Florida hangs on at No. 18/16 in top 25 polls

By Adam Silverstein
November 24, 2014

The Florida Gators (2-1) remained ranked when the third regular-season editions of the Associated Press Top 25 and USA Today Coaches’ Poll were released on Monday, despite dropping a home game to unranked Miami last week and being taken to overtime by Louisiana-Monroe on Friday.

Florida, which opened the season at No. 7/7 and moved to No. 8/7 last week, is now ranked No. 18 by AP voters (down 10 spots) and No. 16 by the coaches (down nine spots).

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UF’s 2014-15 opponents in italics. Wins in blue; losses in red.

ASSOCIATED PRESS TOP 25
1-5: Kentucky (62), Arizona/Wisconsin (3), Duke, North Carolina
6-10: Louisville, Texas, Virginia, Wichita State, Gonzaga
11-15: Kansas, Villanova, Iowa State, VCU, San Diego State
16-20: Ohio State, Miami, Florida, Michigan, Michigan State
21-25: West Virginia, UCLA, Creighton, UConn, Arkansas

USA TODAY COACHES’ POLL
1-5: Kentucky (29), Duke, Wisconsin (2), Arizona (1), Louisville
6-10: North Carolina, Virginia, Gonzaga, Texas, Wichita State
11-15: Villanova, Kansas, Iowa State, VCU, San Diego State
16-20: Florida, Ohio State, Michigan, Michigan State, Miami
21-25: Oklahoma, UConn, UCLA, West Virginia, Providence

One Comment

  1. Michael Jones says:

    With our full compliment of players we MIGHT be top 20. I expect us to be a stronger and better team come February and March, though.

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