Men's top 25

December 10, 1991

The Top Twenty Five teams in the Associated Press 1991-92 college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Sunday, total points based on 25 points for a first place vote through one point for a 25th place vote and last week's rankings:

No. School .. .. .. Record .. .. Pts. .. .. Pvs.

1. Duke (65) .. .. ..4-0 .. ... 1,625 .. .. .. 1

2. Arizona .. .. ... 3-0 .. ... 1,482 .. .. .. 3

3. UCLA .. .. .. ... 3-0 .. ... 1,477 .. .. .. 2

4. Ohio St. .. .. .. 4-0 .. ... 1,402 .. .. .. 4

5. North Carolina .. 6-0 .. ... 1,394 .. .. .. 5

6. Oklahoma St. .. ..7-0 .. ... 1,315 .. .. .. 8

7. Kansas .. .. .. ..4-0 .. ... 1,182 .. .. ..10

8. Connecticut .. .. 4-0 .. ... 1,072 .. .. ..12

9. Kentucky .. .. .. 3-1 .. .. .. 989 .. .. ..14

10. Utah .. .. .. .. 6-0 .. .. .. 970 .. .. ..13

11. St. John's .. .. 3-1 .. .. .. 888 .. .. .. 7

12. Seton Hall .. .. 3-1 .. .. .. 836 .. .. .. 6

13. Georgia Tech ... 5-1 .. .. .. 691 .. .. ..17

tie. Indiana .. .. ..2-2 .. .. .. 691 .. .. .. 9

tie. Michigan St. .. 5-0 .. .. .. 691 .. .. ..22

16. Iowa .. .. .. .. 5-0 .. .. .. 688 .. .. ..21

17. Oklahoma .. .. ..4-0 .. .. .. 639 .. .. ..19

18. Michigan .. .. ..2-0 .. .. .. 446 .. .. ..25

19. Arkansas .. .. ..4-2 .. .. .. 444 .. .. ..11

20. Alabama .. .. .. 5-1 .. .. .. 407 .. .. ..15

21. Missouri .. .. ..4-0 .. .. .. 404 .. .. ..--

22. Wake Forest .. ..4-1 .. .. .. 244 .. .. ..23

23. Georgetown .. .. 2-1 .. .. .. 206 .. .. ..18

24. N.C. Charlotte ..4-1 .. .. .. 127 .. .. ..--

25. LSU .. .. .. ... 2-2 .. .. .. 125 .. .. ..16

Others receiving votes: Louisville 105, Virginia 67, Syracuse 62, Pittsburgh 59, Houston 48, UNLV 44, E. Tennessee St. 34, Rutgers 31, Massachusetts 29, Wis.-Green Bay 21, N. Carolina St. 17, Penn St. 17, Arizona St. 16, DePaul 16, Temple 13, Texas Christian 11, UC Santa Barbara 11, Maryland 10, New Orleans 10, Texas 10, Cincinnati 9, Washington St. 9, Boston College 8, Brigham Young 5, Montana 5, Nebraska 5, Minnesota 4, Tulane 4, Florida St. 3, Richmond 3, Florida 2, Southern Miss. 2.

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