That will be the question on the minds of fans on the way home from Maui and for those back in Dayton until the polls come out Monday. Dayton (5-1) climbed from No. 53 to No. 25 in the Ken Pomeroy ratings after beating No. 67 Georgia and No. 57 Virginia Tech and losing 90-84 in overtime to No. 8 Kansas, which ranks fourth in the Associated Press poll, in the Maui Invitational championship on Wednesday.
One national college basketball writer, Gary Parrish, of CBS Sports, updates his poll daily. He did not have Dayton ranked until they beat Virginia Tech on Tuesday and then moved the Flyers all the way to No. 9, where they remained Thursday after the loss to Kansas.