Michigan surges while Michigan State drops out of latest AP Top 25 poll

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It’s a tale of two opposites with the latest release of the AP Top 25 College Basketball poll.

The surging Michigan Wolverines now occupy the No. 7 spot on the poll following two straight wins of at least 19 points, including a 25 pt. destruction of the Minnesota Golden Gophers.

Meanwhile, the Michigan State Spartans is nowhere to be found on the list on the heels of a shocking loss to Purdue that saw the Boilermakers overcome a massive halftime deficit to wrestle victory away from the jaws of defeat. It’s just the third time since 2017-18 that MSU has been absent from the Poll.

Spartans coach Tom Izzo would describe the loss as one of the most disappointing of his coaching career.

Take a look at the full list:

1. Gonzaga (63) 12-0

2. Baylor (1) 11-0

3. Villanova 8-1

4. Texas 10-1

5. Iowa 11-2

6. Kansas 10-2

7. Michigan 10-0

8. Creighton 10-2

9. Wisconsin 10-2

10. Tennessee 9-1

11. Houston 10-1

12. Clemson 9-1

13. West Virginia 9-4

14. Illinois 9-4

15. Texas Tech 10-3

16. Louisville 8-1

17. Missouri 7-2

18. Virginia 7-2

19. Duke 5-2

20. Virginia Tech 9-2

21. Ohio St. 9-3

22. Oregon 9-2

23. Minnesota 10-4

24. Saint Louis 7-1

25. UConn 6-1

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