College basketball rankings: Indiana, Duke top USA Today poll

Debby Wong-US PRESSWIRE

The Indiana Hoosiers and the Duke Blue Devils are at the top of the USA Today Coaches' Poll. Who had the biggest rises in the poll and the biggest falls?

The Indiana Hoosiers remain the top-ranked team in college basketball, according to the USA Today Coaches' Poll. The Hoosiers received 27 out of 31 first-place votes to stay No. 1, but the Duke Blue Devils rose four spots to No. 2, receiving the remaining four first place votes. The Michigan Wolverines rank No. 3, the Ohio St. Buckeyes rank No. 4 and the Syracuse Orange round out the top five.

The Michigan St. Spartans and the Oklahoma St. Cowboys both rose five spots in this week's rankings, the Spartans now at No. 14 and the Cowboys at No. 17, making them the biggest risers in the rankings this week. The UCLA Bruins were ranked No. 13 last week, but tumbled all the way to No. 24.

The No. 19 Colorado Buffaloes, No. 22 Illinois Fighting Illini, No. 23 New Mexico Lobos and the No. 25 Georgetown Hoyas all broke into the top 25 while the Memphis Tigers, Baylor Bears, Connecticut Huskies and Wisconsin Badgers all fell out of the top 25:



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