FOXSports.com College Basketball Power Rankings
By Jeff Goodman
March 8, 2011
The Buckeyes went on the road and beat Penn State and then knocked off Wisconsin at home.
The Panthers swept South Florida on the road and Villanova at home to win the Big East regular-season crown.
The Cougars lost their first game without Brandon Davies early in the week -- at home against New Mexico -- before taking care of Wyoming in Provo.
The Jayhawks won yet another Big 12 regular-season title after wins against Texas A&M at home and on the road against Missouri.
The Irish beat Villanova early in the week and then went on the road and took care of UConn despite being without Ben Hansbrough for the final eight-plus minutes.
The Boilermakers beat Illinois in West Lafayette, but stumbled in the final regular-season game and lost at Iowa.
The Longhorns lost at home against Kansas State on Monday, but went on the road and knocked off Baylor.
The Aztecs beat Wyoming on the road and then Colorado State at home.
The Tar Heels won at Florida State and then won the ACC regular-season title with a victory at home against Duke.
The Blue Devils beat Clemson at home and then lost the regular-season title with a road setback to rival North Carolina.
The Orange pounded DePaul over the weekend.
The Cardinals beat Providence at home and blew a late lead against West Virginia on the road.
The Gators have finished as strong as just about anyone -- with a home win over Alabama and then going into Memorial Coliseum and coming away with a win over Vandy.
The Badgers beat Indiana in Bloomington before losing to Ohio State in Columbus.
The Red Storm finally dropped one -- at Seton Hall -- before rebounding with a win over South Florida.
The Mountaineers beat UConn and Louisville in Morgantown.
The Huskies have faded, losing at West Virginia and at home to Notre Dame.
The Wildcats had a good week, beating Vandy at home and then going on the road and taking care of Tennessee.
The Wildcats got a road win against Texas early in the week and then got past Iowa State in Manhattan on Saturday.
The Hoyas have lost three straight without Chris Wright -- including a setback on the road to Cincinnati this past week.
The Commodores had a rough week, losing at Kentucky and at home against Florida.