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It’s time for another busy week in the college basketball world.
As the conference tournaments loom around the corner, the Virginia Cavaliers have reached the No. 1 spot in the AP Top 25 poll for the first time in more than 35 years.
Virginia received 30 of a potential 65 first-place votes.
A total of four teams received first-place votes — Virginia (30), Michigan State (21), Villanova (9) and Xavier (5) — with Cincinnati rounding out the top five.
Ohio State and Gonzaga both jumped into the top ten in the latest Associated Press poll, while Texas A&M and Arizona State went from unranked to the top 25.
Where does your favorite team stand in the latest rankings?
The full college basketball AP Top 25 Poll can be seen below, with first-place votes in parenthesis:
- Virginia (30)
- Michigan State (21)
- Villanova (9)
- Xavier (5)
- Texas Tech
- Ohio State
- North Carolina
- Saint Mary’s
- Rhode Island
- Wichita State
- West Virginia
- Texas A&M
- Arizona State
On Monday, the only ranked teams in action are No. 14 North Carolina and No. 20 West Virginia.