Still waiting to see the official poll, but Indiana has maintained the No. 1 ranking in the AP poll despite Thursday’s loss at Illinois. Duke, Miami, Michigan and Gonzaga round out the top five. More to come.
UPDATE: The entire AP poll is linked here. Voters were very split on who they believed deserved the No. 1 spot. Indiana got 26 first-place votes. Duke had 20, Miami had 17 and Gonzaga 2.
Michigan State jumped to No. 8 in the poll and Ohio State fell to No. 13. Minnesota fell out of the poll, but Wisconsin checked in at No. 20 to maintain five Top 25 teams for the Big Ten.
UPDATE: Indiana is No. 2 behind Duke in the USA Today Coaches’ poll. The Blue Devils got 18 first-place votes to the Hoosiers’ six. Gonzaga is No. 3 followed by Miami and Michigan. Michigan State is No. 8, Ohio State No. 13 and Wisconsin No. 19.
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