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College Basketball Rankings: Pitt Still No. 14 In Coaches Poll

Pitt's status remains the same this week.

NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 10: Lamar Patterson #21 of the Pittsburgh Panthers dribbles past Markel Brown #22 of the Oklahoma State Cowboys at Madison Square Garden on December 10, 2011 in New York City.  (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 10: Lamar Patterson #21 of the Pittsburgh Panthers dribbles past Markel Brown #22 of the Oklahoma State Cowboys at Madison Square Garden on December 10, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images)
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The new college basketball Coaches Poll is out, and Pitt's status remains unchanged - the Panthers are still ranked No. 14 in the country after beating VMI and Oklahoma State this week to go to 9-1 on the season.

Other Big East representatives include Syracuse (No. 1), Louisville (No. 4), UConn (No. 10), Marquette (No. 11) and Georgetown (No. 17). The Big Ten is represented by Ohio State (No. 2), Wisconsin (No. 15), Michigan (No. 18), Illinois (No. 19), Indiana (No. 20), and Michigan State (No. 23).

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

Pitt's only opponent this week is South Carolina State, which it plays at 6:00 PM on Saturday. The Panthers have not yet played a ranked team and may not do so until January 14, when they face Marquette.

For more on Pitt basketball check out Cardiac Hill. SB Nation has a blog for every team.

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