utah State 507
  18. St. Mary’s 438
  19. Arizona 415
  20. Washington 373
  21. Xavier 370
  22. Auburn 247
  23. LSU 237
  24. Baylor 179
  25. Colorado 151

Others Receiving Votes: VCU 137, Florida St. 112, Texas 95, Marquette 67, Tennessee 49, Providence 23, Purdue 21, Houston 18, Utah 14, Missouri 13, Arkansas 11, Mississippi St. 9, Georgetown 4, Liberty 3, San Diego St. 2, Creighton 1, Dayton 1, Northeastern 1, Vermont 1.

Florida State impressed with a road win at Florida, as did Texas at Purdue. As you can see, Purdue has plenty of chances for big non-conference wins starting at Marquette on Wednesday night.