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Nebrasketball: Fan Pulse Week 5 and Men’s/Women’s AP Poll Results

3rd place in the Cayman Islands Classic yields what results in fan confidence?

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Fan Pulse Results

Confidence is up for the third week in a row... but by less than one percent. It now sits at 84% right now.

We have finally reached the point of the season where I’ll start to hide previous weeks so you don’t have to try and scroll over to see the most recent week-over-week change. Hopefully as football season has drawn to a close I will get the data from SBNation and can post it sooner in the week so the AP results aren’t a few days old, too.

Big changes for the week see Northwestern up almost 30%, while Wisconsin sunk over 40%.

Men’s AP Poll:

The Big Ten keeps three teams in the AP top ten, with Michigan receiving 4 first place votes and tying Kansas’s 1989 team for the biggest jump from un-ranked to ranked in one week in AP poll history. Three other teams received votes this week.

1. Louisville Cardinals (48 first-place votes), 7-0, (last week: 2)

2. Kansas Jayhawks (3), 6-1, (4)

3. Maryland Terrapins, 8-0, (5)

4. Michigan Wolverines (9), 7-0, (NR)

5. Virginia Cavaliers (5), 7-0, (7)

6. Ohio State Buckeyes, 7-0, (10)

7. North Carolina Tar Heels, 6-1, (6)

8. Kentucky Wildcats, 6-1, (9)

9. Gonzaga Bulldogs, 8-1, (8)

10. Duke Blue Devils, 7-1, (1)

11. Michigan State Spartans, 5-2, (3)

12. Arizona Wildcats, 9-0, (14)

13. Oregon Ducks, 6-2, (11)

14. Auburn Tigers, 7-0, (18)

15. Memphis Tigers, 6-1, (16)

16. Seton Hall Pirates, 6-2, (13)

17. Florida State Seminoles, 7-1, (NR)

18. Baylor Bears, 5-1, (19)

19. Dayton Flyers, 5-1, (NR)

20. Colorado Buffaloes, 6-0, (21)

21. Tennessee Volunteers, 6-1, (17)

22. Washington Huskies, 5-1, (23)

23. Villanova Wildcats, 5-2, (22)

24. Butler Bulldogs, 7-0, (NR)

25. Utah State Aggies, 7-1, (15)

Others receiving votes: Florida Gators 111, Xavier Musketeers 91, San Diego State Aztecs 89, Saint Mary’s (Cal) 86, Oklahoma State Cowboys 85, Texas Tech Red Raiders 43, West Virginia Mountaineers 28, Purdue Boilermakers 24, DePaul Blue Demons 18, Arkansas Razorbacks 17, Indiana Hoosiers 13, Penn State Nittany Lions 9, Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks 7, Oklahoma Sooners 6, Liberty Flames 5, Notre Dame Fighting Irish 2, Richmond Spiders 2, Virginia Commonwealth Rams 2, SMU Mustangs 1, Delaware Blue Hens 1.

Women’s AP Poll:

Four teams are ranked out of the Big Ten, and four more received votes. Michigan jumped back into the top 25, Maryland stayed in the top ten at #9, Indiana jumped to #14, and MSU dropped to #19 after losing to LSU (who is now #25).

1. Stanford, (23 first place votes), 8-0, 3

2. Louisville, (5), 8-0, 8

3. Oregon, 6-1, 1

4. UConn (2), 6-0, 4

5. Oregon St., 7-0 623 7

6. South Carolina, 8-1, 5

7. Baylor , 7-1, 2

8. Florida St., 7-0, 12

9. Maryland, 7-1, 9

10. Mississippi St., 8-1, 10

11. UCLA, 7-0, 11

12. Texas A&M, 5-1, 6

13. NC State, 8-0, 12

14. Indiana, 6-1, 17

15. Kentucky, 7-0, 14

16. DePaul, 6-1, 16

17. Tennessee, 7-0, 20

18. Gonzaga, 6-1, 22

19. Michigan St., 6-1, 15

20. Arizona, 7-0, 24

21. Miami, 5-2, 19

22. Missouri St., 7-1, NR

23. Arkansas, 7-1, 25

24. Michigan, 6-1, NR

25. LSU, 7-1, NR

Others receiving votes: Syracuse 29, Florida Gulf Coast 28, South Dakota 27, West Virginia 24, Minnesota 10, Notre Dame 5, North Carolina 5, Rutgers 3, Northwestern 3, Purdue 2, Colorado 1, Creighton 1, TCU 1, Drake 1.