College basketball rankings, AP Poll: Colorado receives no votes

John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

A week after falling out of the top 25, the Colorado Buffaloes didn't earn a vote after being whipped by the Kansas Jayhawks.

The Colorado Buffaloes didn't receive a vote in the Dec. 10 edition of The Associated Press Top 25 poll for men's basketball.

Tad Boyle's squad dropped out of the top 25 last week following a loss to Wyoming, but still garnered 44 votes to be ranked 33rd. After rebounding from their first loss of the year and beating rival Colorado State, 70-61, last Wednesday, the Buffs got trounced, 90-54, in a visit to the No. 9 Kansas Jayhawks on Saturday.

Colorado committed 18 turnovers and shot 37 percent from the field against the Jayhawks.

The Indiana Hoosiers remain at the top of the AP Poll and earned 44 of the 64 first-place votes. The No. 2 Duke Blue Devils got the other 20 first-place votes. Those teams are followed, in order, by Michigan, Syracuse and Florida to fill out the top five. The top 10 also includes Louisville, Ohio State, Arizona, Kansas and Illinois.

Other than Arizona, the Pac-12's representation is limited to Oregon, who is a spot outside the top 25.

Colorado State, who earned five votes last week, also failed to earn a vote this week after falling to the Buffs and then Illinois-Chicago.

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