Indiana lost to unranked Illinois, but an impressive win over then-No. 10-ranked Ohio State, their first victory against a top-10 conference opponent since 1993, was enough for the Hoosiers to retain the top spot in the Associated Press Top 25 rankings. The Miami Hurricanes landed in the No. 3 position after remaining the lone "power six" school to stay unbeaten in conference play. How would your rankings look? Set them below!

Records through Feb. 11, 2013.

College basketball Top 25

Indiana

Indiana

AP rank: 1
21-3

Duke

Duke

AP rank: 2
21-2

Miami

Miami

AP rank: 3
19-3

Michigan

Michigan

AP rank: 4
21-3

Gonzaga

Gonzaga

AP rank: 5
23-2

Syracuse

Syracuse

AP rank: 6
20-3

Florida

Florida

AP rank: 7
19-3

Michigan State

Michigan State

AP rank: 8
20-4

Arizona

Arizona

AP rank: 9
20-3

Kansas State

Kansas State

AP rank: 10
19-4

Butler

Butler

AP rank: 11
20-4

Louisville

Louisville

AP rank: 12
19-5

Ohio State

Ohio State

AP rank: 13
17-6

Kansas

Kansas

AP rank: 14
19-4

Georgetown

Georgetown

AP rank: 15
17-4

Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh

AP rank: 16
20-5

Oklahoma State

Oklahoma State

AP rank: 17
17-5

Marquette

Marquette

AP rank: 18
17-5

New Mexico

New Mexico

AP rank: 19
20-4

Wisconsin

Wisconsin

AP rank: 20
17-7

Notre Dame

Notre Dame

AP rank: 21
19-5

Memphis

Memphis

AP rank: 22
20-3

Oregon

Oregon

AP rank: 23
19-5

Colorado State

Colorado State

AP rank: 24
19-4

Kentucky

Kentucky

AP rank: 25
17-6

Minnesota

Minnesota

AP rank: Not ranked
17-7

Missouri

Missouri

AP rank: Not ranked
17-6

Cincinnati

Cincinnati

AP rank: Not ranked
18-6

Saint Mary's

Saint Mary's

AP rank: Not ranked
21-4

Creighton

Creighton

AP rank: Not ranked
20-5

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