Florida, Wichita State and Arizona are the top three teams in The Associated Press college basketball poll for the second straight week.
Florida is the new No. 1 in the AP college basketball poll, the Gators' first time on top of the rankings since they repeated as national champions in 2007.
Syracuse is still No. 1 in the AP college basketball poll, but it is no longer a unanimous choice.
Syracuse is a unanimous No. 1 in The Associated Press college basketball poll for the second straight week while SMU moved into the Top 25 for the first time in almost three decades.
Syracuse jumped over Arizona for the No. 1 spot in The Associated Press Top 25 following the Wildcats' first loss of the season.
Arizona and Syracuse are 1-2 in The Associated Press college basketball poll for the eighth consecutive week.
Dave Tuley gives his against-the-spread picks for the Midwest Region of the 2013 NCAA tournament.
Joe Lunardi breaks down all 68 teams in his 2013 NCAA tournament Video Previews.
In the March 17 edition of The Bilas Index, Jay Bilas ranks the top 68 teams in the nation as the NCAA tournament field is set.
In the March 11 edition of The Bilas Index, Jay Bilas gives his rankings and analysis of the 68 best teams in college basketball, and looks at what could go right or wrong for each in the NCAA tournament.
In the March 4 edition of The Bilas Index, Jay Bilas gives his rankings and analysis of the 68 best teams in college basketball.
In the Feb. 25 edition of The Bilas Index, Jay Bilas gives his rankings and analysis of the top 68 teams in college basketball.
In the latest edition of his ranking of the top 68 teams in the country, Jay Bilas has Rick Pitino's Louisville team at No. 1.
When Syracuse announced last year it was leaving the Big East for the ACC, former Big East commissioner Mike Tranghese said it "ripped out the heart" of the league's seven Catholic basketball schools.
The seven Big East schools that don't play FBS football have decided to leave the conference and pursue a new basketball framework.
The seven Catholic schools in the Big East have agreed to leave the conference, but Georgetown is not on board with the process of departure, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.