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2010-11 college basketball rankings: End of season

Kemba Walker #15 of the Connecticut Huskies cuts down the net after defeating the Butler Bulldogs.
Kemba Walker #15 of the Connecticut Huskies cuts down the net after defeating the Butler Bulldogs.
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Examiners from across the country came together to decide who are the best teams after UConn won the National Championship.

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Rank, School (points) - #1 votes

1. UConn (548) - 21
2. Butler (491)
3. Kentucky (486)
4. Kansas (466) - 1
5. Ohio State (453)
6. Duke (419)
7. North Carolina (414)
8. Arizona (378)
9. VCU (371)
10. Florida (366)
11. San Diego State (340)
12. BYU (308)
13. Pittsburgh (257)
14. Notre Dame (256)
15. Wisconsin (235)
16. Texas (198)
17. Syracuse (197)
18. Purdue (173)
19. Florida State (118)
20. Marquette (116)
21. Richmond (107)
22. Louisville (77)
23. Kansas State (69)
24. Washington (61)
25. St. John's (35)

Others receiving votes: Utah State (30), Cincinnati (28), Michigan (26), Temple (22), West Virginia (20), Wichita State (13), Texas A&M 12), Georgetown (8), Xavier (8), UCLA (7), Morehead State (5), Vanderbilt (4), UNLV (4), Old Dominion (4), Belmont (4), Illinois (3), Long Island (3), George Mason (1), Princeton (1), Miami (1)

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