Dont know whats holding the mens poll, but

Record Pts Pvs

  1. Duke (31) 18-1 1,107 1

  2. LSU (14) 18-1 1,093 2

  3. Ohio St. 19-2 1,026 3

  4. Stanford 17-2 983 5

  5. Tennessee 14-3 941 7

  6. Notre Dame 16-3 834 11

  7. Baylor 13-3 812 4

  8. Rutgers 13-4 783 6

  9. Connecticut 12-4 726 13

  10. Minnesota 16-3 725 12

  11. Michigan St. 16-3 688 8

  12. North Carolina 14-3 611 9

  13. Texas Tech 14-3 558 10

  14. Boston College 13-2 524 14

  15. Texas 10-6 499 15

  16. Kansas St. 14-3 417 20

  17. DePaul 15-3 394 18

  18. Iowa St. 15-1 393 19

  19. Georgia 15-5 252 21

  20. Maryland 13-4 225 16

  21. Florida St. 17-2 215 _

  22. Penn St. 12-6 186 _

  23. Vanderbilt 13-5 147 17

  24. Temple 15-3 85 _

  25. N.C. State 15-4 63 _

Others receiving votes: Virginia Tech 62, New Mexico 56, Iowa 53, Purdue 40, Arizona St. 36, Wis.-Green Bay 32, Arizona 11, Louisiana Tech 10, Gonzaga 8, UCLA 8, Louisville 6, Southern Cal 5, Houston 4, Oklahoma 4, Virginia 2, Richmond 1.

What? Not even any votes? The DePaul loss couldn’t have hurt us that much.

we didn’t make the men’s poll either.

[i]Originally posted by tm49er[/i]@Jan 24 2005, 03:11 PM [b] we didn't make the men's poll either. [/b]
Yeah, but at least we recieved votes there. I mean, 16-3? I know it's not the strongest schedule, but still. And we recieved votes last week, but we don't after losing to a very, very good ranked team? Anyway....

No games last week likely hurt, they were out of sight. Playing ECU yesterday will show up next week (maybe).