上周在这个领域，我们讨论了阿拉巴马州和普渡大学在争夺 2022-23 年男子大学篮球实力排名榜首时的优势。本周，没有必要进行辩论。周六，Crimson Tide以24分之差输给了俄克拉荷马州（在下半场的很长一段时间里，它甚至没有那么接近），使锅炉制造商成为1号的明确选择。
特洛伊人在本赛季的一些重要比赛中表现不佳，在加州大学洛杉矶分校和对阵田纳西州的加时赛中输了两场。周四看起来情况大致相同，棕熊队在半场结束时领先12分。但特洛伊人在下半场早些时候以25-3领先，彻底扭转了比赛，最终以77-64获胜。布吉·埃利斯（Boogie Ellis）是明星，得到31分和6次助攻，而德鲁·彼得森（Drew Peterson）得到16分。安迪·恩菲尔德（Andy Enfield）的球队现在已经进入了NCAA锦标赛的争夺战，在过去五场比赛中赢得了四场，并成为Pac-12中第三好的球队。
埃斯特拉达是上赛季的CAA年度最佳球员，上周他提升了自己的候选资格，以重大方式再次赢得本赛季的冠军。周四对阵埃隆的比赛中，他得到40分，全场25投16中，三分球15投8中，抢下4个篮板，送出3次助攻。然后，他带领骄傲队击败了美联社 18 号查尔斯顿，后者以 20 连胜的成绩进入比赛，自 2022 年 2 月 19 日以来从未在主场输过。埃斯特拉达得到25分，包括上半场的23分，以及7个篮板和6次助攻。他3投5中9，在胜利中打了整整40分钟。
几个月前，卡佩尔在皮特的日子似乎屈指可数。他在上赛季末坐在教练的热门座位上 - 他连续第四个赛季的成绩低于.500。皮特在 10 月的 2022-23 赛季季前赛 ACC 民意调查中被选为第 14 位，然后在四场比赛中以三场失利开始了本赛季。快进2个半月，黑豹队总战绩为15胜7负，ACC战绩为8胜3负，联盟积分榜排名第三。他们也可以说是本赛季最重要的一周，周三击败了ACC泡泡队维克森林，然后在最后一分钟以11-0的比分击败了迈阿密。根据ESPN的获胜概率，当迈阿密在还剩2：05的情况下领先八分时，皮特有4.9%的机会取得胜利。黑豹队现在拥有弗吉尼亚州，迈阿密，北卡罗来纳州，北卡罗来纳州和西北大学的胜利。
德保罗蓝魔：德保罗本赛季表现出了生命的迹象，但周二也输给了乔治城，这是霍亚斯自 2021 年 3 月以来首次战胜大东部球队。抱歉，这基本上是自动包含在此类别中。
1. 普渡锅炉制造商 （21-1） 此前排名： 2
2. 田纳西州志愿者 （18-3） 先前排名： 4
Tennessee allowed Texas back into Saturday's game for a few minutes late in the second half -- but the first 30 or so minutes were as good as we've seen anyone play this season. The Vols are just an elite outfit defensively. After keeping each of their previous three opponents below 60 points for the game, they held Texas to 28 points in the first half. And although it was somewhat inflated by a late surge, after Tennessee went up 67-50 with eight minutes left, Texas' 1.08 points per possession were the most Tennessee has allowed all season. The Vols are starting to look much more dangerous offensively too, especially since Rick Barnes went to a smaller lineup. Olivier Nkamhoua had a career-high 27 points on Saturday, while Zakai Zeigler is averaging 17.3 points, 7.8 assists and 2.8 steals in the four games since he was inserted back into the starting five.
3. Alabama Crimson Tide (18-3)
Previous ranking: 1
This week: vs. Vanderbilt (Tuesday), at LSU (Saturday)
So, what happened this past week? It was more than just the aforementioned Oklahoma loss: Alabama's defense was a train wreck, and the Sooners caused problems with ball screens early and often in the first half. The Tide also looked lackadaisical in their three-point home win over Mississippi State earlier in the week. Their offense was concerning in both games, being held under one point per possession -- which hasn't happened since early December. The easy culprit is 3-point shooting, or lack of it. Alabama made just 11 3s last week, shooting a combined 22% in both games. A drop-off for a team that ranks second in the SEC at 33.6% from the perimeter, sure, but volume is the bigger issue. The Crimson Tide ranked 12th nationally in 3s per game entering the weekend, averaging 10 made 3s per night.
4. Houston Cougars (20-2)
Previous ranking: 3
This week: at Wichita State (Thursday), at Temple (Sunday)
Jarace Walker had a tremendous week in early January, when he totaled 44 points and 15 boards in two games against SMU and Cincinnati. He did it again last week, going for 17 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists in a win over UCF on Wednesday and leading the way with 25 points and seven rebounds in Saturday's comeback win over the Bearcats. However, the freshman forward's performance comes on the heels of a two-game stretch in which he shot 6-for-20 and averaged 7.5 points. If Walker can become a bit more consistent, especially on the days Marcus Sasser or Tramon Mark isn't shooting well, the floor of Houston's offense becomes much higher.
