AP Poll: Kansas, Oklahoma remain No. 1 and No. 2

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Kansas and Oklahoma remained No. 1 and No. 2 after their thrilling, triple-overtime game from Monday night, and Maryland did remain in the No. 3 hole thanks to Melo Trimble’s game-winning three at Wisconsin, but the rest of the top ten saw some changes.

Virginia, Providence and Arizona all dropped after losses, while Villanova, Duke and SMU were the main recipients.

Worth noting: The top five is the same in the AP Poll as it is in the Coaches Poll and the NBCSports.com Top 25. Here is the rest of the poll:

1. Kansas (14-1, 63 first-place votes)
2. Oklahoma (13-1, 1 first-place vote)
3. Maryland (15-1)
4. Michigan St. (16-1, 1 first-place vote)
5. North Carolina (15-2)
6. Villanova (14-2)
7. Xavier (14-1)
8. Miami (13-1)
9. Duke (14-2)
10. SMU (15-0)
11. West Virginia (14-1)
12. Providence (14-2)
13. Virginia (12-3)
14. Kentucky (12-3)
15. Texas A&M (13-2)
16. Iowa (12-3)
17. Iowa St. (12-3)
18. Arizona (13-3)
19. South Carolina (15-0)
20. Pittsburgh (14-1)
21. Louisville (13-3)
22. Baylor (12-3)
23. Butler (12-4)
24. Purdue (14-3)
25. Gonzaga (13-3)

DROPPED OUT: No. 23 UConn, No. 25 Dayton
NEW ADDITIONS: No. 22 Baylor, No. 25 Gonzaga