NCAA Basketball Rankings – 1/9/2012

Rankings as of 12:02am on 1/9/2012.  Sagarin Ratings for games though 1/8/2012.  AP Poll as of 1/9/2012.

Previous rankings are here.

Three new teams enter the rankings: Virginia, Alabama, and Creighton.  They replace New Mexico, Minnesota, and Marquette.  The biggest movers up were Kansas and Kentucky who moved up 12 spots to 12 and up 9 spots to 10, respectively.  UConn and Wisconsin both fall 12 spots to 19 and 25, respectively.  UConn is coming off back-to-back losses for the first time this year, and Wisconsin is in the midst of a three game losing streak.

Breakdown by conference: 3, 5, 8, 4, 0, 2, 2, 1

ACC Big East Big Ten Big 12 Pac 12 SEC MWC Other

Team Rank Change Record AP Sagarin
Syracuse 1 17-0 1
Indiana 2 ↑1 14-1 4
Baylor 3 ↓1 15-0 9
Ohio St. 4 ↑2 15-2 3
Michigan St. 5 ↓1 14-2 5
Illinois 6 ↑4 14-3 33 35 
Duke 7 ↓2 13-2
Michigan 8 12-3 13  27 
Seton Hall 9 ↑6 14-2 24  25
Kentucky 10 ↑9 15-1 2
Missouri 11 ↓2 14-1 10
Kansas 12 ↑12 12-3 10  6
Georgetown 13 ↑1 13-2 11  11 
Purdue 14 ↑4 13-4 NR  30 
North Carolina 15 ↑5 14-2
Virginia 16 NR 14-1 16  26 
UNLV 17 ↓1 16-2 12  12
Northwestern 18 ↓7 11-4 NR 50 
UConn 19 ↓12 12-3 17 40
Kansas St. 20 ↓3 12-2 18 13 
Alabama 21 NR 12-3 27 14 
Louisville 22 13-3 14  22
Creighton 23 NR 13-2 23  20
San Diego St. 24 ↓3 13-2 22 34
Wisconsin 25 ↓12 12-4 26  18

BCS: My offer still stands…….if you want to contact me you can send me a tweet @StatsInTheWild.

Cheers.

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Posted on January 9, 2012, in Basketball, College, College Basketball, NCAA, Sports. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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