UNDATED (AP) _ The top six teams in this week's men's Associated
Press top-25 college basketball poll are the same as in last week's
poll. At the top of the list is North Carolina as the Tar Heels
received 48 first place votes from the 72-member national media
Second-ranked Memphis was given 19 first place ballots while
number-three Kansas and fourth-ranked Texas each got two.
Fifth-ranked Georgetown received the remaining first-place vote.
The second five in this week's poll features Duke, Washington
State, UCLA, Michigan State and Marquette.
The next ten are Pittsburgh, Tennessee, Indiana, Texas A&M,
Clemson, Oregon, Xavier, Butler, Gonzaga and Vanderbilt.
The last five ranked schools are Arizona, Louisville, Villanova,
Saint Mary's and BYU.
The appearance of St. Mary's means there are two West Coast
Conference schools in the poll. The other is Gonzaga. The last time
the Gaels were in the top-25 was back in the 1988-'89 season
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