Cardiac Hill Big East Basketball Power Rankings (3/9)

Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sport

Before the games get underway today, I thought now was as good a time as any to get out our updated Big East power rankings. It's also been a week since our last set of rankings, so we're due. Here they are - as last week, I've indicated how many spots each has risen or fallen since the last standings:

1. Georgetown (--)

2. Louisville (--)

3. Marquette (--)

4. Notre Dame (--)

5. Pitt (--)

6. Syracuse (--)

7. Providence (+1)

8. Villanova (+1)

9. Cincinnati (+2)

10. UConn (-3)

11. St. John's (-1)

12. Rutgers (--)

13. South Florida (+2)

14. Seton Hall (-1)

15. DePaul (-1)

No movement near the top. Georgetown lost to Villanova this week, but having won their last 11 in a row, I just don't see how you could realistically drop them. They're now tied with Louisville in the standings and while the Cardinals are nearly as hot as Georgetown, they also lost the head to head matchup.

You could make the argument for the Cardinals, but I'll stick with the Hoyas.

On the Pitt front, despite three straight wins, just no room to move them up above either Marquette or Notre Dame. Marquette's also won three in a row and the Irish have won three out of four, including that ugly game against the Panthers.

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