College Basketball Rankings: Missouri Holds Firm In The Top 10 Despite Loss

Despite picking up their first loss of the season to Kansas State, the Missouri Tigers come in at No. 9 in the latest set of NCAA basketball rankings.

The Missouri Tigers hold strong in the Top 10 of the latest NCAA basketball rankings despite their 75-59 loss to Kansas State last week. In the latest set of rankings Missouri comes in ranked No. 9 in both the Associated Press and the ESPN Top 25 polls. Here is how the rest of the Top 5 shakes out:

ESPN's NCAA Top 5 Rankings:

RK TEAM RECORD PTS
1 Syracuse (30) 17-0 774
2 Kentucky (1) 15-1 742
3 North Carolina 14-2 702
4 Baylor 15-0 684
5 Ohio State 15-2

649

Associated Press' NCAA Top 5 Rankings:

Rank
Team (first-place votes)
Record
Points
Last week
1.
Syracuse (30)
17-0
774
1
2.
Kentucky (1)
15-1
742
2
3.
North Carolina
14-2
702
4
4.
Baylor
15-0
684
5
5.
Ohio State
15-2
649
7

For more breaking news and updates on the 2011 College Basketball Rankings, stay tuned to SB Nation St. Louis or drop by SB Nation's College Basketball hub. For more on Missouri basketball, visit SB Nation's Mizzou blog Rock M Nation.

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