College basketball rankings are getting updated through the first week of the 2022-23 season with the updated AP Top 25 dropping Monday.

Though the first week of the season did not feature many surprises, the B1G has a group of teams moving up on the poll. Out of the conference, Indiana leads the way at No. 12 overall, up one spot from last week.

No. 19 Illinois (up 4 spots) and No. 20 Michigan (up 2 spots) also saw bumps on the AP Poll. The biggest faller on the poll was Tennessee which plummeted 11 spots after getting upset by Colorado.

Michigan State entered the season unranked but is still trending up. The Spartans checked in as the first team in “others receiving votes” with 119 going to Tom Izzo’s squad.

Purdue, Ohio State, Iowa and Penn State were also in the others receiving votes section. North Carolina and Gonzaga remained No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, at the top of the poll.

Week 2 College Basketball AP Poll

#1 North Carolina
#2 Gonzaga
#3 Houston
#4 Kentucky
#5 Baylor
#6 Kansas
#7 Duke
#8 UCLA
#9 Arkansas
#10 Creighton
#11 Texas
#12 Indiana
#13 Auburn
#14 Arizona
#15 TCU
#16 Virginia
#17 San Diego State
#18 Alabama
#19 Illinois
#20 Michigan
#21 Dayton
#22 Tennessee
#23 Texas Tech
#24 Texas A&M
#25 UConn

Others receiving votes

Michigan State 119, Purdue 104, Villanova 96, Miami (FL) 61, Saint Louis 47, Xavier 44, Ohio State 36, Oregon 36, Iowa 36, Memphis 20, Virginia Tech 13, Colorado 11, Arizona State 9, Toledo 8, Rutgers 8, Saint Mary’s 7, Florida 5, UC Irvine 4, Grambling State 4, Seton Hall 3, Penn State 1