5. Arizona Wildcats (19-3)
Previous ranking: 7
This week: vs. Oregon (Thursday), vs. Oregon State (Saturday)
After Arizona lost to Oregon by 19 earlier this month, Tommy Lloyd made a lineup change, moving Pelle Larsson to the bench and inserting Cedric Henderson into the starting five. The result is a four-game winning streak, with Henderson providing a spark in wins over USC and Washington. Larsson still plays an extended role off the bench: He had 15 points against the Trojans, was excellent defensively against Jaime Jaquez Jr. and UCLA, then went for 10 points against Washington State. Against Washington, though, his offensive slump was salvaged by Azuolas Tubelis and Oumar Ballo. The two interior forces combined for 46 points, 22 rebounds and 10 assists.
6. Kansas State Wildcats (18-3)
Previous ranking: 5
This week: at Kansas (Tuesday), vs. Texas (Saturday)
David N'Guessan returned to the starting lineup on Saturday against Florida for the first time since suffering an injury in December, and immediately provided a lift on the interior. He missed six straight games after Christmas, before playing four minutes against Texas Tech and then sitting out the loss to Iowa State. But he looked good to go against the Gators, finishing with nine points and two steals in 19 minutes. The 6-9 former Virginia Tech transfer provides a nice frontcourt complement next to Nae'Qwan Tomlin and showed flashes in nonconference play of being a reliable option for coach Jerome Tang. Abayomi Iyiola returned to the bench with N'Guessan back in the lineup.
7. Kansas Jayhawks (17-4)
Previous ranking: 6
This week: vs. Kansas State (Tuesday), at Iowa State (Saturday)
Saturday's win at Kentucky was an impressive bounce-back for the Jayhawks after losing three in a row. Some of the issues that plagued them in that stretch completely flipped. Dajuan Harris Jr. looked fully healthy, finishing with eight points and eight assists -- after totaling five points in his previous four games. Jalen Wilson was once again sensational, but he got more help from his supporting cast. And the Jayhawks were far more dialed in defensively. Kentucky shot just 2-for-13 from 3; Kansas' previous three opponents averaged eight in those games. And, the Wildcats didn't have a single second-chance point -- this, coming after Baylor grabbed more than 40% of its misses on Monday against KU.
8. Virginia Cavaliers (16-3)
Previous ranking: 9
This week: at Syracuse (Monday), at Virginia Tech (Saturday)
Virginia continues to quietly go about its business as the clear-cut best team in the ACC, winning back-to-back games by identical 76-57 scorelines. Armaan Franklin is continuing his resurgence, scoring another 18 points and making another three 3s against Boston College. He's now up to 16.8 points on 41.9% 3-point shooting in his past nine games. Isaac McKneely hit double figures for the fourth time in six games after hitting that mark once in his first 13 games. Kihei Clark is also playing arguably his best basketball in a Cavs uniform, shooting a career-best 39% from 3 and totaling 34 assists to nine turnovers in UVa's six-game winning streak.
9. Iowa State Cyclones (15-5)
Previous ranking: 10
This week: at Texas Tech (Monday), vs. Kansas (Saturday)
It's hard to find too much fault with Iowa State lately, given it has beaten Texas and Kansas State in the past two weeks. But the Cyclones have also lost three games in that stretch. The recent struggles coincide with Caleb Grill suffering from back stiffness, which limited him against Oklahoma State and Kansas State and kept him out against Missouri on Saturday. In the Cyclones' five overall losses this season, Grill has one DNP and averaged 1.5 points in the other four. ISU's defense, which has been its calling card the past two seasons, has also shown some cracks lately. Its past three opponents have shot a combined 47.8% from 3, and it actually lost the turnover battle against Mizzou.
10. Baylor Bears (16-5)
Previous ranking: 16
This week: at Texas (Monday), vs. Texas Tech (Saturday)
After a choppy stretch in December where he struggled to shoot and also missed three games, LJ Cryer has reemerged as a big-time shot-maker for coach Scott Drew. During Baylor's recent six-game winning streak, he averaged 15.8 points and shot 55.2% from 3 -- including this past week's 22 points against Kansas and 20 points against Arkansas. In both, Cryer shot 7-for-15 from 3 and also made plays inside the arc. Adam Flagler is likely to have the ball in his hands late in games, while Keyonte George offers a different dimension in terms of shot creation, but Cryer's consistent 3-point shooting gives real balance to Baylor's perimeter group.
11. UCLA Bruins (17-4)
Previous ranking: 8
This week: vs. Washington (Thursday), vs. Washington State (Saturday)
After looking like arguably the hottest team in college basketball a couple of weeks ago, UCLA has now lost two in a row -- including Thursday's 13-point loss at crosstown rival USC, which featured a remarkably bad second half from the Bruins and is not something we've come to expect from a Mick Cronin-coached team with this much experience. The Bruins were actually up by 12 at the half, but that disappeared within about seven minutes. While it's tough to draw similarities between the losses to USC and Arizona, Jaime Jaquez Jr. wasn't quite at his best in either game and Jaylen Clark struggled to make shots, too. But the lack of energy shown in the second half against USC is unlikely to be repeated anytime soon.
