ESPN’s Basketball Power Index top 25 poll has updated after one of the craziest Saturdays of the year in the college basketball world.
With just a couple of weeks remaining in the regular season, we had one of our wildest days of the 2019-20 season on Saturday. Several of the country’s highest-ranked teams went down, opening the door for a major NCAA Tournament seeding shakeup.
Three of the nation’s top four teams lost on Saturday, as No. 1 Baylor lost to No. 3 Kansas, No. 2 Gonzaga fell to No. 23 BYU and No. 4 San Diego State fell to unranked UNLV. This all comes a couple of days after No. 6 Duke was blown out by N.C. State.
ESPN’s Basketball Power Index has updated following Saturday’s crazy slate of games. Coach K’s team remains the No. 1 team in the country, according to the computer model.
Here’s the full top 25:
- Michigan State
- San Diego State
- West Virginia
- Ohio State
- Texas Tech
- Florida State
- Penn State
- Seton Hall
We’re now less than a month away from Selection Sunday. There could be some turnover on the No. 1 seed line thanks to Saturday’s upsets.
Maryland, the No. 7 team in the country, could move up to the top line. The Terrapins need to win at Ohio State today in order to make that happen, though.
You can view ESPN’s full computer rankings here.