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Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Keegan’s top 25

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Most of the teams in KU's neighborhood in the poll lost as well last week, so the Jayhawks didn't drop as far as they otherwise would have. Elsewhere, the most mystifyingly underachieving team in the nation, Michigan State, is 7-7 in the Big Ten, 2-6 on the road, and a loss from vanishing from the Top 25. Shannon Brown, Maurice Ager and Paul Davis are big-time talents. Why nine losses?

1. Duke 27-1

2. UConn 25-2

3. Memphis 26-2

4. Villanova 22-3

5. Texas 24-4

6. Gonzaga 24-3

7. Ohio State 21-4

8. Pittsburgh 21-4

9. George Washington 24-1

10. Tennessee 20-5

11. Illinois 23-5

12. North Carolina 19-6

13. Florida 22-6

14. Kansas 20-7

15. Boston College 22-6

16. Washington 22-5

17. LSU 20-7

18. North Carolina State 21-7

19. Oklahoma 19-6

20. UCLA 22-6

21. Iowa 20-8;

22. West Virginia 19-8

23. Michigan State 19-9

24. Georgetown 19-7

25. Nevada 22-5

¢Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan is a voter

in the weekly Associated Press men's basketball poll.

Comments

kufan4life 13 years, 10 months ago

14? Quite generous on the poll after Saturdays beating.

Jeremy Bolinger 13 years, 10 months ago

personal opinion, if you dont care so much then why do you look? find somewhere else to talk smack!

sss4ever82 13 years, 10 months ago

Actually Tom, your poll is quite accurate. The only team I would argue with you about is West Virginia. Although I think you had to submit your vote in before the W.V. and Pitt game. Keep up the good work with the spodcasting....

your loyal spodbacker since day one...

Chris Williams

newsh80 13 years, 10 months ago

pretty accurate but you are giving kansas too much of an advantage in these polls...westvirginia 22? they are more like a 15 to me.

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