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College: PVB’s Top 50 Rankings (Nov. 13)

Baylor pulled off an upset of Kansas to officially move into the Top 20 for the first time this season.

(Courtesy of Baylor Athletics)

We’ve been waiting a few weeks now for some movement at the top of the rankings and it finally happened.

Stanford and Minnesota were a pair of Top-5 teams to fall last week, creating a shake-up in the Top 7 for the first time in three weeks.

PVB’s Top 50 Rankings

  1. Penn State (25-1) (last week’s ranking – 1)
  2. Florida (22-1) (2)
  3. Nebraska (22-4) (3)
  4. Stanford (22-3) (3)
  5. Texas (21-2) (6)
  6. Kentucky (22-3) (7)
  7. Minnesota (23-3) (5)
  8. Michigan State (19-6) (8)
  9. BYU (25-2) (9)
  10. Washington (21-6) (14)

  1. USC (20-7) (15)
  2. San Diego (21-4) (12)
  3. Kansas (19-5) (10)
  4. Wisconsin (17-8) (11)
  5. Utah (19-8) (17)
  6. UCLA (16-7) (18)
  7. Purdue (20-7) (25)
  8. Colorado (19-8) (13)
  9. Baylor (21-5) (23)
  10. Oregon (15-8) (16)

  1. Illinois (19-8) (19)
  2. Cal Poly (24-2) (21)
  3. Creighton (22-5) (22)
  4. Iowa State (16-6) (24)
  5. Colorado State (25-3) (20)
  6. Hawaii (18-7) (26)
  7. Wichita State (24-3) (27)
  8. Oregon State (19-9) (30)
  9. Iowa (17-12) (31)
  10. Missouri State (24-5) (33)

  1. Michigan (17-11) (28)
  2. Ohio State (14-13) (29)
  3. Louisville (20-6) (34)
  4. NC State (19-8) (35)
  5. Pitt (21-6) (36)
  6. Washington State (15-13) (37)
  7. Marquette (20-8) (40)
  8. Northern Iowa (23-7) (38)
  9. Maryland (15-13) (39)
  10. Miami (17-5) (41)

  1. Missouri (18-9) (42)
  2. Florida State (14-9) (43)
  3. North Carolina (13-10) (44)
  4. LSU (18-7) (45)
  5. Western Kentucky (25-3) (32)
  6. Arkansas (16-9) (45)
  7. Notre Dame (19-8) (42)
  8. VCU (28-2) (49)
  9. Auburn (14-9) (50)
  10. Arizona (10-15) (n/r)

Others

  • Texas A&M
  • Duke
  • Cal
  • Tennessee
  • Northwestern
  • UC Irvine
  • North Texas

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