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Michigan basketball falls out of AP Top 25

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The Wolverines have some work to do to get back in the top 25.

Maryland v Iowa Photo by Matthew Holst/Getty Images

The Michigan Wolverines are back outside the top 25 after losing at Iowa on Friday night. The latest AP Top 25 college basketball poll was released on Monday and both Michigan and the Ohio State Buckeyes were among the Big Ten teams bumped from the rankings.

However, Rutgers is back in the top 25 for the first time since 1979 at No. 24. Michigan State (No. 11), Maryland (No. 17), and Iowa (No. 19), who was unranked last week, and Illinois (No. 21) make up the Big Ten teams in the polls this week.

From a national perspective, Baylor is the new No. 1 team in the country in a season that has been filled with chaos. Here is the full poll.

AP Poll

Rank Team Conference Previous Rank
Rank Team Conference Previous Rank
1 Kansas Big 12 1
2 Gonzaga WCC 3
3 Dayton A-10 4
4 Baylor Big 12 2
5 San Diego State Mountain West 5
6 Kentucky SEC 8
7 Florida State ACC 6
8 Seton Hall Big East 13
9 Maryland Big Ten 9
10 Louisville ACC 11
11 Creighton Big East 10
12 Duke ACC 7
13 Oregon Pac-12 14
14 Villanova Big East 12
15 BYU WCC 17
16 Michigan State Big Ten 24
17 Auburn SEC 15
18 Iowa Big Ten 18
19 Ohio State Big Ten 23
20 Penn State Big Ten 16
21 Houston AAC 25
22 Virginia ACC NR
23 Illinois Big Ten NR
24 Wisconsin Big Ten NR
25 Michigan Big Ten 19

Next up for Michigan is a showdown with Penn State on Wednesday night at Crisler Center.