Earlier in the week, the Shockers beat SIU for Gregg Marshall’s 221st win at the helm of the Wichita State program. However, Wichita State received their first loss in MVC play on the road at Illinois State on Saturday.
Going 1-1 last week brought some doubt into whether the Shockers would remain ranked in week 14 of the season. ShockerHoops.net polled their followers prior to the release of this week’s polls; 54% predicted the Shockers would no longer be ranked.
After the Shockers dropped their first conference game of the year to Illinois St., do you think WSU will be ranked?
— ShockerHoops.net (@ShockerHoops) February 8, 2016