College basketball rankings: Michigan moves to No. 1 in AP Poll

Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

For the first time since 1992, the Michigan Wolverines are ranked No. 1 in college basketball's AP Poll.

There's a split in the polls over who the country's top team is, with the latest AP Poll slotting the Michigan Wolverines into the No. 1 spot. The Kansas Jayhawks narrowly edged out UM for the top spot in the USA Today coaches poll.

In the AP edition, however, it's the Wolverines, which ascended to the top spot for the first time since 1992. Michigan received 51 first-place votes while Kansas garnered only 13 first-place votes. It won't be easy for John Beilein's club to hold on to No. 1 however, with a road game at No. 3 Indiana next weekend. The No. 1 team has been unable to stay in the that spot for the past three weeks.

Marquette and San Diego State are the newcomers this week, replacing Notre Dame and VCU. Here's this week's complete AP Poll:

Rank School Record Points
1 Michigan (51) 19-1 1,611
2 Kansas (13) 18-1 1,572
3 Indiana 18-2 1,457
4 Florida (1) 16-2 1,420
5 Duke 17-2 1,328
6 Syracuse 18-2 1,322
7 Gonzaga 19-2 1,177
8 Arizona 17-2 1,160
9 Butler 17-3 1,023
10 Oregon 18-2 969
11 Ohio State 15-4 945
12 Louisville 16-4 905
13 Michigan State 17-4 897
14 Miami (FL) 15-3 894
15 Wichita State 19-2 621
16 Ole Miss 17-2 473
17 Missouri 15-4 464
18 Kansas State 15-4 463
19 North Carolina State 16-4 431
20 New Mexico 17-3 333
21 Creighton 18-3 312
22 San Diego State 16-4 302
23 Minnesota 15-5 281
24 Cincinnati 16-4 220
25 Marquette 14-4 216
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