Big 12 champs KU, K-State take a tumble in the polls

03/13/2013 9:47 AM

05/16/2014 9:27 PM

Kansas and Kansas State finished the regular season as co-Big 12 champions, but both dropped in The Associated Press poll. The Jayhawks dropped three spots to No. 7, and the Wildcats fell two spots to No. 11. That happened because both teams lost on Saturday, the day they clinched the titles, Kansas fell at Baylor and K-State at Oklahoma State. The Cowboys are ranked No. 14. Florida, which finished first in the Southeastern Conference, fell from 11th to 13th after losing at Kentucky on Saturday. Missouri didn't receive a vote in this week's AP poll. In the USA Today coaches poll, Kansas is No. 6, Kansas State 12th and Oklahoma State 15th. Florida is 11th and Missouri received votes. The final AP poll will be released next week, after the conference tournaments are concluded. The final coaches poll is announced after the national championship game.  

AP Top 25

1. Gonzaga (54 first-place votes)

2. Duke (11)

3. Indiana

4. Louisville

5. Georgetown

6. Michigan

7. Kansas

8. Michigan State

9. Miami, Fla.

10. Ohio State

11. Kansas State

12. Marquette

13. Florida

14. Oklahoma State

15. New Mexico

16. Saint Louis

17. Pittsburgh

18. Arizona

19. Syracuse

20. Memphis

21. UCLA
22. Wisconsin

23. Creighton

24. Notre Dame

25. VCU

Others receiving votes: Saint Mary’s (Calif.), Butler, North Carolina, Colorado State, Temple, Belmont, UNLV, Wichita State, Kentucky,Oregon, Valparaiso, Villanova.

 

 

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