In episode #18 of The Bottoms Line College Basketball Podcast, host Andy Bottoms is once again joined by Rob Dauster and Troy Machir of Ballin’ Is a Habit to discuss all the latest news and events in college basketball.
After yet another week where nearly half of the Top 25 suffered at least one loss, it was another challenging exercise for Andy Bottoms to put together his latest power rankings. The middle of the list has proven to be a complete mess, but since road wins have been so tough to come by, there are some teams that actually stayed put or even moved up despite losing.
After 12 teams ranked in the Top 25 lost last week, Andy Bottoms had some work to do when putting together this week’s edition of the Bottoms Line College Basketball Power Rankings.
It’s been a couple weeks since the last edition of Andy Bottoms’ power ratings, and a whole lot has changed since then thanks to some surprising results from early conference play, meltdowns from Pitt and Xavier, and a couple more teams falling from the ranks of the unbeaten.
Since last week’s installment of the power rankings, Illinois, Marquette, and Xavier have fallen from the ranks of the unbeaten, leaving just six teams with an unblemished record. One of those teams, Murray State, makes their debut in the Bottoms Line College Basketball Power Rankings this week.