Gonzaga, Baylor, Michigan and Illinois are each in the driver's seat for No. 1 seeds. But a handful of other teams still have a chance to break through.
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Kansas' win over Baylor not only means the Jayhawks move up, but also lifts Michigan to the No. 2 spot, just below undefeated Gonzaga.
- No. 3 U-M wins 'boxing match' vs. No. 4 Ohio St.
- Big Ten places 3 in top 5; Zags, Baylor still reign
- Matchups shuffled to UNC-UK, Ohio State-UCLA
- Buckeyes' leading scorer Liddell out indefinitely
— Luka Garza had 24 points and 11 rebounds as No. 9 Iowa bounced back from a midweek loss to take down No. 4 Ohio State 73-57 on Sunday.
— Aaron Henry had 18 points to help Michigan State improve its chances of making the NCAA Tournament with a 71-67 win over No. 4 Ohio State on Thursday night, two days after coach Tom Izzo's team beat No. 5 Illinois by nine points.
Gonzaga and Baylor are still Nos. 1 and 2 by a wide margin, but did the weekend's Big Ten results upset the top-5 balance of power?
Hunter Dickinson had 22 points and nine rebounds and Eli Brooks scored 17 as No. 3 Michigan held off a late flurry to beat No. 4 Ohio State 92-87 Sunday.
— Hunter Dickinson had 22 points and nine rebounds and Eli Brooks scored 17 as No. 3 Michigan held off a late flurry to beat No. 4 Ohio State 92-87 Sunday.
— E.J. Liddell scored 17 of his 23 points in the first half and No. 4 Ohio State outlasted Penn State 92-82 on Thursday night.
Gonzaga and Baylor remain atop the Top 25 poll, but are followed by a trio of Big Ten teams. And after a one-week hiatus, Kansas is once again ranked.
Is Michigan college basketball's top threat to the Gonzaga-Baylor axis?
— E.J. Liddell scored 19 points and Justin Sueing had 16 as No. 4 Ohio State pulled away to rout Indiana 78-59 on Saturday for its sixth consecutive victory.