Men's top 25

March 03, 1992

The top 25 teams in The Associated Press 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 (58). . . . . . 23-2. . . . 1,617. . . 1

2. Indiana (3). . . . . 21-4. . . . 1,533. . . 2

3. Kansas (2) . . . . . 21-3. . . . 1,515. . . 3

4. Arizona. . . . . . . 22-4. . . . 1,381. . . 5

5. Ohio State . . . . . 19-5. . . . 1,277. . . 8

6. UNLV (2) . . . . . . 25-2. . . . 1,269. . . 7

7. Arkansas . . . . . . 22-6. . . . 1,180. . . 9

8. Southern Cal . . . . 20-4. . . . 1,123. . .13

9. UCLA . . . . . . . . 21-4. . . . 1,114. . . 4

10. Kentucky. . . . . . 22-5. . . . 1,092. . .11

11. Missouri. . . . . . 20-5. . . . 1,044. . . 6

12. Okla. State . . . . 22-5. . . . . 851. . .14

13. Mich. State . . . . 18-6. . . . . 729. . .12

14. Cincinnati. . . . . 22-4. . . . . 621. . .19

15. DePaul. . . . . . . 19-6. . . . . 580. . .21

16. North Carolina. . . 18-7. . . . . 527. . .10

17. Georgetown. . . . . 18-7. . . . . 465. . .18

18. Michigan. . . . . . 17-7. . . . . 431. . .17

19. Florida St. . . . . 19-8. . . . . 429. . .22

20. Alabama . . . . . . 21-7. . . . . 427. . .16

21. Tulane. . . . . . . 19-5. . . . . 296. . .15

22. Seton Hall. . . . . 18-7. . . . . 285. . .--

23. LSU . . . . . . . . 18-7. . . . . 232. . .--

24. Syracuse. . . . . . 18-7. . . . . 207. . .22

25. Massachusetts . . . 24-4. . . . . 182. . .--

Others receiving votes: St. John's 157, Texas-El Paso 84, Oklahoma 82, Nebraska 66, Wis.-Green Bay 51, Texas 50, Wake Forest 46, Houston 42, Pepperdine 32, Princeton 22, Richmond 19, Connecticut 15, Montana 14, Georgia Tech 10, Brigham Young 5, Louisville 5, Memphis State 4, Delaware 3, Iowa 2, Miami, Ohio 2, N.C. Charlotte 2, Notre Dame 2, Boston College 1, Evansville 1, Penn State 1.

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