NCAA Basketball Rankings: AP Poll Has Duke No. 1, But Not Unanimously

There isn't too much difference in this week's NCAA basketball rankings between the coaches poll and the AP poll, with a uniform top five and a  similar 6-10 of Pittsburgh, San Diego State, Villinova, Missouri and Georgetown. The rest of the top 25 is almost lock step down the line, with only No. 24 UCF edging out Louisville to  prevent the lists from being identical in terms of teams included. Perhaps of some note: Duke received all but one No. 1 vote from the AP, which went to Ohio State.

Full AP poll below.

1 Duke (64)
2 Ohio State (1)
3 Kansas
4 Connecticut
5 Syracuse
6 Pittsburgh
7 San Diego State
8 Villanova
9 Missouri
10 Georgetown
11 Kansas State
12 Michigan State
13 Kentucky
14 Purdue
15 Baylor
16 Memphis
17 Minnesota
18 Texas
19 Tennessee
20 Florida
21 Illinois
22 Notre Dame
23 Brigham Young
24 UCF
25 Texas A&M

Others Receiving Votes: Louisville(9-1) 124; Vanderbilt(8-2) 49; Washington(7-3) 49; Temple(8-2) 39; West Virginia(8-2) 24; Wisconsin(9-2) 16; Northwestern(7-0) 15; Cincinnati(10-0) 14; North Carolina(7-4) 10; UNLV(10-2) 10; Arizona(10-2) 8; Drexel(8-1) 6; St. Mary's(9-2) 3; Gonzaga(6-5) 3; Washington State(8-1) 3; Boston College(9-2) 2; Oklahoma State(10-1) 2; Old Dominion(8-2) 2; Cleveland State(12-1) 1; New Mexico(9-1) 1

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