Men's top 25

February 04, 1992

The top 25 teams in The Associated Press men's 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. . . Pre.

1. Duke (65). . . . . 17-0. . . . 1625 . . 1

2. Oklahoma State . . 20-0. . . . 1556 . . 3

3. Kansas . . . . . . 16-1. . . . 1464 . . 5

4. UCLA . . . . . . . 15-1. . . . 1410 . . 2

5. Arkansas . . . . . 17-3. . . . 1363 . . 7

6. Indiana. . . . . . 15-3. . . . 1212 . . 4

7. Arizona. . . . . . 15-3. . . . 1198 . . 9

8. Ohio State . . . . 14-3. . . . 1164 . . 10

9. North Carolina . . 15-3. . . . 1052 . . 11

10. Connecticut . . . 16-2. . . . 1017 . . 6

11. Michigan State. . 14-3. . . . .930 . . 13

12. Missouri. . . . . 14-3. . . . .872 . . 8

13. Syracuse. . . . . 15-3. . . . .802 . . 12

14. Tulane. . . . . . 16-1. . . . .732 . . 16

15. Michigan. . . . . 12-5. . . . .565 . . 15

16. Southern Cal. . . 14-3. . . . .512 . . 25

17. UNLV. . . . . . . 18-2. . . . .474 . . 21

18. Alabama . . . . . 17-4. . . . .461 . . 22

19. Kentucky. . . . . 15-5. . . . .448 . . 14

20. N.C.-Charlotte. . 15-3. . . . .442 . . 17

21. Oklahoma. . . . . 14-4. . . . .407 . . 18

22. LSU . . . . . . . 13-4. . . . .379 . . -

23. Florida State . . 14-5. . . . .306 . . 23

24. Georgia Tech. . . 15-6. . . . .236 . . 20

25. Texas-El Paso . . 16-3. . . . . 81 . . 19

Others receiving votes: Brigham Young 61, Cincinnati 48, Houston 28, Seton Hall 27, Iowa State 26, St. John's 26, Wisconsin-Green Bay 19, Georgetown 18, Louisville 18, New BTC Mexico State 16, Rhode Island 14, Massachusetts 13, Stanford 12, Montana 10, Texas Christian 10, Nebraska 9, Princeton 7, Minnesota 6, Virginia 5, South Carolina 4, Boston College 3, Iowa 3, Utah 3, Wake Forest 3, Washington State 3, West Virginia 3, DePaul 2.

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