There’s been a major shakeup in the Associated Press college basketball top 25 poll following all of the craziness that went down during the Thanksgiving Week tournaments.
Louisville is now the No. 1 team in the country, replacing Duke, which was upset in shocking fashion by Stephen F. Austin at Cameron Indoor Stadium last week.
Michigan was the highest riser of the week. The Wolverines, who won the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament in impressive fashion, have gone from unranked to No. 4 overall.
Kansas, Maryland and Virginia round out the top five.
Here’s the full poll, from the AP:
- Ohio State
- Michigan State
- Seton Hall
- Florida State
- Utah State
Several marquee games will take place this week, with the ACC-Big Ten Challenge tipping off. We’ll get North Carolina-Ohio State, Michigan-Louisville, Duke-Michigan State and Maryland-Notre Dame, among others.
Next week’s top 25 poll could feature a bunch of major changes, too.