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KSU Up To #6 IN AP College Hoops Poll
02/22/2010

Kansas is again the runaway No. 1 in The Associated Press'

college basketball poll, while No. 5 Duke is the only team from the

Atlantic Coast Conference in the Top 25.

The last time the ACC had just one ranked team was Dec. 13,

1977, when North Carolina was No. 5.

The Jayhawks received 61 first-place votes from the 65-member

national media panel Monday to remain on top for the fourth

straight week and 13th this season. Kentucky, which was No. 1 on

the other four ballots, held on to second.

Purdue, Syracuse, Duke and Kansas State all moved up spot from

last week to round out the first six, while Villanova, which lost

two games last week, dropped four places to seventh.

West Virginia, Ohio State and New Mexico finish the top 10.

The top 25 teams in The Associated Press' college basketball

poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Feb.

21, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through

one point for a 25th-place vote and previous ranking:

Record Pts Pvs

1. Kansas (61) 26-1 1,621 1

2. Kentucky (4) 26-1 1,559 2

3. Purdue 23-3 1,470 4

4. Syracuse 25-2 1,455 5

5. Duke 23-4 1,323 6

6. Kansas St. 22-4 1,302 7

7. Villanova 22-4 1,189 3

8. West Virginia 21-5 1,183 8

9. Ohio St. 21-7 1,097 9

10. New Mexico 25-3 997 12

11. Georgetown 18-7 846 10

12. Pittsburgh 21-6 806 19

13. BYU 25-3 795 16

14. Michigan St. 21-7 794 11

15. Butler 25-4 673 18

16. Vanderbilt 20-6 599 17

17. Wisconsin 20-7 528 14

18. Gonzaga 22-5 506 13

19. Tennessee 20-6 480 20

20. Temple 22-5 452 21

21. Texas 21-6 445 15

22. Texas A&M 19-7 225 24

23. Richmond 22-6 202 25

24. Baylor 20-6 147 22

25. N. Iowa 24-3 128 --

Others receiving votes: UTEP 86, Virginia Tech 76, Maryland 57,

Missouri 17, Illinois 14, Xavier 13, Marquette 11, Louisville 9,

Mississippi St. 5, Oklahoma St. 4, Utah St. 4, Cornell 2, Murray

St. 2, Wake Forest 2, Clemson 1.

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