There’s only one No. 1 team in the country, as the selection committee made clear in picking Kentucky as the overall top seed in the NCAA tournament just a few hours after the Wildcats were […]
Missouri, which lost twice last week, dropped four spots to seventh and was followed by Marquette, Baylor and Ohio State.
Mizzou sits one spot ahead of the Kansas Jayhawks in the rankings for another week. The two rivals face each other, potentially for the last time, on Saturday with the conference regular season championship on the line.
Sunday’s announcement that Pitt and Syracuse are leaving Big East for ACC stirs up more speculation.
A look at the four unbeaten and two winless teams remaining in Division I (through Wednesday, Jan. 12)
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