There were plenty of changes in this week's AP poll after a week of upheaval.
The national headlines belong to Baylor, which vaulted up to No. 1 and owns the top spot in the rankings for the first time in program history. But in the Big Ten, there was tons of shuffling, with Purdue moving up, Wisconsin moving down, Minnesota moving in and Indiana moving out of the top 25.
The Boilermakers moved up to No. 17, a three-spot jump, after a convincing win over the Badgers on Sunday afternoon in West Lafayette. Purdue is one of four teams tied atop the Big Ten standings with a 3-1 league record. Overall, the Boilers are 14-3 with losses to current No. 3 Villanova, current No. 14 Louisville and current No. 24 Minnesota.
The Badgers dropped five spots from No. 13 to No. 18 following their first loss of conference play. Wisconsin sits at 13-3 overall and 2-1 in the Big Ten. The Badgers' three losses have come against current No. 8 Creighton, current No. 11 North Carolina and current No. 17 Purdue.
The Gophers are into the top 25 for the first time this season at No. 24. After wins this past week over Northwestern and Ohio State, Minnesota is a stellar 15-2 overall record on the year and tied at the top of the Big Ten standings with a 3-1 league mark. The Gophers' lone losses have come against current No. 9 Florida State and Michigan State.
The Hoosiers dropped out of the rankings after a loss last week to the Badgers. That loss to Wisconsin extended Indiana's losing streak to three games, a streak the Hoosiers snapped with a win over Illinois on Saturday. But Indiana sits at 11-5 overall and 1-2 in the conference.
Indiana also received votes this week, as did Maryland.