UNC Remains Atop AP Poll

North Carolina, Memphis and Kansas remain the top-three teams in the weekly Associated Press top-25 men's college basketball poll. The Heels, who have held the top spot since the pre-season poll, received 45 first-place votes while Memphis got 24 and Kansas three.

UCLA has moved up from the fifth spot in last week's poll to number-four after beating last week's fourth-ranked team, Washington State. Georgetown's Hoyas round out the top-five this week.

The second five features Tennessee, Duke, Washington State, Indiana and Texas A&M.

The second ten consists of Michigan State, Butler, Marquette, Dayton, Pittsburgh, Vanderbilt, Wisconsin, Mississippi, Texas and Xavier.

The bottom five are Miami, Arizona State, Rhode Island, Clemson and Villanova.

Record Pts Pvs
1. North Carolina (45) 17-0 1,765 1
2. Memphis (24) 15-0 1,739 2
3. Kansas (3) 16-0 1,678 3
4. UCLA 16-1 1,578 5
5. Georgetown 13-1 1,439 7
6. Tennessee 14-1 1,404 8
7. Duke 13-1 1,362 9
8. Washington St. 14-1 1,342 4
9. Indiana 14-1 1,215 10
10. Texas A&M 15-1 1,184 11
11. Michigan St. 14-2 988 6
12. Butler 16-1 985 14
13. Marquette 13-2 955 15
14. Dayton 14-1 793 17
15. Pittsburgh 14-2 670 20
16. Vanderbilt 16-1 658 13
17. Wisconsin 13-2 649 21
18. Mississippi 14-1 612 16
19. Texas 13-3 592 12
20. Xavier 14-3 395 24
21. Miami 14-1 286 25
22. Arizona St. 13-2 257 --
23. Rhode Island 15-2 196 22
24. Clemson 13-3 187 18
25. Villanova 11-3 140 19

Others receiving votes: Drake 75, Stanford 53, Florida 47, Saint
Mary's, Calif. 41, Oregon 39, Louisville 16, West Virginia 15,
Oklahoma 11, Illinois St. 7, Arizona 5, Arkansas 5, Baylor 4, Ohio
St. 3, Connecticut 2, Gonzaga 2, Kent St. 2, Missouri 2, Kansas St.
1, South Alabama 1.


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