North Carolina, Memphis and Kansas remain the top-three teams in the weekly Associated Press top-25 men's college basketball poll. The Heels, who have held the top spot since the pre-season poll, received 45 first-place votes while Memphis got 24 and Kansas three.
UCLA has moved up from the fifth spot in last week's poll to number-four after beating last week's fourth-ranked team, Washington State. Georgetown's Hoyas round out the top-five this week.
The second five features Tennessee, Duke, Washington State, Indiana and Texas A&M.
The second ten consists of Michigan State, Butler, Marquette, Dayton, Pittsburgh, Vanderbilt, Wisconsin, Mississippi, Texas and Xavier.
The bottom five are Miami, Arizona State, Rhode Island, Clemson and Villanova.
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