Monday Feb. 11, 2008
UNDATED (AP) -- Memphis is a unanimous number one in The
Associated Press' men's basketball poll for a second straight week.
John Calipari's Tigers remain the only unbeaten team in Division I.
They are 23-and-0 after easy wins over SMU and Central Florida last
Duke improved to 21-and-1 with wins over archrival North
Carolina and Boston College and holds down the number-two spot for
a second straight week.
Kansas moves up one spot to third and Tennessee jumps three
spots to fourth.
North Carolina dropped two places to fifth, followed by UCLA,
Stanford, Georgetown, Butler and Michigan State.
This week's second 10 is made up of Texas, Xavier, Indiana,
Drake, Wisconsin, Texas A&M, Connecticut, Kansas State, Purdue and
Washington State, Pittsburgh, Louisville, Vanderbilt and Saint
Mary's, California, hold down the last five places.
Louisville, which was sixth in the preseason poll but out of the
rankings after five regular-season polls, returns after being out
for eight weeks.
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