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NCAA Basketball Rankings: Duke Still No. 1 In AP Top 25 Poll; Undefeated San Diego State and BYU Rising

The latest NCAA Basketball AP Top 25 rankings came out on Monday, and the Duke Blue Devils retained their unanimous No. 1 ranking, receiving all 65 first-place votes. Ohio State, Kansas, Connecticut and Syracuse round out the top five, and all are undefeated.

The Tennessee Volunteers moved to 7-0 after defeating Pittsburgh, 83-76, and then jumped from No. 11 to No. 7. Pitt (10-1) dropped from No. 3 to No. 8 after the loss. Other teams that moved down included Michigan State (No. 14) and Georgetown (No. 15).

The Big 12's Texas A&M Aggies moved from No. 32 to No. 25 this week after defeating Washington in a 63-62 squeaker. Washington fell out of the rankings.

In the Mountain West Conference, the San Diego State Aztecs and the BYU Cougars also moved up in the rankings after they both moved to 10-0 on the season. San Diego State reached No. 11 and BYU No. 16.

Central Florida was the last team out of the rankings with 62 points. No Colorado team received any votes.

The full results:

   1. Duke (65)
   2. Ohio State
   3. Kansas
   4. Connecticut
   5. Syracuse
   6. Kansas State
   7. Tennessee
   8. Pittsburgh
   9. Baylor
  10. Villanova
  11. San Diego State
  12. Illinois
  13. Missouri
  14. Michigan State
  15. Georgetown
  16. Brigham Young
  17. Kentucky
  18. Memphis
  19. Purdue
  20. Louisville
  21. Minnesota
  22. Texas
  23. UNLV
  24. Notre Dame
  25. Texas A&M