College Basketball Power Rankings

Week 3 Power rankings

Posted February 08, 2011 04:50 PM EST

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Michigan State Spartans



10-0 - 1/10
Despite playing without freshman sensation Kyrie Irving, whose season is in doubt because of a toe injury, the Blue Devils crushed Bradley and Saint Louis by an average of 36 points.
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8-0 - 1/2
Freshman Jared Sullinger went for 40 points in a win against IUPUI, and the Buckeyes also routed Western Carolina over the weekend.
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9-0 1 2/7
The Jayhawks had little problem with Memphis in New York and then took care of Colorado State, but the big news is that freshman Josh Selby returns in KU¿s next game, Dec. 18 at home against USC.
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7-0 4 4/24
The Vols pulled off yet another huge upset, this time on the road against No. 3 Pittsburgh. Scotty Hopson went for 27 and has been in double figures in all seven games this season.
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8-0 2 3/17
The Huskies only had one game and pounded FDU. Sophomore big man Alex Oriakhi dominated in Maui, averaging 15 points and 11.7 boards in the three wins. He¿s putting up just eight points and 7.8 rebounds since.
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9-0 1 3/21
Jake Pullen returned home to Chicago and the Wildcats got past Loyola (Ill.), but K-State was without big man Wally Judge because of personal reasons.
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10-0 8 5/21
Rick Jackson dominated against Michigan State with 17 points and 16 boards and then had his eighth double-double of the season in the rout over Colgate.
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10-0 5 1/8
The Panthers lost their first game of the season, and it came at home to Tennessee. Leading scorer Ashton Gibbs had just three points through the first 34 minutes of the game.
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10-0 1 2/11
Aztecs standout sophomore forward Kawhi Leonard had 20 points in a rout over California, 13 points and 13 boards in another easy win against San Diego and the Aztecs also got past Cal Poly.
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6-0 3 10/22
The Bears were off all last week. Star guard LaceDarius Dunn is averaging 22.7 points in three games since returning from a three-game suspension.
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8-0 - 6/26
The Wildcats got a double-digit win against Penn and escaped with one against La Salle.
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9-0 6 6/25
The Hoyas lost their first game of the season at Temple, but bounced back with a rout over Appalachian State.
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8-0 3 8/25
One day after his cousin was shot and killed, Marcus Denmon scored 19 points in the second half and converted a huge three-point play in the final seconds to pull out an overtime win against Vanderbilt. The Tigers also cruised past Presbyterian.
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9-0 3 8/29
Starting point guard Al Nolan has missed the past four games with a foot injury, but the Gophers defeated St. Joe¿s and Eastern Kentucky by double digits.
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10-0 3 15/26
Bruce Weber¿s team took care of Oakland and also Northern Colorado.
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10-0 3 3/23
It was quite a week for senior Jimmer Fredette. First he went back home to Glen Falls, N.Y., and scored 26 in a win over Vermont and didn¿t put 49 against Arizona as he did a year ago, but did go for 33 in a win against the Wildcats in Salt Lake City.
Home | Stats | Schedule | Total Blue Sports

7-0 8 4/32
There¿s no shame losing to Duke by a handful in Cameron. The Spartans followed it up with a 74-39 rout over Bowling Green.
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7-0 6 12/18
The Tigers couldn¿t keep up with Kansas in New York City, and Josh Pastner also lost his leading scorer, Wesley Witherspoon, for five weeks after knee surgery.
Home | Stats | Schedule | Tiger Authority

9-0 2 6/23
The Boilermakers cruised to wins against Valparaiso and North Florida. The duo of E¿Twaun Moore and JaJuan Johnson are averaging 38.9 points per game.
Home | Stats | Schedule | Boiler Sports Report

7-0 2 9/22
Terrence Jones had 27 points and 17 rebounds in a win against Notre Dame, and Josh Harrellson erupted for 14 points and a dozen boards as the Wildcats pulled away from Indiana.
Home | Stats | Schedule | Kentucky Sports Report

9-0 1 4/22
The Irish hung with Kentucky for a while, but came up short before rebounding with a home win against Gonzaga. Ben Hansbrough, Tyler¿s younger brother, was terrific in the first half against the Wildcats and then hit four clutch free throws against the ¿ZExpand Description
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8-0 2 13/24
The Knights, who cruised past Bethune-Cookman, are led by Marcus Jordan and his 16.3 points per game.
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8-0 - 12/23
The Cardinals started the season with a home win against Butler and also knocked off a ranked UNLV team in its new building this past week.
Home | Stats | Schedule | Inside The Ville

5-0 1 23/24
The Wildcats, led by the trio of John Shurna, Drew Crawford and Michael Thompson, took care of Long Island on Monday night to remain undefeated.
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9-0 - 11/25
The Aggies defeated Washington this past week and also have a neutral-site win against Temple on their resume.
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