12. Texas Longhorns (17-4)
Previous ranking: 12
This week: vs. Baylor (Monday), at Kansas State (Saturday)
Texas' frontcourt has undergone some changes as the season has progressed. Dylan Disu has started 20 games this season, but his minutes and role have increased over the past couple of weeks. The former Vanderbilt transfer hit double figures in three straight games before struggling against Tennessee. On the flip side, five-star freshman Dillon Mitchell, who looked like the consummate versatile glue guy for the first half of the season, has been a complete nonfactor, despite starting every game. He has played 16 or fewer minutes in three of his past four games -- capped by one point in 11 minutes against Tennessee. He's still pulling down offensive rebounds at an incredibly high level, but he's dropping in the frontcourt rotation.
13. Marquette Golden Eagles (17-5)
Previous ranking: 14
This week: vs. Villanova (Wednesday), vs. Butler (Saturday)
The development of Tyler Kolek has been fascinating to watch. As a freshman at George Mason in 2021, the Rhode Island native was a volume 3-point shooter and a solid passer. He attempted nearly seven 3s per game and never had more than four assists in a game. Two seasons later, Kolek has one of the highest assist rates in college basketball and is down to three 3-point attempts per game. He's now one of the most efficient and productive point guards in the country. He had 24 points, 9 boards and 10 assists on Saturday, and over his past 10 games is averaging 13.9 points, 4.5 rebounds and 7.9 assists.
14. Xavier Musketeers (17-5)
Previous ranking: 13
This week: vs. Providence (Wednesday), vs. St. John's (Saturday)
It was a mixed bag for the Musketeers last week, winning at UConn to complete the season sweep of the Huskies but then losing by 17 at Creighton on Saturday. While part of the defeat could be attributed to Jack Nunge and Zach Freemantle getting into early foul trouble, the Musketeers' defensive performance was also concerning. Xavier has now allowed at least 1.07 points per possession in six of its past seven games, giving up an average of 81.7 points in its past three. Marquette, Georgetown and Creighton all shot 60% or better from inside the arc over the past two weeks. Overall, the Musketeers rank eighth in the Big East in defensive efficiency in league play.
15. TCU Horned Frogs (16-5)
Previous ranking: 11
This week: vs. West Virginia (Tuesday), at Oklahoma State (Saturday)
The absences are starting to pile up for the Horned Frogs, with the most concerning one being Mike Miles Jr. Their star guard left Saturday's loss to Mississippi State with a right knee hyperextension and didn't return. He was expected to undergo an MRI on Sunday. Miles is the third key player missing for Saturday's game, with Eddie Lampkin Jr. still out with an ankle injury and reserve guard Rondel Walker out with an illness. Even Shahada Wells briefly left the game with an injury. Jamie Dixon has one of the deepest teams in the country, but that's going to be tested. If Miles misses time, Wells will be the main player asked to step up and produce from the perimeter.
16. Gonzaga Bulldogs (18-4)
Previous ranking: 15
This week: vs. Santa Clara (Thursday), at Saint Mary's (Saturday)
It's safe to assume Julian Strawther has broken out of his mini-slump from the perimeter. After a three-game stretch where he went 5-for-19 from 3, Strawther took a step forward with three makes from behind the arc against Pacific. On Saturday against Portland, the junior wing was on fire: He finished with 40 points, becoming the first Gonzaga player to hit that mark since Kyle Wiltjer in 2015. He went 8-for-12 from 3, coming just one short of tying the program record for 3s in a game. Strawther has become a reliable secondary scorer to Drew Timme and he's had big performances in a couple of big games this season (Kentucky, Xavier), but Saturday showed a different level for the Las Vegas native.
Dropped out: None
Saint Mary's Gaels: Aidan Mahaney is a baller. He has been one of the elite first-year guards in the country, and he added to his résumé this past week with three 20-point games in the past four entering Saturday's trip to the BYU -- then hit a turnaround game winner in the final seconds to knock off the Cougars.
Florida Atlantic Owls: The Owls now have the nation's longest active winning streak, winning their 20th game in a row against the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers on Saturday. They've stiffened up defensively over the past few weeks, too, holding five straight opponents to below 1.00 point per possession -- after allowing four straight teams to exceed that mark.
Indiana Hoosiers: There are few teams with more momentum than the Hoosiers right now. Trayce Jackson-Davis is playing as well as anyone in college basketball, averaging a ridiculous 27.3 points, 13.8 rebounds, 4.3 assists and 4.0 blocks in his past four games. They've won five in a row and head to Maryland on Tuesday before an enormous showdown against Zach Edey and Purdue in Bloomington.
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