Alabama no longer receiving votes in basketball polls

Well, the Crimson Tide lost three straight games to teams close or currently ranked in the polls. Does that cut Anthony Grant’s team any slack with the voters?

No.

For the first time this season, Alabama didn’t receive a single vote in either of the two major basketball polls.  These are the teams who just missed both top-25 rankings:

AP: West Virginia 96, Gonzaga 82, Vanderbilt 40, Louisville 35, Harvard 32, Wichita St. 28, Cincinnati 20, Illinois 11, Middle Tennessee 9, Dayton 3, Iona 2, Long Beach St. 1

USA Today/ESPN coaches: Florida State (13-6) 41; Gonzaga (16-3) 34; West Virginia (15-5) 33; Wichita State (17-3) 29; Middle Tennessee (19-2) 28; Vanderbilt (14-5) 20; Nevada (16-3) 12; Illinois (15-5) 6; Cincinnati (15-5) 4; Central Florida (15-4) 3; Southern Mississippi (17-3) 3; Iowa State (14-5) 2; Dayton (14-5) 1; New Mexico (15-4) 1.

Are you concerned with the direction the Tide is heading or is it just a blip on the radar? Post a comment below.


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