AP Poll: Michigan State is No. 1, Kansas and Oklahoma round out top three

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Michigan State received all but one of the 65 first place votes in the latest AP Poll after beating Florida on Saturday to improve to 11-0.

The only other team with a first-place vote in the AP Poll was Kansas who, ironically, enough, was No. 5 in the Coaches Poll and the third-highest ranked team in the Big 12.

Looks like that conference could end up being pretty good this year.

Here is the rest of the poll:

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No. 1 Michigan State (11-0, 64 first-place votes)
No. 2 Kansas (8-1, 1)
No. 3 Oklahoma (7-0)
No. 4 Kentucky (9-1)
No. 5 Iowa State (9-0)
No. 6 Maryland (9-1)
No. 7 Duke (8-1)
No. 8 Virginia (8-1)
No. 9 Purdue (11-0)
No. 10 Xavier (10-0)
No. 11 North Carolina (7-2)
No. 12 Villanova (8-1)
No. 13 Arizona (9-1)
No. 14 Providence (10-1)
No. 15 Miami (8-1)
No. 16 Baylor (7-1)
No. 17 Butler (8-1)
No. 18 SMU (7-0)
No. 19 Louisville (7-1)
No. 20 West Virginia (8-1)
No. 21 George Washington (9-1)
No. 22 UCLA (7-3)
No. 23 Cincinnati (8-2)
No. 24 Texas A&M (8-2)
No. 25 UConn (6-3)

DROPPED OUT: No. 20 Gonzaga, No. 21 Vanderbilt, No. 24 Oregon, No. 25 Utah
NEW ADDITIONS: UConn, Texas A&M, George Washington, UCLA