As for Andy Katz’ Power 36 rankings, Kentucky is also ranked at No. 16, with him having high remarks for UK after their performance against Kansas and how they will be in contention for the SEC, which has five other teams ranked with two more receiving votes.
As for the other teams in the AP Poll, it remained the same for the teams ranked in the top nine, and sliding into No. 10 was Miami (FL), who Kentucky will be playing on Tuesday, November 28th. That could be a top-15 matchup next week in Lexington if both teams win out this week.
Also, there’s a chance that centers Zvonimir Ivisic and Aaron Bradshaw will be able to play against Miami (FL) if the NCAA rules before next Tuesday and Bradshaw is healthy enough to play.
Here are the latest rankings from both the AP and Coaches Poll:
Others Receiving Votes: Memphis 149, BYU 138, Illinois 138, San Diego St. 77, UCLA 75, TCU 69, Iowa St. 67, Villanova 44, Auburn 28, Clemson 12, Oklahoma 10, Princeton 10, Michigan 10, Liberty 7, South Carolina 3, Chattanooga 2, Nevada 1, Drake 1, Colorado St. 1.
Others Receiving Votes: Arkansas 83; USC 75; James Madison 60; Villanova 50; TCU 40; Iowa State 35; San Diego State 30; Clemson 30; Auburn 29; BYU 27; Nevada 12; Princeton 11; South Carolina 7; Oregon 2; Liberty 2; Kansas State 2; Florida 2; North Carolina State 1; Iowa 12023-11-20T21:50:23Z dg43tfdfdgfd