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Check out our rankings below:

1. Houston: 10-0 in true road games.

2. Alabama:
The Brandon Miller situation has now become the primary storyline associated with this team.

3. Kansas:
34-6 under Bill Self against Big 12 opponents at Allen Fieldhouse in games that have been decided by five points or fewer or in overtime.

4. UCLA:
Pac-12 regular season champs for the first time since the 2012-13 season.

5. Purdue:
Have lost four of its last six games.

6. Marquette:
Clinched a share of the Big East regular season title.

7. Texas:
Will close the regular season at TCU and then at home against Kansas.

8. Arizona:
Saturday’s loss to Arizona State was beyond heartbreaking.

9. Gonzaga: 10-2 when Malachi Smith scores in double figures.

10. Kansas State:
Markquis Nowell is averaging 18 points and nine assists in his last two games.

11. Baylor:
Got 29 points off the bench in Saturday’s win over Texas.

12. Miami:
Blew a 25-point second half lead against Florida State.

13. Indiana: A dark horse Final Four team.

14. UConn: Has regained its early season form.

15. Virginia:
Averaging just 56 points in its last three games.

16. Tennessee:

17. Xavier: Jerome Hunter is averaging 10.9 points and 6.9 rebounds since Zach Freemantle left the lineup.

18. Providence: Ed Croswell is playing the best basketball of his career.

19. Saint Mary’s:
Hoping for a rubber match with Gonzaga in the WCC Tournament.

20. TCU: Buy stock in Jakobe Coles.

21. San Diego State:
Lamont Butler’s buzzer beater against New Mexico was epic.

22. Creighton:
Was just 5-26 from three-point range in Saturday’s loss at Villanova.

23. Pitt:
Jeff Capel should be the ACC Coach of the Year.

24. Duke:
Could this program possibly be underrated in March?

25. Maryland: Jahmir Young is playing like one of the best guards in the country.

26. Kentucky:
Oscar Tshiebwe is regaining the form that he displayed last season.

27. Iowa State:
Have lost five of its last six games.

28. Northwestern: Lost two straight games.

29. NC State:
Will close the regular season out on Tuesday at Duke.

30. Texas A&M:
Wade Taylor IV is separating himself as the best guard in the SEC.

31. Illinois: As Terrance Shannon Jr. goes, so do the Illini.

32. Iowa: Trailed Michigan State by 11 with 65 seconds remaining on Saturday and won in overtime.

33. Rutgers:
Showed major guts in Sunday’s win at Penn State.

34. Michigan State:
A dangerous game looms this week at Nebraska.

35. Nevada:
Steve Alford is on the verge of taking five different Division 1 programs to the NCAA Tournament.

36. Florida Atlantic:
Has won its last two games by an average of 34.5 points.

37. Mississippi State: Was just 3-21 from three-point range on Saturday against Texas A&M and still won.

38. Oklahoma State:
Monday's game against Baylor feels like a must win.

39. Arkansas:
Nick Smith Jr. is averaging 25 points in his last two games.

40. Memphis:
DeAndre Williams has taken his game to another level.

41. Missouri:
Already has its most wins since the 2013-14 season.

42. USC:
8-1 with everyone in the lineup.

43. Boise State:
Playing with fire after its loss against San Jose State.

44. West Virginia:
Close the regular season at Iowa State and then in Morgantown against Kansas State.

45. North Carolina:
Picked up a Quad 1 win against Virginia.

Jon Rothstein has been a college basketball insider for CBS Sports since 2010 and a contributor to the CBS Broadcast Network since 2016. He joined FanDuel in 2022 as a Content Creator. Rothstein is also the host of the College Hoops Today Podcast via Compass Media Networks.