How the top 25 fared this week

February 24, 1992

How the top 25 teams in The Associated Press college basketball poll fared this week:

1. Duke (21-2) beat Maryland 91-89; lost to Wake Forest 72-68.

2. UCLA (21-2) beat California 82-76; beat Stanford 96-70; lost to Notre Dame 84-71.

3. Kansas (20-3) lost to Nebraska 81-79, OT; beat Kansas State 54-52.

4. North Carolina (18-5) lost to Virginia 86-73; lost to North Carolina State 99-94.

5. Arizona (20-4) lost to Arizona State 77-74; beat Temple 66-60.

6. Ohio State (17-5) lost to Iowa 92-86; lost to No. 7 Indiana 86-80.

7. Indiana (20-4) beat No. 11 Michigan State 103-73; beat No. 6 Ohio State 86-80.

8. Oklahoma State (21-5) lost to Oklahoma 70-67; lost to No. 9 Missouri 66-52.

9. Missouri (19-4) beat Nebraska 87-61; lost to Colorado 77-60; beat No. 8 Oklahoma State 66-52.

10. Arkansas (20-6) lost to Georgia 87-78; beat No. 14 Alabama 90-87.

11. Michigan State (18-5) lost to No. 7 Indiana 103-73; beat Purdue 70-68.

12. UNLV (24-2) beat Cal State-Fullerton 76-47; beat New Mexico State 69-58.

13. Kentucky (20-5) beat Mississippi State 89-84; beat Georgia 84-73.

14. Alabama (20-6) beat Vanderbilt 85-64; lost to No. 10 Arkansas 90-87.

15. Southern Cal (19-4) beat California 94-81; beat Stanford 73-72, OT.

16. Florida State (18-8) lost to Clemson 68-67; lost to DePaul 85-75.

17. Syracuse (16-7) lost to No. 24 St. John's 63-62; lost to No. 25 Georgetown 72-68.

18. Tulane (19-3) did not play.

19. Cincinnati (20-4) lost to DePaul 71-69; beat South Alabama 104-78.

20. Michigan (17-6) beat Minnesota 95-70; beat Northwestern 76-63.

21. Connecticut (17-6) lost to No. 25 Georgetown 60-58; beat Providence 94-71.

22. Seton Hall (16-7) beat Pittsburgh 82-63; lost to Villanova 74-59.

23. Iowa State (18-8) lost to Kansas State 64-55; lost to Nebraska 80-70.

24. St. John's (16-7) beat No. 17 Syracuse 63-62; beat Pittsburgh 71-65.

25. Georgetown (17-6) beat No. 21 Connecticut 60-58; beat No. 17 Syracuse 72-68.

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