Gonzaga, Baylor and Villanova hold steady atop the AP Top 25 poll, but Michigan, which is currently on pause for two weeks due to COVID-19 concerns, has moved up to No. 4.
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Houston, Alabama, Virginia and Florida State are climbing the rankings, but Gonzaga and Baylor are still in another echelon.
- Michigan moves up to No. 4 amid 2-week pause
- Houston's Mills steps away for personal reasons
- No. 7 Houston pauses activity for COVID issues
- Houston's Sampson, son miss game due to virus
— Marcus Sasser and Quentin Grimes each scored 15 points and No. 8 Houston rolled to its sixth straight win, 68-51 over Temple on Saturday.
— Marcus Sasser scored 26 points, Quentin Grimes added 18 points and seven rebounds and No. 8 Houston avenged its only loss with an 86-59 win over Tulsa on Wednesday night.
Gonzaga and Baylor are in their own tiers atop men's college basketball. Everyone else, it seems, is fighting for No. 3.
— Quentin Grimes scored 18 points, Justin Gorham added 15 points and nine rebounds and No. 11 Houston used a dominant first half to cruise to a 75-58 win over UCF on Sunday.
Four Gonzaga starters make the updated rankings, but Iowa's Luka Garza still leads the way.
Juwan Howard and the Wolverines are carrying the banner for the rugged Big Ten, while USC and UCLA had big weeks out west.
— Marcus Sasser scored 20 of his career-high 28 points in the first half to lead No. 11 Houston past Tulane 71-50 on Saturday.
— Quentin Grimes scored 20 of his 22 points in the second half as No. 11 Houston rallied for a 70-63 win over Wichita State on Wednesday night.
In a college basketball season like no other, these are the teams, players and coaches causing eyebrows to raise throughout the sport.
Texas handed Kansas a historic loss at Allen Fieldhouse on Saturday. What kind of leap does the Longhorns' blowout merit?
— Houston coach Kelvin Sampson spent a lot of time at halftime talking to his team about rebounding and being aggressive. The No. 5 Cougars responded.
Houston guard Caleb Mills is stepping away from the program for personal reasons and did not play in Sunday's road game against SMU.
— Brandon Rachal hit two free throws with a tenth of a second remaining and finished with 22 points as Tulsa topped unbeaten No. 5 Houston 65-64 on Tuesday night.