The top 25 teams in the Associated Press men's college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Sunday, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking:

Rec   Pts   Pr

1.

N.Carolina

(45)7-0   1,769   1

2.

Memphis

(22)6-0   1,717   3

3.

Kansas

(2)7-0   1,630   4

4.

Texas

(2)7-0   1,549   8

5.

Georgetown

(1)5-0   1,527   5

6.

Duke

8-0   1,429   7

7.

UCLA

7-1   1,373   2

8.

Washington St.

7-0   1,348   6

9.

Michigan St.

6-1   1,094   10

10.

Tennessee

7-1   1,012   11

11.

Marquette

5-1   962   13

12.

Pittsburgh

7-0   938   14

13.

Butler

7-0   893   16

14.

Louisville

5-1   885   12

15.

Indiana

6-1   809   15

16.

Texas A&M

7-1   788   9

17.

Gonzaga

7-1   581   19

18.

Clemson

7-0   564   18

19.

Oregon

6-1   556   17

20.

BYU

6-1   365   21

21.

Xavier

6-1   336   23

22.

Arizona

5-2   212   –

23.

Vanderbilt

7-0   177   –

24.

Southern Cal

6-2   163   22

25.

Villanova

5-1   151   –

Others receiving votes:

Saint Mary's, Calif. 104, Miami 89, Arkansas 61, Wisconsin 57, Virginia 55, Stanford 42, California 30, West Virginia 27, Creighton 21, N.C. State 17, Kansas St. 15, Arizona State 13, Florida 13, S. Illinois 7, Connecticut 6, Seton Hall 5, George Mason 4, Mississippi 4, Ohio State 2.