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Marquette ranked No. 4 and Indiana State back in AP Top 25 for first time since Larry Bird era in college basketball

In the AP Top 25 men’s college basketball poll, UConn and Purdue remained at No. 1 and No. 2 for a fifth week. However, 17 ranked teams took at least one loss, leading to a shakeup in the rankings. Marquette rose up three spots to No. 4, while Iowa State moved up four spots to No. 10. Both teams took advantage of the losses suffered by other top-ranked teams, including Kansas, North Carolina, and Tennessee.

Meanwhile, Arizona made a move up three spots to rejoin the top five in the AP poll after winning seven of their last eight games in Pac-12 play, one game ahead in the conference regular-season race. Indiana State also appeared in the rankings for the first time since the late 1970s, listed at No. 23 after wins over Valpo and Missouri State.

In addition to these top-ranked teams and newcomers, several other schools received votes in the AP Top 25 this week include Utah St., Colorado St., Texas Tech, and San Diego St. Houston ranks at No. 3 in the poll after taking down Duke on Sunday night with a final score of 85-68. Meanwhile, Marquette has been impressive so far this season with their strong play both offensively and defensively on their way to climb up to number four spot this week

By Editor

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