Indiana is ranked in both AP and Coaches' polls.

BLOOMINGTON, IN - DECEMBER 10: Tom Crean the head coach of the Indiana Hoosiers gives instructions to #1 as Indiana beat the Kentucky Wildcats 73-72 in the game at Assembly Hall on December 10, 2011 in Bloomington, Indiana. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
Nearly four years after IU last was ranked, the Hoosiers are back in the top 25 in both the Associated Press (media) and USA Today (coaches') polls. IU is ranked #18 by AP and #20 by USA Today. I don't put a ton of stock in the human polls, personally; I pay much more attention to the reputable computer ratings (where IU is now #13 in Pomeroy and #6 in Sagarin), but it's still an important milestone, and is more than anyone could have hoped only a month into the season. There's something comforting about seeing that little number next to the on-screen scoreboard, and IU has a chance to be seeing that for a while. Congrats, guys, and keep it up.


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