WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 31: Henry SIms #14 of the Georgetown Hoyas drives to the basket during a college basketball game against the Providence Friars on December 31, 2011 at the Verizon Center in Washington, DC. The Hoyas won 49-40. (Photo by Mitchell Layton/Getty Images)
The Hoyas have moved into the top 10 after a road win over Louisville last week.
Fresh off a huge road win over then-No. 4 Louisville, the Georgetown Hoyas have surged into the Top 10 in the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll. The Hoyas come in at No. 9 this week, two spots ahead of the Louisville squad they defeated by three points last Wednesday.
Georgetown is 12-1 on the year, with the only loss coming to Kansas at the Maui Invitational. The Hoyas now have two wins over Memphis, a road win over Alabama and the road win over Louisville on their resume.
- North Carolina
- Ohio State
- Michigan State
- Mississippi State
- Murray State
- Kansas State
- San Diego State
Others Receiving Votes: Creighton (11-2) 86; Ohio (12-1) 28; Stanford (12-2) 12; Vanderbilt (9-4) 8; Pittsburgh (11-4) 8; Xavier (9-4) 8; Cincinnati (11-3) 6; New Mexico (12-2) 6; Purdue (12-3) 6; Saint Louis (12-2) 6; Texas A&M (9-3) 4; St. Mary's (13-2) 3; California (12-3) 2; Seton Hall (12-2) 2; Alabama (10-3) 1; Wagner (10-3) 1
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