Indiana on 5-game winning streak, moves up to No. 11 in Top 25 (and one)

CBS Sports Daily Top 25 (and one) Rankings Rank Teams Comments 1 Kansas
Overall: 27-4
Conference: 15-3
Previous: 1 The Jayhawks’ résumé features 14 top-50 RPI wins. No other school has more than 10, which suggests KU has already secured a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. 2 Villanova
Overall: 27-4
Conference: 16-2
Previous: 2 The Wildcats have now won three consecutive outright Big East regular-season championships. Their résumé features eight top-50 RPI wins and only one loss outside of the top 10. 3 Virginia
Overall: 24-6
Conference: 13-5
Previous: 3 The Cavaliers finished the regular season by winning 11 of their final 13 games. The only losses in that stretch came at Duke and at Miami, and by a total of four points. 4 Michigan State
Overall: 26-5
Conference: 13-5
Previous: 4 The Spartans are 10-1 in their past 11 games. The only loss in that stretch is a loss at Purdue that came in overtime and by one point. 5 Oklahoma
Overall: 24-6
Conference: 12-6
Previous: 5 The Sooners have won four of their past five games since losing at Texas Tech. Their résumé features nine top-50 RPI wins, including two against West Virginia. 6 West Virginia
Overall: 24-7
Conference: 13-5
Previous: 6 The Mountaineers closed the regular season on a four-game winning streak to finish second in the Big 12. They’ve only lost once all season to a team currently ranked outside of the top 25 of the RPI. 7 Xavier
Overall: 26-4
Conference: 14-4
Previous: 7 The Musketeers finished the regular season with eight top-50 RPI wins and only three losses outside of the top 10. They split two games with Villanova, which won the Big East by two games. 8 Oregon
Overall: 25-6
Conference: 14-4
Previous: 8 A five-game winning streak to close the regular season helped the Ducks secure an outright Pac-12 title. This is Oregon’s first league title since 2002. 9 Utah
Overall: 24-7
Conference: 13-5
Previous: 9 The Utes closed the regular season on a seven-game winning streak and finished alone in second in the Pac-12 standings. Their résumé features nine top-50 RPI wins and only one loss outside of the top 50. 10 North Carolina
Overall: 25-6
Conference: 14-4
Previous: 10 The Tar Heels’ victory at Duke secured the outright ACC title even though UNC is 3-5 against the top 50 of the RPI. Roy Williams’ team hasn’t lost a game by more than six points all season. 11 Indiana
Overall: 25-6
Conference: 15-3
Previous: 13 The Hoosiers closed the regular season with a blowout of Maryland that allowed them to win the Big Ten by two games. IU’s résumé features six top-50 RPI wins and only one sub-35 loss since late November. 12 Miami (Fla.)
Overall: 24-6
Conference: 13-5
Previous: 11 The Hurricanes squandered a chance to share the ACC regular-season title by losing at Virginia Tech on Saturday. It was Miami’s fourth loss to a school ranked outside of the top 80 of the RPI. 13 Duke
Overall: 22-9
Conference: 11-7
Previous: 12 The Blue Devils closed the regular season by losing three of their final five games. But their résumé still features six top-50 RPI wins and only three losses outside of the top 40. 14 Baylor
Overall: 21-10
Conference: 10-8
Previous: 14 Only one of Baylor’s 10 losses is to a currently unranked team, according to the Top 25 (and one). The Bears have five top-50 RPI wins, including two against Iowa State. 15 Iowa State
Overall: 21-10
Conference: 10-8
Previous: 15 The Cyclones finished tied for fifth with Baylor in the Big 12 standings. Their résumé features six top-50 RPI wins and only one loss outside of the top 30. 16 Purdue
Overall: 24-7
Conference: 12-6
Previous: 17 The Boilermakers closed the regular season on a three-game winning streak featuring victories against Maryland and Wisconsin. Purdue’s résumé includes five top-50 RPI wins and two sub-50 losses. 17 Louisville
Overall: 23-8
Conference: 12-6
Previous: 16 The Cardinals completed their season with a lopsided loss at Virginia that dropped them to 2-7 against the top 50 of the RPI. Their signature victories: North Carolina and Duke. 18 California
Overall: 22-9
Conference: 12-6
Previous: 19 The Golden Bears went 8-1 in their final nine games of the regular season and finished tied for third with Arizona in the Pac-12. They have seven top-50 RPI and only two losses outside of the top 50. 19 Kentucky
Overall: 23-8
Conference: 13-5
Previous: 20 The Wildcats have now won four SEC titles in seven seasons under John Calipari. Their résumé this season features three top-50 RPI wins and five sub-50 losses. 20 Arizona
Overall: 24-7
Conference: 12-6
Previous: 21 The Wildcats closed the regular season with wins over California and Stanford that pushed them into a tie for third in the Pac-12 with California. Their résumé features three top-50 RPI wins and just one loss outside of the top 50. 21 Iowa
Overall: 21-9
Conference: 12-6
Previous: 22 The Hawkeyes snapped their four-game losing streak Saturday with a double-digit win at Michigan. Their résumé features five top-50 RPI wins and only two losses outside of the top 40. 22 Maryland
Overall: 24-7
Conference: 12-6
Previous: 18 The Terrapins closed the regular season by going 2-4 in their final six games. Their résumé features four top-50 RPI wins and two losses outside of the top 50, including a loss to a sub-200 Minnesota team. 23 Texas
Overall: 20-11
Conference: 11-7
Previous: 23 The Longhorns closed the regular season by winning three of their final four games. They will finish no worse than tied for fourth in the Big 12 in Shaka Smart’s first season. 24 Texas A&M
Overall: 24-7
Conference: 13-5
Previous: 24 The Aggies closes the regular season on a six-game winning streak to secure a share of their first league title since 1986. They own victories against Kentucky, Iowa State, Texas and Baylor. 25 SMU
Overall: 25-5
Conference: 13-5
Previous: 25 The Mustangs are on a postseason ban and thus finished for the season. They recorded four top-55 RPI wins this season and had zero losses outside of the top 75. 26 Wisconsin
Overall: 20-11
Conference: 12-6
Previous: 26 The Badgers are 11-2 since losing at Northwestern. Four of their five losses to schools currently unranked in the Top 25 (and one) came before Greg Gard replaced Bo Ryan.

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