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College basketball rankings released: Louisville moves into Top five

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The final regular season AP poll was released on Monday and there were major shakeups in the Top 10.

Florida and Wichita State remain at the top of the polls. Both teams received all of the first place votes, with Florida receiving (50) of the 65 votes.

Nebraska tops Wisconsin in Big 10 battle.

Wichita State’s regular season is over and they won their conference tournament with a (34-0) record. They will be the first undefeated team playing in the NCAA tournament since UNLV in 1991.

Big East champion, Villanova, moved up to No.3 in the current poll. The Wildcats moved up three spots and are also projected as a No.1 seed in the east.

Arizona dropped one spot after losing on the road in Oregon.

Louisville moved into the Top five after earning the second seed in the American Athletic conference tournament. The Cardinals tied Cincinnati for the regular season title.

Five schools in the Top 10 have five losses or more. The list includes Kansas with eight losses at No. 10.

Virginia (6) is coming off their second loss in the ACC, but they finished the regular season (25-6).

Duke lost to Wake Forest and beat North Carolina. The Blue Devils (24-7) come in at No. 8 in the country.

Michigan won the Big 10 championship and the finished the season (23-7) and ranked No 8. The Wolverines are tied with San Diego State.

Syracuse (27-4) dropped out of the Top 10, falling four spots to No.11. The Orange lost to Georgia Tech at home and beat Florida State on the road.

North Carolina (15) dropped one spot after their loss to Duke.

Kentucky dropped out of the Top 25 after their loss to Florida.

Here is the rest of the AP Poll.

  1. Florida (50)
  2. Wichita State (15)
  3. Villanova
  4. Arizona
  5. Louisville
  6. Virginia
  7. Duke
  8. San Diego State (tie at 8)
  9. Michigan (tie at 8)
  10. Kansas
  11. Syracuse
  12. Wisconsin
  13. Cincinnati
  14. Creighton
  15. North Carolina
  16. Iowa State
  17. Oklahoma
  18. Saint Louis
  19. Memphis
  20. New Mexico
  21. Connecticut
  22. Michigan State
  23. VCU
  24. Ohio State
  25. SMU

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