The Big Ten will likely keep five teams in the top-25 – more than any other conference – for the rest of season – but where the teams stack will be the fun part to watch. This week they shifted around quite a bit.

For the first time this year, Michigan State jumped on top of Ohio State, which fell two spots again after dropping three the previous week. Michigan took over the third-place spot from Wisconsin. Indiana keeps losing, but is keeping a hold on the standings due to big early wins.


1.      Kentucky (26-1)
2.      Syracuse (27-1)
3.      Missouri (25-2)
4.      Kansas (22-5)
5.      Duke (23-4)
6.      Michigan State (22-5)
7.      North Carolina (23-4)
8.      Ohio State (22-5)
9.      Georgetown (20-5)
10.     Marquette (22-5)
11.     Michigan (20-7)
12.     Florida (21-6)
13.     Baylor (22-5)
14.     Murray State (26-1)
15.     Florida State (19-7)
16.     Wisconsin (20-7)
17.     Louisville (21-6)
18.     New Mexico (22-4)
19.     Wichita State (24-4)
20.     Notre Dame (19-8)
21.     UNLV (22-6)
22.     Temple (21-5)
23.     Indiana (20-7)
24.     San Diego State (20-6)
25.     Virginia (20-6)
 

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