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CBS Sports updates Top 25 and 1 following turbulent weekend in college basketball

Jonathan Wagner01/22/23
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This season has been filled with upsets and surprises across college basketball all over the nation, and Saturday was no different. After four AP-ranked teams fell during Saturday’s turbulent college basketball slate, CBS Sports has unveiled a brand new Top 25 and 1 with plenty of movement inside the rankings.

Two ranked teams fell against unranked foes on Saturday, though both came down to the final seconds. No. 12 Iowa State hit the road for a trip to Oklahoma State, and the Cyclones fell just short as the Cowboys escaped with a 61-59 victory. Duke, right on the top 25 line, picked up an impressive ACC victory over No. 17 Miami as well. The Blue Devils won 68-66.

Additionally, a pair of top 25 matchups headlined Saturday’s action. No. 11 Arizona hosted No. 5 UCLA in an intriguing Pac-12 contest, and the game lived up to the hype. It came down to the final minutes, with Arizona ultimately pulling out a 58-52 win.

The other ranked contest was between No. 2 Kansas and No. 14 TCU, and it’s safe to say the result surprised just about everybody. The Horned Frogs dominated the game, and outscored the Jayhawks 35-22 in the second half. Ultimately, TCU pulled off a 23-point victory, winning 83-60.

Just about every other game that featured a top 25 team on Saturday came down to the final minutes, and the results have shaken up the rankings yet again. And while CBS Sports doesn’t have any new top five teams in their Top 25 and 1 college basketball rankings, there’s still plenty of movement everywhere else.

Updated college basketball Top 25 and 1, via CBS Sports

  1. Houston (18-1) (–)
  2. Purdue (18-1) (–)
  3. Alabama (17-2) (–)
  4. Kansas State (17-2) (+1)
  5. UCLA (17-3) (-1)
  6. Texas (16-3) (+2)
  7. Tennessee (16-3) (+2)
  8. Kansas (16-3) (-2)
  9. Arizona (17-3) (+2)
  10. Virginia (15-3) (–)
  11. Iowa State (14-4) (-4)
  12. TCU (15-4) (+3)
  13. Xavier (16-4) (-1)
  14. Marquette (16-5) (-1)
  15. Gonzaga (17-4) (-1)
  16. Baylor (14-5) (–)
  17. Auburn (16-3) (+2)
  18. Providence (15-5) (+2)
  19. Florida Atlantic (19-1) (+2)
  20. NC State (15-5) (-3)
  21. Duke (14-5) (+3)
  22. Miami (15-4) (-4)
  23. Saint Mary’s (18-4) (–)
  24. UConn (15-5) (-2)
  25. New Mexico (18-2) (–)
  26. Boise State (15-5) (–)