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Badgers ranked No. 12 in final A.P. poll

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MADISON (WKOW) -- The Badgers are ranked No. 12 in the final Associated Press college basketball poll. Wisconsin earned a No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament. They'll play American in their first tournament game.

Associated Press Top 25

                                             Record      Pts  Prv
  1.  Florida  (50)                    32-2    1,610      1
  2.  Wichita  St.  (15)            34-0    1,571      2
  3.  Virginia                            28-6    1,430      6
  4.  Arizona                              30-4    1,422      4
  5.  Louisville                        29-5    1,412      5
  6.  Villanova                          28-4    1,231      3
  7.  Michigan                            25-8    1,162      8
  8.  Duke                                    26-8    1,121      7
  9.  Iowa  St.                            26-7    1,055    16
10.  Kansas                                24-9    1,045    10
11.  Michigan  St.                    26-8        950    22
12.  Wisconsin                          26-7        892    12
13.  San  Diego  St.                  29-4        890      8
14.  Syracuse                            27-5        757    11
15.  Cincinnati                        27-6        720    13
16.  Creighton                          26-7        658    14
17.  New  Mexico                        27-6        623    20
18.  UConn                                  26-8        503    21
19.  North  Carolina                23-9        424    15
20.  UCLA                                    26-8        413      --
21.  Oklahoma                            23-9        265    17
22.  Ohio  St.                            25-9        167    24
23.  Baylor                                24-11      148      --
24.  VCU                                      26-8        140    23
25.  Saint  Louis                      26-6        131    18
   Others receiving votes: Memphis 101, Gonzaga 83, Kentucky 77, Stephen F. Austin 46, Harvard 30, Saint Joseph's 14, Texas 13, Oregon 8, Providence 6, UMass 3, Tennessee 2, NC Central 1, W. Michigan 1.

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