The latest roster changes across college basketball have resulted in Michigan State sliding out of the top 25 in analyst Jon Rothstein’s preseason rankings.
Rothstein puts together a constantly updated “Rothstein 45” college basketball rankings, and the Spartans have dropped to No. 27 in the latest update. There has been plenty of roster changes due to transfers and players withdrawing from the NBA Draft that has pushed some teams ahead of Michigan State in this ranking.
Other Big Ten teams listed in Rothstein’s rankings include: Purdue (No. 6), Michigan (No. 7), Maryland (No. 16), Ohio State (No. 19), Indiana (No. 33), Illinois (No. 34) and Rutgers (No. 36).
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