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NCAA Basketball Rankings: Ohio State Still No. 1, Kansas And Texas Move Into Top 3.

A multitude of upsets has shaken up this week's AP Top 25 basketball poll. Ohio State is a unanimous selection for the top spot but Kansas jumps from No. 6 to No. 2 and Texas climbs from No. 7 to No. 3. Pittsburgh's loss last Monday to Notre Dame and Duke's loss to St John's on Sunday drops them to No.4 and No. 5 respectively. 

North Carolina cracks the poll at No. 23 joining Duke as the only ACC teams in the Top 25. Florida State falls out of the poll due to its loss to Clemson over the weekend but still received votes. 

After posting victories over South Carolina and Georgia last week, Kentucky moves up to four spots to No. 10 in this week's rankings. Vanderbilt manages to hold on at No. 24 after losing to Arkansas on Saturday. Florida and Tennessee both received votes. 

Here are the complete rankings:

  1. Ohio State (65)
  2. Kansas
  3. Texas
  4. Pittsburgh
  5. Duke
  6. Connecticut
  7. San Diego State
  8. BYU
  9. Notre Dame
  10. Kentucky
  11. Purdue
  12. Villanova
  13. Georgetown
  14. Missouri
  15. Louisville
  16. Texas A&M
  17. Syracuse
  18. Minnesota
  19. Wisconsin
  20. Washington
  21. Arizona
  22. Utah State
  23. North Carolina
  24. Vanderbilt
  25. West Virginia
Others Receiving Votes: Xavier(15-5) 92; Florida(16-5) 80; Illinois(14-7) 49; Florida State(15-6) 43; Cincinnati(18-4) 31; Virginia Commonwealth(18-5) 24; Marquette(14-8) 23; Duquesne(15-5) 15; Temple(15-5) 15; Penn State(12-8) 14; Coastal Carolina(20-2) 8; UNLV(16-5) 7; Wichita State(18-4) 6; St. Mary's(18-4) 6; Tennessee(14-7) 4; Cleveland State(20-3) 3; Belmont(20-4) 3; Northern Iowa(17-6) 3; Colorado State(15-6) 2; Nebraska(15-5) 2; Harvard(15-3) 1; Old Dominion(17-5) 1; St. John's(12-8) 1; Washington State(15-6) 1

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