Michigan State remains atop the AP Top 25 Poll this week, further cementing its place at number one by increasing its first place vote total by five.
The mid-major ranks continue to hold steady at three, but it isn't the same three as just a week ago.
VCU fell out of the rankings after losing twice in Puerto Rico.
But Gonzaga and Wichita State each gained two spots in the poll, up to 11 and 12. Massachusetts joins the rankings this week at No. 24 after winning the Charleston Classic. The Minutemen are 6-0 with wins over four major conference opponents.
Also receiving votes this week are VCU, Charlotte, Belmont, Harvard and George Washington.
Here is the complete AP Top 25 poll for Week 4.
|1||Michigan State (56)||6-0||1616||1|
|5||Oklahoma State (1)||4-0||1347||7|
|Others Receiving Votes: New Mexico 82, Virginia Commonwealth 71, Florida State 63, Virginia 61, Indiana 47, Boise State 35, Charlotte 35, Belmont 31, Arizona State 23, Harvard 22, Colorado 19, Villanova 16, Xavier 11, Pittsburgh 10, Missouri 8, Tennessee 7, Cincinnati 7, Minnesota 6, Illinois 2, Texas A&M 1, George Washington 1, Georgetown 1|
So what do you think? Who is the snub this week?