BTN.com staff, November 23, 2015
Michigan State and Purdue made significant jumps in the latest AP and Coaches polls, released Monday.
The Spartans, who recorded a comeback victory over then-No. 4 Kansas last week in the Champions Classic, went from No. 13 in both polls to No. 3 (AP) and No. 4 (Coaches). The Boilermakers, fresh off their Hall of Fame Tip-Off tourney crown, rose eight spots (No. 23 to No. 15) in the Coaches Poll and five spots (No. 21 to No. 16) in the AP Poll.
Another development: Maryland (3-0) is the consensus No. 2 team, behind No. 1 Kentucky, following then-No. 2 North Carolina's loss to Northern Iowa.
Indiana, the fourth and final ranked Big Ten team, moved up one spot in each poll, to No. 13 (AP) and No. 14 (Coaches).
Check out both polls below: