College Basketball Rankings Shook Up Over the Weekend

The AP top 25 college basketball teams was shook up big time after a big weekend of college basketball.  Both Indiana and Louisville have fell out of the top three and have been replaced by two teams that are now considered superior to the Hoosiers and Cardinals.

Louisville was sitting comfortably at the top of the AP poll prior to the weekend.  They, however, suffered a loss to Syracuse over the weekend leading them to drop four spots to number five.    Syracuse went into the game at number seven and are now among the top three teams in the nation.

Duke scored a huge victory over Georgia Tech over the weekend and now find themselves as the number one team in the nation.  Michigan moved up the polls three spots after beating the number 12 ranked Minnesota.  Kansas finishes up the top three moving up one spot with their defeat of Baylor.

Indiana was the other big move in the polls.  The Hoosiers dropped a whopping five spots after losing to the unranked Wisconsin.  Indiana’s drop was the biggest fall in the updated polls.

Butler also made a big move in the AP Poll going from 13 to 9.  Butler defeated Gonzaga  with a buzzer beater to move up three spots.  They got the win without star shooter Rotnei Clarke.

Notre Dame and Missouri both dropped far down the rankings after losses.  They now barley cling to the top 25.  Both Marquette and Wisconsin are on the fringe of securing a spot in the top 25.

This rankings shake up will likely have an impact on both future odds to win the NCAA Championship and upcoming betting lines.  Keep your eyes open for updated odds very soon.

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