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College Basketball Rankings: North Carolina, Kentucky Atop AP Top 25

Out of 65 possible first place votes, the North Carolina Tar Heels have 62 of them.

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Out of 65 possible first place votes, the North Carolina Tar Heels have 62 of them. Roy Williams is clearly on a roll early in the 2011-12 season and his team is loaded for a Final Four run once again. Right behind them is the dominant Kentucky team that took out Kansas just last week although it's interesting that not a single voter feels UK is up there with the top teams in the country enough to give them one first place vote. The others go to Ohio State (1) and UConn (2). Those two schools placed third and fourth respectively in the latest AP Top 25.

Here's the complete AP Top 25:

1. North Carolina (62)    3-0     1621     1
2. Kentucky    4-0     1528     2
3. Ohio St. (1)    3-0     1493     3
4. Connecticut (2)    4-0     1426     4
5. Syracuse    4-0     1353     5
6. Duke    4-0     1305     6
7. Louisville    3-0     1186     8
8. Memphis    1-0     1123     10
9. Baylor    3-0     1079     11
10. Florida    2-1     998     7
11. Wisconsin    3-0     916     14
12. Xavier    3-0     912     13
13. Alabama    5-0     820     16
14. Kansas    1-1     717     12
15. Michigan    3-0     587     17
16. Marquette    4-0     558     21
17. Pittsburgh    2-1     524     9
18. Vanderbilt    3-1     468     18
19. Gonzaga    3-0     454     22
20. California    3-0     420     23
21. Missouri    3-0     327     24
22. Florida St.    4-0     323     25
23. Arizona    4-1     273     15
24. Mississippi St.    4-1     215     NR
25. Texas A&M    3-1     108     19