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Purdue, Arizona soar to the top of the Power 36 college basketball rankings

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Now the fun begins.

I have a real number to work with. This means Power 36 and AP Top 25 are flipped. Who we beat and where is more important than last week’s rankings, but it’s the results that matter most, and we’ve had some key results in the past week.

Be careful here, as rankings are rewards for winnings secured against quality competition over the past week. And yes, if a team wins and does poorly against average competition, it can drop out.


College Basketball Rankings: Power 36 in Week 3

Last week’s ranking in brackets:

1. Purdue (15): The Boilermakers deserve their #1 spot this week. why?Purdue has a best two wins in knockoffs Gonzaga and Duke Win Phil Knight Legacy Titles in PortlandPurdue also defeated West Virginia to start the event. They’re playing the best basketball in the country right now.

2. Arizona (17): did you see maui invitationThe Wildcats have been quite impressive in beating a high level Creighton to win the title.This team is really great entertainment.?

3. Texas (5): The Longhorns shook Gonzaga last week in Austin to earn one of their most impressive wins yet. Texas doesn’t have many high-level games yet. But they are coming.

4. Houston (2): Yes, the Cougars could be in my power rankings among the rest if they win a close game against Kent State. I still love Houston, but it still doesn’t deserve number one.

5. Indiana (4): The Hoosiers have one true road win on the Xavier. They looked dominant for the rest of the game, but they have a chance to show even more against North Carolina this week.

6. Ucon (22): The Huskies won the Phil Knight Invitational and were particularly impressive in defeating Alabama. This team can shoot, defend and score in the low post.

7. Tennessee (28): Welcome back, Volz, to your place. Tennessee defeated Kansas to win Battle 4 Atlantis.

8. Kansas (3): The Jayhawks escaped Wisconsin at the buzzer, losing to Tennessee in the title game at Atlantis. Lawrence is still fine.

9. Duke (12): The Blue Devils are getting healthier, but they’ve only had a serious problem with Purdue in Portland. Duke has a rising star in Kyle Philipkowski and an invaluable lead guard in Jeremy Roach.

10. Clayton (8): The Blue Jays have made a national name on Maui. They’re going to be tough outs all season. Omaha will rock.

2022 Maui Invitational: bracket, schedule, score

11. Virginia (10): The Cavaliers have once again emerged as ACC favorites. His NCAA absence last season was clearly an anomaly.

12. Arkansas (9): I love this pig team. If they bring back Nick Smith Jr., this team should be in the top five.

13. Baylor (11): The Bears face off against Gonzaga in South Dakota, which should give the Bears even more barometer.

14. Alabama (21): I’m sold to the tide Brandon Miller is an absolute stud, and his 4-overtime win over North Carolina proved this team was going to matter.

Down Goes Number 1: Alabama beats North Carolina in quadruple-extending thriller

15. Gonzaga (6): Zags sent Xavier to take third place at the Phil Knight Legacy on Sunday night, but Purdue made Zags look a little smaller. Gonzaga left Portland 2–1 with big games scheduled against Baylor in South Dakota and Alabama in Birmingham.

16. Iowa (NR): The Cyclones lost the Phil Knight Invitational title game to UConn, but wins over Nova and North Carolina proved they would be in the Big 12’s chase.

17. North Carolina (1): The Tar Heels were eliminated 2-1 in Portland but were just one step away from going 2-1. Wednesday’s game in Indiana will be a big test. It might seem crazy to see them fall this far, but a road victory over Indiana could bring them back. His one win for Portland was against the University of Portland.

18. Maryland (16): The Terps are undefeated under new coach Kevin Willard. Big week for Maryland with a winnable game in Louisville before hosting Illinois and going to Wisconsin.

19. San Diego (13): The Aztecs had a chance to beat Arkansas. They don’t fall victim to missed opportunities. They’re still going to be tough outs all season.

20. Illinois (14): The Illini need to do well this week against Syracuse at home and in Maryland.

21. UCLA (18): The Bruins are still waiting for a Marquee win.

22. Auburn (24): The Tigers defeated Mexico’s Northwestern University in a game in the 1940s, but outlasted a very good St. Louis team at home.

23. Wisconsin (23): The Badgers beat Kansas but failed to grab the rebound. They then bounced back to take down USC, going 2-1 at Atlantis.

24. Xavier (NR): The Musketeers defeated Florida before being defeated by Duke and Gonzaga. However, they have performed very well and there is no doubt that they will be in contention for the Big East title.

25. TCU (26): The Horned Frogs beat Iowa in Florida, missing two key players and showing the depth of their rotation to deal with adversity.

26. Michigan (7): The Spartans played well in Portland, winning 2-1 despite the absence of Malik Hall and Jaden Akins. If they can get past Notre Dame on the road, they’ve got a good shot at staying calm and getting healthy with some home wins (save a road trip to Penn State). .

27. Kentucky (19): The Wildcats return to the top of this and other rankings when they beat higher-level opponents.

Last week’s Power 36: Texas, Michigan and Virginia Rank in Top 10

28. Arizona (20): The Sun Devils can prove worthy of being ranked in two Pac-12 games. It shows that they are consistent.

29. Michigan (27): The Wolverines have rarely played consistently well, but this team is too talented to go overboard.

30. UNLV (33): The Runnin’ Rebels are 7-0, with Kevin Kruger showing relevance once again.

31. Ohio (30): The Buckeyes defeated Cincinnati and Texas Tech, 2–1, to leave Maui after losing to San Diego State in the opening game.

32. Kansas (NR): The Wildcats are 6-0 after winning in the Cayman Islands and defeating LSU. Keyontae Johnson’s return to basketball is currently the talk of the sports world.

33. Iowa (25): The Hawkeyes lost to TCU in Florida. So far, that’s one drawback.

34. Davidson (NR): The Wildcats went 6-1 to give USF their first loss. Foster Royer (former Michigan State) scored his 30 points against the Dons and is averaging 22.7 points per game.

35. Drake (36): The Bulldogs won the Paradise Jam and are the most popular in the Missouri Valley.

36. Oklahoma (NR): The Sooners won the ESPN event title in Orlando in Orlando, and Porter-Moser has one of the best transfers in the country from Nevada to Grant Sherfield.

Dropped out: St. Mary’s (29), Florida (31), Dayton (34), Texas Tech (32), UMass (35).

team of the week

Purdue: The Boilermakers dominated any team in the country with wins over West Virginia, Gonzaga, and Duke to win the PK Legacy Tournament. After this impressive week they are my #1 team.

player of the week

Umar Baro, Arizona: Varo led the Wildcats to the Maui Invitational title. What he did was 30 and 13 in the title game against Clayton, 12 and 9 against San Diego State, and 21 and 10 against Cincinnati.

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