NCAA Basketball Rankings – 2/6/2012
Rankings as of 11:05am on 2/6/2012. Sagarin Ratings for games though 2/5/2012. AP Poll as of 1/30/2012. (It’s 11:11 am on Monday and the AP poll isn’t out yet. What takes these guys so long?)
Previous rankings are here.
Two new teams this week: Murray St. and New Mexico. Murray St. is in the SITW top 25 for the first time this season, whereas New Mexico has been bouncing in and out all season. Murray St. finally gets into the top 25 at 23-0. It takes a lot to crack the top 25 when you’re playing in the Ohio Valley Conference.
Vanderbilt and Gonzaga drop out of the top 25. Vanderbilt falls out after losing both of it’s games this week (at Arkansas and at Florida) and Gonzaga drops out after a loss to BYU.
(Note: The Missouri Valley Conference will now be represented by red. In order for the Pac-12 to earn back their color, they will need to get a team in the top 25 and have all the MVC teams fall out of the top 25. Until that happens, Pac-12 teams will be listed in the “other” category.)
Breakdown by conference: 3, 4, 6, 3,
0, 2, 3, 2, 2
ACC Big East Big Ten Big 12
Pac 12 SEC MWC MVC Other
|San Diego St.||14||↑2||20-3||17||47|
26-35: Southern Miss, Mississippi St., Gonzaga, Florida St., UConn, Vanderbilt, Iowa St., Alabama, Temple, Minnesota
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