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College Basketball Rankings November 25: Purdue Receives Votes

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A slow week with one game meant little movement.

NCAA Basketball: Purdue at Marquette Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

This might be the last week for a while where Purdue is out of the AP top 25. The Boilers could pick up a pair of wins this week as VCU and Tennessee are both in the top 25, with Florida State just barely out of it. If the Boilers win both games down in Florida this weekend a return to the top 25 next week seems likely. It also means our next three games could be against top 25 teams if we played Tennessee on Saturday:

  1. Duke (53) 1,610
  2. Louisville (7) 1,512
  3. Michigan State (4) 1,500
  4. Kansas 1,383
  5. Maryland 1,262
  6. North Carolina 1,260
  7. Virginia (1) 1,232
  8. Gonzaga 1,222
  9. Kentucky 1,090
  10. Ohio State 1,033
  11. Oregon 1,006
  12. Texas Tech 933
  13. Seton Hall 866
  14. Arizona 716
  15. Utah State 702
  16. Memphis 587
  17. Tennessee 490
  18. Auburn 488
  19. Baylor 450
  20. VCU 426
  21. Colorado 290
  22. Villanova 247
  23. Washington 228
  24. Florida 148
  25. Xavier 139

Others receiving votes: Florida St. 137, Saint Mary’s (Cal) 22, Oklahoma 22, Butler 21, LSU 19, Texas 16, Arkansas 13, Michigan 12, Penn St. 10, Purdue 10, Liberty 6, Wisconsin 4, Missouri 3, Cincinnati 3, Vermont 2, San Diego St. 2, Dayton 1, Mississippi St. 1, Georgetown 1.

Here is the coaches poll:

  1. Duke (27) 766
  2. Louisville (1) 728
  3. Michigan State (1) 689
  4. North Carolina 640
  5. Kansas 637
  6. Virginia 628
  7. Gonzaga 576
  8. Maryland (1) 572
  9. Ohio State 524
  10. Oregon 471
  11. Kentucky 454
  12. Texas Tech 430
  13. Seton Hall 378
  14. Arizona 365
  15. Utah State 296
  16. Tennessee 276
  17. Auburn 255
  18. Baylor 223
  19. VCU 213
  20. Memphis 163
  21. Villanova 147
  22. Washington 108
  23. Xavier 96
  24. Colorado 76
  25. Florida 71

Others Receiving Votes: Oklahoma 53; Purdue 42; Texas 32; Florida State 30; Michigan 24; St. Mary’s 16; Penn St. 15; Kansas State 15; Butler 14; Arkansas 12; Louisiana State 10; Creighton 9; Dayton 7; Wisconsin 6; Wichita St. 2; Cincinnati 2; West Virginia 1; Tulane 1; Indiana 1; DePaul 1.