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Men’s College Basketball: AP and USA Today polls

AP Top 25

The top 25 teams in The Associated Press’ college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Jan. 12, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and last week’s ranking:

Record       Pts            Prv

1. Gonzaga (30) 18-1 1574 1

2. Baylor (31) 13-1 1567 4

3. Duke (4) 15-1 1529 2

4. Auburn 15-0 1359 5

5. Butler 15-1 1299 6

6. Kansas 12-3 1286 3

7. San Diego St. 17-0 1266 7

8. Oregon 14-3 1163 9

9. Florida St. 14-2 1093 10

10. Kentucky 12-3 960 14

11. Louisville 13-3 943 13

12. West Virginia 13-2 911 17

13. Dayton 14-2 842 15

14. Villanova 12-3 822 16

15. Michigan St. 13-4 735 8

16. Wichita St. 15-1 629 23

17. Maryland 13-3 616 12

18. Seton Hall 12-4 496 —

19. Michigan 11-5 358 19

20. Colorado 13-3 345 25

21. Ohio St. 11-5 270 11

22. Memphis 13-3 232 21

23. Texas Tech 10-5 111 22

24. Illinois 12-5 109 —

25. Creighton 13-4 97 —

Others receiving votes: Iowa 88, Stanford 77, Arkansas 65, Indiana 50, Virginia 41, Penn St. 36, LSU 30, Arizona 20, Wisconsin 19, Liberty 11, N. Iowa 10, Purdue 10, Duquesne 9, Washington 9, Rutgers 8, TCU 8, Virginia Tech 5, Houston 4, Oregon St. 4, BYU 3, ETSU 2, Akron 1, Harvard 1, Saint Mary’s (Cal) 1, Southern Cal 1.

  USA Today Top 25

The top 25 teams in the USA Today men’s college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Jan. 12, points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and last week’s ranking:

Record Pts Pvs

1. Gonzaga (16) 18-1 775 1

2. Baylor (10) 13-1 764 4

3. Duke (6) 15-1 757 2

4. Auburn 15-0 685 5

5. Butler 15-1 660 6

6. San Diego State 17-0 622 7

7. Kansas 12-3 586 3

8. Oregon 14-3 543 9

9. Florida State 14-2 508 10

10. Louisville 13-3 469 11

11. Dayton 14-2 452 15

12. Kentucky 12-3 449 13

13. West Virginia 13-2 432 17

14. Michigan State 13-4 391 8

15. Villanova 12-3 356 16

16. Wichita State 15-1 309 23

17. Maryland 13-3 301 14

18. Seton Hall 12-4 279 25

19. Ohio State 11-5 137 12

20. Michigan 11-5 131 19

21. Colorado 13-3 120 —

22. Memphis 13-3 73 22

23. Texas Tech 10-5 72 21

24. Iowa 11-5 60 —

25. Stanford 14-2 59 —

Others receiving votes: Creighton 53, Virginia 51, Arkansas 44, Indiana 38, Arizona 37, Illinois 33, Penn State 23, LSU 22, Rutgers 19, Houston 18, Wisconsin 17, Purdue 15, Northern Iowa 10, TCU 7, Marquette 6, Saint Mary’s 6, Xavier 4, New Mexico 3, Liberty 2, Providence 1, Yale 1.

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