The 2013 college basketball rankings have been in continuous flux due to upsets. The Week 14 AP Top 25 will be no exception, as the upsets even continued into Saturday (Feb. 9). The scoreboard from Saturday showed No. 3 Michigan losing to Wisconsin, No. 5 Kansas losing to Oklahoma, and No. 11 Louisville losing to Notre Dame.
Those weren't the only upsets, though, as No. 15 New Mexico lost UNLV, No. 16 Creighton lost to Illinois State, and No 17 Cincinnati lost to Pittsburgh. It was certainly a crazy week that began with several of the top teams losing and should lead to a lot of shifting in the Week 15 college basketball rankings when they come out Monday (Feb. 11).
To wrap up what has happened so far this week, the top three teams all lost, No. 5 Kansas lost twice, and nine other AP Top 25 teams fell. This truly is turning into a season where there are no favorites emerging from the ranks, which could end up creating one of the most dynamic fields of teams an NCAA Tournament has ever seen.
This could be the week that No. 6 Gonzaga (21-2) and No. 7 Arizona (19-2) make big moves in the rankings. Only Duke (19-2) has a better record above them and the Blue Devils have to play a tough Boston College team on Sunday (Feb. 10). This could lead to the highest ranking that Gonzaga University has had if the voters reward them for some very strong play recently.
Stay tuned fans, because the 2013 college basketball rankings are about to be shaken up again.
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