Despite the LSU basketball team's dramatic victory in overtime against the Tennessee No. 5 on Saturday, the Tigers remained in 13th place in the top 25 poll of the AP released Monday morning.
LSU, who won six spots at number 13 a week ago as a result of a win on the road, then defeated. 5 Kentucky, stayed in place after defeating Tennessee and losing to Florida, which was badly ranked.
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The USA Today Coaching Survey, which had 15 LSU units a week ago, is expected to be released this afternoon.
LSU's win over Tennessee, which tied the SEC for first place in the standings after Kentucky was crushed by Auburn, came three days after a 82-77 loss to the USA. Florida.
Will Wade's team, which had 773 points last week, received 836 points in the new AP poll. This places the Tigers just behind Nevada No. 12, with 883 points.
Purdue was a place behind LSU with 820 points.
After a surprising 82-77 overtime defeat to Florida on Wednesday, LSU's basketball team clinched its second win among the five …
LSU (22-5, 12-2 SEC) is now ranked nine weeks this season. This is the largest number of participations in the program since the 2007 team was ranked for 12 weeks.
LSU is one of three SEC teams participating in the AP survey this week.
Kentucky remained fourth, while Tennessee lost two places in seventh place. Mississippi State and Auburn were among the teams that received votes.
LSU, needing a win in their last four games to win the SEC tournament double, which begins March 13, will host Texas A & M at 8 pm Tuesday.
Wade's team, which will travel to Alabama on Saturday for an 11-hour break, can win the SEC's first men's basketball title since 2009 with wins in its last four games.
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