Michigan rises, Michigan State still out in latest AP College Basketball Top 25 Poll

The Michigan Wolverines basketball team is off to a 2-0 start on the season and because of their efforts, they have been rewarded in the latest AP College Basketball Top 25 poll.

As you can see below, Michigan moved up from No. 6 to No. 4 in the latest poll. The Michigan State Spartans are still on the outside looking in after a 1-1 opening week.

From Associated Press:

Gonzaga, UCLA and Kansas held the top three spots in The Associated Press’ first Top 25 rankings of the regular season while Michigan climbed two spots to No. 4.

The Bulldogs received 55 first-place votes from a 61-person media panel in the poll released Monday after a win over Texas. The No. 2 Bruins had six first-place votes after beating Villanova and the Jayhawks were third following a win over Michigan State.

Villanova dropped a spot to No. 5. Purdue, Duke, Texas, reigning national champion Baylor and Illinois rounded out the top 10.

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