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AP Men's Basketball Poll: UNI up to #11, ISU stays at #14

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UNI men's basketball coach Ben Jacobson shakes hands after the Panthers' 68-57 win over Missouri State on Saturday. UNI men's basketball coach Ben Jacobson shakes hands after the Panthers' 68-57 win over Missouri State on Saturday.
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After decisive wins over Illinois State and Missouri State this week, the University of Northern Iowa moved up two spots to No. 11 on the Associated Press's men's basketball Top 25 poll.

It's the second week in a row that UNI has claimed the title of best men's basketball program in the state.

UNI has now won 13 games in a row and are at 24-2 on the season. The Panthers will play Loyola on Wednesday in Chicago and host Bradley on Saturday at 3 p.m. in the McLeod Center.

Iowa State University lost to Oklahoma on the road but won their 21st-straight home game against No. 21 West Virginia this week. The Cyclones stay in the No. 14 spot in the poll and are 18-6 on the season.

The ISU men will have another tough week, with two road games against No. 22 Oklahoma State on Wednesday and Texas on Saturday. Both games will be nationally broadcast. 
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