The top four stay put for another week, but below Virginia, Cal Poly, Oregon State and Louisiana, chaos ensues.
Virginia and Cal Poly remain at the top of our weekly power rankings, but the rest of the poll looks vastly different.
Jay Bilas gives his (very) early choices for the top contenders to win the 2014-15 national championship, picking out the 15 best teams.
Joe Lunardi takes a look at the 2014-15 season's top-line odds to provide his most likely candidates for a No. 1 seed come Selection Sunday 2015.
The top three teams maintain their spots for the second week in a row, but teams like Louisiana-Lafayette that have been on hot streaks are creeping up the list.
With the close of the 2013-14 season, it's time to look ahead to 2014-15. How will recruiting impact which team is cutting down the nets at next year's Final Four?
Arizona headlines early Top 25 for 2014-15 men's college basketball season.
Doug McDermott, who finished his career at Creighton as college basketball's fifth-leading scorer, is a near-unanimous selection as The Associated Press' player of the year.
Virginia and Cal Poly stay put at the top, but 15 of the top 20 in last week's Power Rankings suffered losses.
John Gasaway explains why a healthy Michigan State team lives up to its pre-tourney hype.
Branden Dawson had 24 points and 10 rebounds, and Michigan State beat top-seeded Virginia 61-59 on Friday night to advance to the East Regional final.
March Madness has taken hold of New York
Virginia coach Tony Bennett's pack-line defense has helped the Cavaliers reach the Sweet 16.
John Gasaway takes a look at where each Sweet 16 team stands, and the title chances for each.
Myron Medcalf reseeds the Sweet 16 field based on how each team has played in the NCAA tournament.
Joe Harris scored 16 points and top-seeded Virginia shot 56 percent to beat Memphis 78-60 on Sunday night, earning its first trip to the NCAA tournament round of 16 in nearly two decades.