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:
- North Carolina
- West Virginia
- Texas A&M
- Michigan State
- Miami (FL)
- Iowa State
- South Carolina