Head coach Kalen DeBoer announced his resignation today, which is really unfortunate.

Projected rankings and NCAA Tournament brackets are more exciting than ever for fans of Alabama basketball, despite the fact that they will surely change hundreds of times before Selection Sunday in college basketball.

When the Alabama Crimson Tide advanced to their first-ever Final Four, Nate Oats’ program shot to elite prominence, and Crimson Tide fans are devoted to it.

Currently, Rothstein’s Top 45 includes eleven SEC clubs. As it was a few weeks ago, Alabama basketball is rated No. 2. At No. 11, Auburn remains the second-best SEC club. With a ranking of No. 12, Texas A&M is the only other SEC team whose spot hasn’t moved. The previously rated Arkansas Razorbacks, who were at No. 31, quickly rose to No. 13. Florida fell to 19th place from 17th. The Tennessee Vols dropped even farther, from No. 18 to No. 21. Texas dropped to No. 29 from No. 2. Mississippi State received No. 39, Georgia received No. 42, Kentucky received No. 43, and Ole Miss received No. 44.

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