NCAA basketball rankings: Indiana remains atop AP poll

Paul Abell-US PRESSWIRE

Indiana remains as the top ranked team in the Associated Press Top-25 poll in college basketball. The top four positions remain unchanged.

The Indiana Hoosiers remain the No. 1 team in men's college basketball, according to the Associated Press Top 25 poll released on Monday morning.

Currently sitting with an overall record of 9-0, the Hoosiers maintain control of the top spot in the rankings and received 44 of a potential 64 first place votes. The other 20 first place votes went to the Duke Blue Devils, who remained in the No. 2 overall position and also have a 9-0 overall record.

The Michigan Wolverines also remained consistent in the poll, coming in at the No. 3 overall position, as did Syracuse who managed to maintain control of No. 4 overall. Florida managed to jump into the top-five as they switched spots with Louisville, who had previously held the No. 5 position.

The largest jump came from Illinois who climbed three spots, claiming the No. 10 overall position. Gonzaga suffered the largest drop, falling four spots to No. 14.

For a complete list of the rankings, click here.

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