Hoosiers ranked No. 22 in AP poll, No. 21 in USA Today coaches poll #iubb

Indiana moved up one spot to No. 22 in the latest Associated Press poll, released Monday.

The Hoosiers are one of three Big Ten teams in this week’s top 25, joining No. 5 Wisconsin and No. 16 Maryland, which was ranked three spots higher prior to splitting its week with an 89-70 loss at IU and a last-second home win over Northwestern.

Indiana split its week, too, after Sunday’s 72-60 loss at Ohio State. The Buckeyes received votes, but did not crack the rankings.

In the USA Today Coaches poll, IU moved up two spots to No. 21.

The full AP top 25 rankings can be found after the jump.
1. Kentucky (64)
2. Virginia (1)
3. Gonzaga
4. Duke
5. Wisconsin
6. Arizona
7. Villanova
8. Notre Dame
9. Kansas
10. Louisville
11. Utah
12. Wichita St.
13. North Carolina
14. VCU
15. Iowa St.
16. Maryland
17. West Virginia
18. N. Iowa
19. Texas
20. Baylor
21. Georgetown
22. Indiana
23. Miami
24. Oklahoma
25. Butler
Others receiving votes: Colorado St. 57, Arkansas 54, Ohio St. 43, SMU 43, Providence 29, Dayton 28, Georgia 28, Stanford 16, Wyoming 14, LSU 10, Seton Hall 10, San Diego St. 4, Texas A&M 2, Tulsa 2, Davidson 1, Green Bay 1, Saint Mary’s (Cal) 1, Stephen F. Austin 1.