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College basketball rankings, Week 7: Maryland No. 4 in AP Top 25 and Coaches Poll

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The Terps moved up two spots in the AP and three in the Coaches Poll.

Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

Maryland men's basketball moved up to No. 4 in both the AP Top 25 and the Coaches Poll, both of which were released on Monday. The team moved up two spots in the AP and three in the Coaches Poll.

The Terps jumped ahead of Iowa State and Kentucky after both teams lost on Saturday. The Cyclones fell six spots in the AP to No. 11 and seven spots to No. 9 in the Coaches Poll after losing to Northern Iowa. The Wildcats fell eight spots in the to No. 12 AP and seven spots to No. 11 in the Coaches Poll after losing to Ohio State.

The Terps' only game in the past week was its second straight blowout victory, this one coming over Princeton by a score of 82 to 61.

Elsewhere in the Big Ten, Michigan State kept the top spot for the third straight week, and Purdue dropped five spots in each ranking, coming in at No. 14 in AP and No. 13 in the Coaches Poll after losing to Butler.

Maryland is also up to No. 14 in KenPom after starting the year at No. 24. The Terps will take on Marshall on Sunday in their last non-conference game before they start Big Ten play against Penn State on Dec. 30.

Here's a look at the complete polls:

AP Coaches
1 Michigan State (64) Michigan State (29)
2 Kansas (1) Oklahoma (2)
3 Oklahoma Kansas
4 Maryland Maryland
5 Virginia Virginia
6 Xavier Xavier
7 North Carolina North Carolina
8 Arizona Arizona
9 Butler Iowa State
10 Providence Duke
11 Iowa State Kentucky
12 Kentucky Butler
13 Miami Purdue
14 Purdue Providence
15 Duke Louisville
16 Louisville Miami
17 Villanova Villanova
18 SMU West Virginia
19 West Virginia Texas A&M
20 George Washington George Washington
21 Texas A&M Cincinnati
22 Cincinnati Baylor
23 Baylor South Carolina
24 Utah Gonzaga
25 South Carolina Vanderbilt