Week 1 2013-14 LSN College Basketball Ranking.

Updated: November 7, 2013
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1.)   Kentucky Wildcats- (21-12) Put a lot of faith into this highly touted freshman class lead by SF Julius Randle.

2.)   Kansas Jayhawks- (31-6) If Andrew Wiggins is as good as advertised, then expect Kansas to finally get back into the Final Four.

3.)   Michigan State Spartans- (27-9) The Spartans return a lot of key players from a team that won 27 games last year, and unlike the other members of the top 4, did not have to reload.

4.)   Duke Blue Devils- (30-6) Jabari Parker is another big name added to an always-talented Duke roster.

5.)   Louisville Cardinals- (35-5) As long as they don’t pull a Kentucky, they should win the American. (What a great name for a conference.)

6.)   Arizona Wildcats- (27-8) The second Wildcats team on this list. They return 2 of the their top 3 scorers, while bringing in a strong freshmen class.

7.)   Syracuse Orange- (30-10) Lead by Senior C.J. Fair, Syracuse should win 30 games again this season, and look to make a deep run in the tournament.

8.)   Florida Gators- (29-8) A good recruiting class and 8 total seniors and juniors returning is always a sign for a good season.

9.)   Oklahoma State- (24-9) Marcus Smart should challenge Kansas for the Big 12 title.

10.) Michigan- (31-8) Can Zak Irvin replace Trey Burke? Or better yet, can anybody?

11.) Ohio State

12.) Gonzaga

13.) Memphis

14.) North Carolina

15.) VCU

16.) Marquette

17.) Oregon

18.) Connecticut

19.) UCLA

20.) Notre Dame

21.) Wisconsin

23.) Baylor

24.) Indiana

25.) Wichita State            

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