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Badgers drop three spots in latest A.P. poll

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MADISON (WKOW) -- The Badger men's basketball team dropped three spots in the latest Associated Press poll following Sunday's loss to Nebraska. The Badgers are No. 12 this week.

Associated Press Top 25

                                              Record      Pts  Prv
  1.  Florida  (50)                    29-2    1,610      1
  2.  Wichita  St.  (15)            34-0    1,574      2
  3.  Villanova                          28-3    1,454      6
  4.  Arizona                              28-3    1,435      3
  5.  Louisville                        26-5    1,237    11
  6.  Virginia                            25-6    1,186      5
  7.  Duke                                    24-7    1,185      4
  8.  Michigan                            23-7    1,143    12
  8.  San  Diego  St.                  27-3    1,143    10
10.  Kansas                                23-8    1,087      8
11.  Syracuse                            27-4    1,055      7
12.  Wisconsin                          25-6        973      9
13.  Cincinnati                        26-5        922    15
14.  Creighton                          24-6        752    13
15.  North  Carolina                23-8        709    14
16.  Iowa  St.                            23-7        572    16
17.  Oklahoma                            23-8        472    23
18.  Saint  Louis                      26-5        433    17
19.  Memphis                              23-8        367    20
20.  New  Mexico                        24-6        344    21
21.  UConn                                  24-7        330    19
22.  Michigan  St.                    23-8        318    22
23.  VCU                                      24-7        205      --
24.  Ohio  St.                            23-8        165      --
25.  SMU                                      23-8        152    18
   Others receiving votes: Gonzaga 82, Stephen F. Austin 56, Oregon 39, Texas 31, Harvard 27, Kentucky 19, Baylor 18, UCLA 14, Nebraska 8, Iowa 4, Tennessee 2, George Washington 1, NC Central 1

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