Coaches Poll: Michigan State remains No. 1, GW and South Carolina ranked

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The new Coaches Poll is out, and not surprisingly, Michigan State is still the No. 1 team in the country. They got 28 of 32 possible first-place votes, with Iowa State and Oklahoma getting three and one, respectively.

North Carolina and Villanova were the two teams that dropped out of the top ten this week, opening the door for Xavier and Purdue to vault into the top ten.

Here’s the entire poll:

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No. 1 Michigan State (11-0, 28 first-place votes)
No. 2 Iowa State (9-0, 3)
No. 3 Oklahoma (7-0, 1)
No. 4 Kentucky (9-1)
No. 5 Kansas (8-1)
No. 6 Duke (8-1)
No. 7 Maryland (9-1)
No. 8 Purdue (11-0)
No. 9 Virginia (8-1)
No. 10 Xavier (10-0)
No. 11 North Carolina (7-2)
No. 12 Arizona (9-1)
No. 13 Villanova (8-1)
No. 14 Baylor (7-1)
No. 14 Providence (10-1)
No. 16 Louisville (7-1)
No. 16 West Virginia (8-1)
No. 18 Butler (8-1)
No. 19 Miami (8-1)
No. 20 Cincinnati (8-2)
No. 21 Gonzaga (6-3)
No. 22 George Washington (9-1)
No. 23 Vanderbilt (6-3)
No. 24 Texas A&M (8-2)
No. 25 South Carolina (8-0)

DROPPED OUT: No. 23 Oregon, No. 24 Utah
NEW ADDITIONS: George Washington, South Carolina