NCAA Basketball Rankings: George Mason Enters Top 25, Georgetown Falls To 17 In ESPN/USA Today Top 25 Poll

George Mason is on the longest winning streak in the nation (16 games and counting) and as a result they are starting to gain some serious national attention in the latest NCAA Rankings. The voters have finally put the Patriots in the ESPN USA/Today Top 25 poll, as they come in at No. 25 in this week's rankings.

The other ranked team in the area, Georgetown, took a bit of a tumble this week after losing two games and starting point guard Chris Wright to a broken hand. They are now ranked 17th in the ESPN USA/Today Poll, which is pretty remarkable considering that they are just 10-7 in conference. 

Here is the rest of the ESPN/USA Today Poll.

  1. Ohio State (17)
  2. Kansas (14)
  3. BYU
  4. Duke
  5. Pittsburgh
  6. Purdue
  7. Notre Dame
  8. Texas
  9. San Diego State
  10. Wisconsin
  11. Louisville
  12. Syracuse
  13. North Carolina
  14. Florida
  15. St. John's 
  16. Connecticut
  17. Georgetown
  18. Arizona
  19. Villanova
  20. Vanderbilt
  21. Utah State
  22. Texas A&M
  23. Kentucky
  24. Missouri 
  25. George Mason

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Xavier 67, Temple 57, UCLA 24, Kansas State 12, Alabama 6, Missouri State 3, Cleveland State 1, Virginia Tech 1

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