College Basketball Rankings, Week 7: Pitt Holds Steady In AP Poll

The Panthers are still at No. 15 in the AP Poll.

Here are this week's AP college basketball rankings. Pitt holds steady at No. 15 after a finals week which saw the Panthers beat only South Carolina State. (The week also saw the loss of freshman standout Khem Birch, which won't help the Panthers later.) The Big East is also represented this week by Syracuse in the top spot, Louisville at No. 4, UConn (No. 8), Marquette (No. 10) and Georgetown (No. 16). Penn State's Big Ten, meanwhile, has Ohio State (No. 2), Wisconsin (No. 13), Indiana (No. 17), Michigan State (No. 19), Michigan (No. 20) and Illinois (No. 25). It was a quiet week in general, as the only top team whose ranking changed much was Xavier, which fell several spots after losing to Oral Roberts on Sunday.

1. Syracuse
2. Ohio State
3. Kentucky
4. Louisville
5. North Carolina
6. Baylor
7. Duke
8. Connecticut
9. Missouri
10. Marquette
11. Florida
12. Kansas
13. Wisconsin
14. Xavier
15. Pittsburgh
16. Georgetown
17. Indiana
18. Mississippi State
19. Michigan State
20. Michigan
21. UNLV
22. Murray State
23. Creighton
24. Virginia
25. Illinois

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