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Gonzaga Continues Climb Up Polls

The Gonzaga Bulldogs continue to win, and as a result climb up the national rankings. Gonzaga moves up two spots in this week's Associated Press Poll, now ranked third in the nation.  They remain third in the USA Today Coaches Poll, picking up three first place votes.  The Bulldogs received two first place votes in the AP.  Indiana is first in both polls, followed by Miami then Gonzaga.  This ties the highest AP ranking the 'Zags have ever received, matching the final two polls of  the 2004 season.

The Bulldogs (25-2) remain unbeaten in the West Coast Conference and host Santa Clara this Wednesday followed by San Diego on Saturday.  You can see Saturday's game live on SWX and KHQ starting at 4pm.



AP Top 25 - for week of Feb. 18, 2013
1 Indiana (43) 23-3 1,597
2 Miami (FL) (20) 21-3 1,571
3 Gonzaga (2) 25-2 1,428
4 Michigan State 22-4 1,416
5 Florida 21-3 1,387
6 Duke 22-3 1,308
7 Michigan 22-4 1,264
8 Syracuse 21-4 1,125
9 Kansas 21-4 1,077
10 Louisville 21-5 1,011
11 Georgetown 19-4 952
12 Arizona 21-4 924
13 Kansas State 20-5 848
14 Oklahoma State 19-5 786
15 Butler 21-5 659
16 New Mexico 22-4 654
17 Marquette 18-6 524
18 Ohio State 18-7 458
19 Wisconsin 18-8 406
20 Pittsburgh 20-6 370
21 Memphis 22-3 362
22 Colorado State 21-4 307
23 Oregon 21-5 216
24 Virginia Commonwealth 21-5 123
25 Notre Dame 20-6 79
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