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College Basketball Rankings: February 25

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After a pair of tier 1 road wins Purdue moves up.

NCAA Basketball: Purdue at Nebraska Bruce Thorson-USA TODAY Sports

Tuesday night’s win at Indiana was brutally ugly. Saturday’s win at Nebraska was better, but Carsen Edwards continues to struggle. Still, winning is winning. The Boilers went on the road twice last week and came away with a pair of victories that are on tier 1 for the NET rankings. That means we moved up in the AP Poll.

  1. Gonzaga (44) 1,569
  2. Virginia (15) 1,513
  3. Duke (3) 1,502
  4. Kentucky (2) 1,418
  5. North Carolina 1,326
  6. Michigan State 1,232
  7. Tennessee 1,190
  8. Houston 1,145
  9. Michigan 1,057
  10. Marquette 1,019
  11. Texas Tech 938
  12. Nevada 883
  13. LSU 836
  14. Purdue 820
  15. Kansas 580
  16. Kansas State 559
  17. Maryland 549
  18. Florida State 501
  19. Wisconsin 466
  20. Virginia Tech 392
  21. Buffalo 288
  22. Iowa 278
  23. Cincinnati 263
  24. Wofford 112
  25. Washington 92

Officially Purdue moved up one spot to 14th. We’re also very close to LSU and Nevada for two more spots.

Here is the coaches’ poll

  1. Gonzaga (26) 792
  2. Duke 733
  3. Virginia (2) 733
  4. Kentucky 726
  5. North Carolina 657
  6. Houston 600
  7. Tennessee 586
  8. Michigan State 582
  9. Marquette 526
  10. Michigan 498
  11. Texas Tech 454
  12. Purdue 445
  13. Nevada 425
  14. LSU 382
  15. Kansas State 291
  16. Kansas 269
  17. Florida State 266
  18. Wisconsin 223
  19. Virginia Tech 206
  20. Maryland 204
  21. Iowa 189
  22. Cincinnati 173
  23. Buffalo 138
  24. Louisville 71
  25. Wofford AND Washington 50