AP College Basketball Poll 2012: Complete Week 4 Standings Released
For the fourth straight week of this college basketball season, the Indiana Hoosiers sit atop the AP Top 25 Poll.
Indiana has looked great so far, though it has only been tested once. Georgetown is the best win on the Hoosiers' resume, and their other wins have come against teams they should beat handily.
This will be the biggest week for the Hoosiers so far, specifically on Tuesday, when they take on North Carolina in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge.
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There is a changing of the guard at the No. 2 spot, as the Louisville Cardinals, who held that position since the start of the season, dropped a great game on Saturday night against Duke. Rick Pitino remains haunted by Mike Krzyzewski.
The Blue Devils, meanwhile, have put together an impressive resume through the first two weeks of game action. They are 6-0 right now, with wins over Kentucky and Louisville at neutral-site locations. They will have another huge game later this week when they take on Ohio State on Wednesday night.
The biggest loser from last week had to be the UCLA Bruins. Things started off looking good, as they found out that star recruit Shabazz Muhammad was eligible to play after missing the first three games of the season due to an investigation into his recruitment.
But UCLA went just 1-2 with Muhammad in the lineup, losing to both Georgetown and Cal Poly. The Bruins boast a strong collection of young talent, but they struggle to put the ball in the hoop on a consistent basis.
Here are the AP Top 25 Rankings for the week of Nov. 26 through Dec. 2.
|AP TOP 25 RANKINGS|
|4. Ohio State|
|13. Michigan State|
|14. North Carolina|
|15. Oklahoma State|
|18. N.C. State|
|23. San Diego State|
|25. New Mexico|
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