The 13th regular-season editions of the Associated Press Top 25 and USA Today Coaches’ Poll were released on Monday with the Syracuse Orange taking over as the No. 1-ranked team in the country. Syracuse received all 65 first-place votes from the AP voters and all 32 first-place votes from the coaches.
The Florida Gators (19-2, 8-0 SEC) – fresh off a 62-51 win at Mississippi State on Thursday and a 69-36 domination of Texas A&M at home on Saturday – stayed put at No. 3 in the AP top 25 and No. 4 in the USA Today rankings.
Florida checked in with 1,482 points (+46) in the AP poll and 720 points (+26) in the USA Today top 25. The Gators at No. 3 achieved their highest ranking last week since Feb. 4, 2013 (No. 2).[table “25” not found /]
Check out the complete top 25 rankings and see where UF stands…after the break!
UF’s 2013-14 opponents in italics. Wins in blue; losses in red.
ASSOCIATED PRESS TOP 25
This Week 1-5: Syracuse (65), Arizona, Florida, Wichita State, San Diego State
6-10: Villanova, Cincinnati, Kansas, Michigan State, Michigan
11-15: Duke, Creighton, Saint Louis, Louisville, Texas
16-20: Iowa State, Iowa, Kentucky, Oklahoma State, Virginia
21-25: Oklahoma, UConn, Gonzaga, Memphis, Pittsburgh
* Wisconsin is the first team out of the poll this week.
Last Week 1-5: Arizona (63), Syracuse (2), Florida, Wichita State, San Diego State
6-10: Kansas, Michigan State, Oklahoma State, Villanova, Michigan
11-15: Kentucky, Louisville, Cincinnati, Wisconsin, Iowa
16-20: Iowa State, Duke, Pittsburgh, Saint Louis, Creighton
21-25: UMass, Memphis, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Texas
USA TODAY COACHES’ POLL
This Week 1-5: Syracuse (32), Wichita State, Arizona, Florida, San Diego State
6-10: Villanova, Cincinnati, Michigan State, Kansas, Louisville
11-15: Duke, Creighton, Iowa, Kentucky, Saint Louis
16-20: Michigan, Iowa State, Texas, Oklahoma State, Gonzaga
21-25: Virginia, Pittsburgh, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Ohio State
* Memphis is the first team out of the poll this week.
Last Week 1-5: Arizona (31), Syracuse (1), Wichita State, Florida, San Diego State,
6-10: Michigan State, Louisville/Kansas, Villanova, Oklahoma State
11-15: Kentucky, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, Cincinnati
16-20: Duke, Pittsburgh, Iowa State, UMass, Creighton
21-25: Saint Louis, Memphis, Ohio State, Gonzaga, Oklahoma