Men's top 25

February 23, 1993

The top 25 men's basketball teams in the Associated Press poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through yesterday, total points (based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote) and ranking in last week's poll:

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

1. Indiana (63) ....... 24-2 ... 1,620 .... 1

2. Kentucky (1) ....... 20-2 ... 1,509 .... 2

3. No. Carolina (1) ... 22-3 ... 1,457 .... 3

4. Arizona ..... ...... 19-2 ... 1,423 .... 4

5. Michigan .... ...... 21-4 ... 1,401 .... 5

6. Florida St. ........ 21-6 ... 1,240 .... 9

7. Kansas ...... ...... 21-4 ... 1,222 .... 6

8. Vanderbilt ......... 21-4 ... 1,125 ... 11

9. