AP POLL: Oklahoma remains in the top spot

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Oklahoma remained No. 1 in the newly-released AP Poll on Monday morning, with the North Carolina Tar Heels slotting in at No. 2 behind them.

I wrote about why there’s a choice to be made as the lead to the NBC Sports Top 25 earlier this morning, and we also discussed it on today’s podcast. No need to rehash all that here.

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Anyway, here is the rest of the AP Poll:

1. Oklahoma (16-2, 36 first-place votes)
2. North Carolina (18-2, 29)
3. Iowa (17-3)
4. Kansas (16-3)
5. Texas A&M (17-2)
6. Villanova (17-3)
7. Xavier (17-2)
8. Maryland (17-3)
9. West Virginia (16-3)
10. Providence (17-3)
11. Virginia (15-4)
12. Michigan State (17-4)
13. SMU (18-1)
14. Iowa State (15-4)
15. Miami (15-3)
16. Louisville (16-3)
17. Baylor (15-4
18. Arizona (16-4)
19. Indiana (17-3)
20. Kentucky (15-4)
21. Purdue (17-4)
22. Wichita State (14-5)
23. Oregon (16-4)
24. Duke (15-5)
25. Notre Dame (14-5)