AP Top 25 College Basketball Rankings: Duke remains No. 1, Indiana rises

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The 2016-17 college basketball season is underway and the Associated Press has released the latest AP Top 25 poll with the opening weekend in the books.

The Duke Blue Devils remained No. 1 overall in the latest AP Poll, while Kentucky kept its spot at No. 2.

One of the biggest statements on opening weekend came from the Indiana Hoosiers, who jumped from No. 11 to No. 6, while also picking up a first-place vote. Kansas, on the other hand, fell from No. 3 to No. 7.

Where does your favorite team stand after the opening week of the season?

The full AP Top 25 college basketball rankings can be seen below, with first-place votes in parenthesis:

Record Pts Prv
1. Duke (58) 2-0 1613 1
2. Kentucky (1) 2-0 1508 2
3. Villanova (5) 1-0 1492 4
4. Oregon 1-0 1349 5
5. North Carolina 2-0 1347 6
6. Indiana (1) 1-0 1322 11
7. Kansas 0-1 1206 3
8. Virginia 1-0 1121 8
9. Wisconsin 1-0 1097 9
10. Arizona 1-0 1092 10
11. Xavier 1-0 1025 7
12. Louisville 1-0 811 13
13. Michigan St. 0-1 729 12
14. Gonzaga 1-0 725 14
15. Purdue 1-0 700 15
16. UCLA 2-0 622 16
17. Saint Mary’s (Cal) 1-0 593 17
18. Syracuse 1-0 551 19
19. West Virginia 1-0 392 20
20. Iowa St. 1-0 254 24
21. Rhode Island 1-0 250 23
22. Creighton 1-0 232 22
23. Texas 1-0 230 21
24. Cincinnati 1-0 120
25. California 1-0 109

 

Others receiving votes: Dayton 102, Maryland 100, Florida St. 95, San Diego St. 54, Florida 38, Miami 38, Wichita St. 37, Butler 26, NC State 23, Virginia Tech 21, Texas A&M 16, Notre Dame 14, Oklahoma 11, Ohio St. 9, UConn 9, Marquette 7, Monmouth (NJ) 7, Clemson 6, Seton Hall 6, Colorado 5, Mississippi St. 4, Ohio 2, Wagner 2, Yale 1, SMU 1, Princeton 1.

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