Hawkeyes Ranked No. 9, Cyclones No. 19 in New AP Poll

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In the new AP Top 25 released on Monday, Iowa moved up to No. 9 and Iowa State fell two spots to No. 19.

Iowa jumped seven spots and into the top 10 after posting two impressive wins last week over then-ranked No. 4 Michigan State in East Lansing and Michigan at home. The Hawkeyes have now won seven in a row and are 5-0 in the Big Ten for the first time since the 1996-97 season.

Iowa State began the week with a tough overtime loss to Texas in Austin on Tuesday, before defeating Kansas State on Saturday for a much-needed victory. The Cyclones had lost three out of their last four prior to their win against the Wildcats.

In the USA Today Coaches Poll, Iowa is now ranked No. 9 and Iowa State is No. 21.

Both teams are nationally ranked for the third week in a row.

Coming up this week, the No. 9 Hawkeyes play at Rutgers on Thursday and Purdue at home on Sunday, while the No. 19 Cyclones host No. 1 Oklahoma on Monday night and face TCU in Fort Worth on Sunday.

The complete AP Top 25:

  1. Oklahoma
  2. North Carolina
  3. Kansas
  4. Villanova
  5. Xavier
  6. West Virginia
  7. Maryland
  8. SMU
  9. Iowa
  10. Texas A&M
  11. Michigan State
  12. Arizona
  13. Virginia
  14. Baylor
  15. Miami (FL)
  16. Providence
  17. Louisville
  18. Butler
  19. Iowa State
  20. Duke
  21. USC
  22. Purdue
  23. Kentucky
  24. South Carolina
  25. Indiana
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