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Zags Move Up to No. 17

© Gonzaga moved up to No. 17 after blowout wins against West Virginia and South Dakota (Photo: SWX) © Gonzaga moved up to No. 17 after blowout wins against West Virginia and South Dakota (Photo: SWX)

The Zags (3-0) worked their way through a pair of blowout wins last week. They beat West Virginia 84-50, and then followed that up with a 96-58 win over South Dakota on Sunday.

Indians is still the No. 1 team on the poll and Louisville is second. Kentucky dropped to No. 8, with Ohio State and Michigan moving up. Duke moved from No. 9 to No. 5.

Coach Mark Few and the crew are headed to Florida this week for a Thanksgiving game against Clemson in the first round of the Old Spice Classic. The winner of that game will play either UTEP or Oklahoma in the second round on Friday. The championship game is on Sunday.

Other first-round games on Thursday include: West Virginia vs. Marist; Vanderbilt vs. Davidson; and UTEP vs. Oklahoma.

 

 

 

 

AP Top 25
RK TEAM RECORD PTS
1 Indiana (46) 3-0 1,602
2 Louisville (19) 3-0 1,579
3 Ohio State 3-0 1,404
4 Michigan 3-0 1,388
5 Duke 3-0 1,372
6 Syracuse 2-0 1,291
7 Florida 3-0 1,203
8 Kentucky 2-1 1,166
9 North Carolina 3-0 1,064
10 Arizona 2-0 983
11 UCLA 3-0 845
12 Kansas 2-1 797
13 Missouri 3-0 794
14 Creighton 3-0 721
15 Michigan State 2-1 692
16 North Carolina State 3-1 600
17 Gonzaga 3-0 559
18 UNLV 2-0 556
19 Memphis 2-0 548
20 Oklahoma State 4-0 449
21 Connecticut 4-0 321
22 Cincinnati 3-0 265
23 Colorado 4-0 237
24 Baylor 4-1 202
25 San Diego State 2-1 98
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