Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Mountaineers Enter AP, Coaches Polls

Bob Huggins and his West Virginia University basketball team took care of business over the weekend, and the team has been rewarded with rankings in both the AP and Coaches Polls.

WVU enters the AP Poll at No. 21, while sitting No. 24 in the Coaches Poll.

Here is the full Top 25 for both polls.

 

AP Top 25 Poll

(first-place votes in parentheses)

1. Kentucky (62)
2. Arizona
2. Wisconsin (3)
4. Duke
5. North Carolina
6. Louisville
7. Texas
8. Virginia
9. Wichita St.
10. Gonzaga
11. Kansas
12. Villanova
13. Iowa St.
14. VCU
15. San Diego St.
16. Ohio St.
17. Miami
18. Florida
19. Michigan
20. Michigan St.
21. West Virginia
22. UCLA
23. Creighton
24. UConn
25. Arkansas
Others receiving votes: Oklahoma 109, Stanford 80, Providence 63, Utah 38, Minnesota 21, N. Iowa 17, Rhode Island 16, Syracuse 15, Oklahoma St. 14, Georgetown 10, Memphis 10, Baylor 7, Indiana 6, California 5, Illinois 5, Nebraska 5, Cincinnati 4, NC State 4, Wyoming 4, Dayton 3, Maryland 3, UTEP 3, BYU 2, Northeastern 1, Xavier 1.

 

Coaches Poll TOP 25 TEAMS, WEEK 3

RANK TEAM RECORD POINTS 1st Place Votes Prev CHANGE Hi/Low
1 Kentucky 5-0 796 29 1 0 1/1
2 Duke 5-0 733 0 3 1 3/3
3 Wisconsin 4-0 726 2 4 1 4/4
4 Arizona 3-0 723 1 2 -2 2/2
5 Louisville 3-0 622 0 8 3 8/9
6 North Carolina 3-0 617 0 6 0 6/6
7 Virginia 4-0 585 0 9 2 8/9
8 Gonzaga 4-0 558 0 11 3 11/13
9 Texas 4-0 541 0 10 1 10/10
10 Wichita State 3-0 491 0 13 3 11/13
11 Villanova 3-0 469 0 12 1 12/12
12 Kansas 1-1 458 0 5 -7 5/5
13 Iowa St. 2-0 378 0 14 1 14/14
14 Virginia Commonwealth 3-0 369 0 15 1 15/16
15 San Diego State 3-0 348 0 16 1 16/17
16 Florida 2-1 303 0 7 -9 7/7
17 Ohio State 3-0 281 0 20 3 20/20
18 Michigan 3-0 265 0 22 4 22/23
19 Michigan State 2-1 238 0 19 0 18/19
20 Miami 5-0 160 0 46 26
21 Oklahoma 2-1 114 0 18 -3 18/19
22 Connecticut 3-1 112 0 17 -5 15/17
23 UCLA 4-0 93 0 29 6
24 West Virginia 5-0 81 0 NR 0
25 Providence 5-0 47 0 NR 0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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