College Basketball Power Rankings

Week 4 Power rankings

Posted February 08, 2011 04:51 PM EST

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11-0 - 1/10
Coach Mike Krzyzewski moved into a tie with Dean Smith for second on the all-time wins list after the Blue Devils pulled away from Elon. Kyle Singler led Duke with 24 points in the victory.
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10-0 - 1/2
Freshman Jared Sullinger continues to dominate, this time going for 30 points and 19 rebounds in a rout against South Carolina.
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10-0 - 2/7
Freshman Josh Selby wasted little time making an impact as he scored 21 points and canned the game-winning 3-pointer in his debut to help the Jayhawks avoid the upset vs. USC.
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9-0 1 3/17
Kemba Walker, who entered the game as the nation's leading scorer at 28.1 points per game, settled for 20 in the Huskies' 76-64 win against Coppin State on Monday night.
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12-0 4 2/11
Kawhi Leonard sat out the tight win against Cal Poly last week due to the flu, but he returned and put up 13 points and seven boards in a rout over a UC Santa Barbara team that was coming off a win against UNLV. Malcolm Thomas led the way with 18 points aExpand Description
Kawhi Leonard sat out the tight win against Cal Poly last week due to the flu, but he returned and put up 13 points and seven boards in a rout over a UC Santa Barbara team that was coming off a win against UNLV. Malcolm Thomas led the way with 18 points and 10 boards.Collapse Description
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12-0 1 5/21
Freshman 7-footer Fab Melo, who has struggled thus far, scored a career-high nine points as the Orange pulled away from Morgan State for a 97-55 win.
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11-0 1 1/8
Fifth-year senior Gilbert Brown scored a career-high 28 points and went 4-of-5 from beyond the arc in a rout over Maryland Eastern-Shore.
Home | Stats | Schedule | Panther Digest

10-0 4 6/25
The Hoyas had no problem taking care of Loyola (Md.) and freshman Nate Lubick had the best overall game of his career with eight points and five assists.
Home | Stats | Schedule | Hoya Digest

10-0 4 8/25
Freshman Phil Pressey, who has started the past two games in place of suspended Michael Dixon, averaged 11.5 points and 9 assists in routs over Oral Roberts and Central Arkansas.
Home | Stats | Schedule | Show Me Mizzou

9-0 1 6/26
After making just 8 of 50 shots over his last four games, Corey Fisher went 7-of-13 and finished with 21 points in a 78-59 win against Delaware.
Home | Stats | Schedule | Villanova Insider

10-0 3 8/29
Starting point guard Al Nolan remains out with a foot injury, but the Gophers got another double-double from Trevor Mbakwe (13 points, 13 rebounds) in a win over Akron.
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8-0 5 4/32
Tom Izzo was hit with a one-game suspension by the NCAA for a secondary violation, but it made no difference as associate head coach Mark Montgomery led the Spartans to the rout over Prairie View A&M.
Home | Stats | Schedule | Spartan Digest

8-0 7 9/22
The Wildcats pounded Mississippi Valley State -- which is coached by former UK guard Sean Woods.
Home | Stats | Schedule | Kentucky Sports Report

10-0 7 4/22
The Irish pounded Stony Brook on Sunday in their lone game of the week.
Home | Stats | Schedule | Irish Eyes

10-0 7 13/24
The Knights remained unbeaten with a victory in Sunrise, Fla., over Miami. Marcus Jordan was on the bench down the stretch with an ankle injury.
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9-0 10 3/21
Frank Martin's return to Florida didn't exactly go as planned as the Wildcats got smacked by the Gators in Sunrise, Fla. Kansas State got just five points from the starting big-man tandem of Freddy Asprilla and Curtis Kelly.
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7-0 13 4/24
The Vols were coming off a huge win at Pittsburgh, but couldn't sustain it -- falling twice this past week, first to Oakland at home and then on the road against a sub-.500 Charlotte team.
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10-0 1 6/23
E'Twaun Moore didn't get on the board in the first 20 minutes, but had 16 after the break and JaJuan Johnson went for a career-high 31 in a 65-52 win against Indiana State.
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9-0 - 3/20
The Longhorns earned their way back into the Top 25 after what was basically a road win over North Carolina in Greensboro.
Home | Stats | Schedule | Longhorn Digest

10-0 5 15/26
The Illini are tough to figure. Mike Davis and Mike Tisdale combined for just six points and six rebounds in a loss to UIC at the United Center.
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10-0 5 3/23
Jimmer Fredette finished with 25 points, but had seven turnovers as the Cougars lost for the first time this season to UCLA out in the Wooden Classic in Anaheim.
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7-0 12 10/22
The Bears had an easy schedule to begin the season and were still somewhat of an unknown heading into Saturday's game in Dallas against Gonzaga. Scott Drew's team had just five assists and 17 turnovers in a loss to the 'Zags.
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8-0 1 23/24
John Shurna scored 28 points and Michael Thompson added 23 in a 78-62 win over American that got the Wildcats off to their best start since 1993-94. Bill Carmody's team also cruised past St. Francis on Monday night, 92-61.
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10-0 1 11/25
The Aggies needed overtime to knock off Arkansas in Dallas. Khris Middleton scored 31 points in the win.
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8-0 - 0/0
Klay Thompson scored seven of his 23 points in overtime and Reggie Moore had 15 points in his fourth game since returning from a wrist injury as the Cougars defeated Santa Clara in overtime.
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