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Covering UNM Lobos and Mountain West Conference hoops and more2013-2014 Schedule/Results | Roster

Lobos remain in Top 20 of latest national rankings (view polls)

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UNM knocked off Air Force and lost at UNLV last week, dropping the Lobos to No. 19 in Monday’s Associated Press Top 25 poll.

In the USA Today Coaches poll the Lobos fell from No. 16 to No.18.

Fellow Mountain West team Colorado State is ranked for the first time this season, checking in at No. 24 in both the AP and coaches poll. San Diego State is ranked 22 in the coaches poll and received votes in the AP poll. UNLV received votes in both polls.

CLICK HERE to view how Journal staff writer Geoff Grammer’s AP Top 25 ballot looked Monday morning.

Here is a look at both polls:

Associated Press Top 25

The Feb. 11 AP Top 25 poll with record, total points and previous ranking:

    1. Indiana 21-3, 1,559 – 1 (26 first place votes)
    2. Duke 21-2, 1,515 – 4 (20 first place votes)
    3. Miami (Fla.) 19-3, 1,499 – 8 (17 first place votes)
    4. Michigan 21-3, 1,428 – 3
    5. Gonzaga 23-2, 1,371 – 6 (2 first place votes)
    6. Syracuse 20-3, 1,293 – 9
    7. Florida 19-3, 1,286 – 2
    8. Michigan State 20-4, 1,178 – 12
    9. Arizona 20-3, 1,062 – 7
    10. Kansas State 19-4, 1,012 – 13
    11. Butler 20-4, 943 – 14
    12. Louisville 19-5, 842 – 11
    13. Ohio State 17-6, 828 – 10
    14. Kansas 19-4, 823 – 5
    15. Georgetown 17-4, 679 – 20
    16. Pittsburgh 20-5, 591 – 23
    17. Oklahoma State 17-5, 587 – 22
    18. Marquette 17-5, 493 – 24
    19. New Mexico 20-4, 433 – 15
    20. Wisconsin 17-7, 305 – NR
    21. Notre Dame 19-5, 264 – 25
    22. Memphis 20-3, 193 – NR
    23. Oregon 19-5, 137 – 19
    24. Colorado State 19-4, 125 – NR
    25. Kentucky 17-6, 87 – NR
    Others receiving votes: Minnesota 70, Missouri 69, Cincinnati 68, St. Mary’s 62, Creighton 56, San Diego State 53, Louisiana Tech 43, VCU 35, Saint Louis 34, Illinois 26, N.C. State 24, Akron 12, UCLA 8, UNLV 6, Indiana State 5, Virginia 4, Wichita State 3, Belmont 2, Oklahoma 1, Ole Miss 1.



CLICK HERE to view Journal staff writer Geoff Grammer’s AP ballot submitted Monday morning.

USA Today Top 25 Coaches Poll

The Feb. 11 USA Today Coaches Top 25 poll with record, total points and previous ranking:

      1. Duke 21-2, 744 – 4 (18 first place votes)
      2. Indiana 21-3, 717 – 1 (6 first place votes)
      3. Gonzaga 23-2, 681 – 6 (1 first place votes)
      4. Miami (Fla.) 19-3, 674 – 11 (5 first place votes)
      5. Michigan 21-3, 663 – 3 (1 first place vote)
      6. Florida 19-3, 628 – 2
      7. Syracuse 20-3, 608 – 9
      8. Michigan State 20-4, 582 – 8
      9. Arizona 20-3, 491 – 7
      10. Butler 20-4, 460 – 14
      11. Kansas State 19-4, 455 – 15
      12. Louisville 19-5, 393 – 12
      13. Kansas 19-4, 364 – 5
      14. Ohio State 17-6, 353 – 10
      15. Georgetown 17-4, 329 – 21
      16. Oklahoma State 17-5, 259 – 24
      17. Pittsburgh 20-5, 246 – t25
      18. New Mexico 20-4, 203 – 16
      19. Wisconsin 17-7, 150 – NR
      20. Marquette 17-5, 144 – NR
      21. Notre Dame 19-5, 140 – NR
      22. San Diego State 18-5, 120 – t25
      23. Creighton 20-5, 102 – NR
      24. Colorado State 19-4, 79 – NR
      25. Memphis 20-3, 76 – NR
      Others receiving votes: Missouri 72, Oregon 63, VCU 63, Cincinnati 38, Minnesota 28, Kentucky 27, St. Mary’s 27, Louisiana Tech 18, Saint Louis 13, Middle Tennessee 11, Ole Miss 11, Illinois 10, Akron 9, UNLV 8, Wichita State 8, UCLA 3, Stephen F. Austin 2, Belmont 1, Oklahoma 1, Virginia 1.



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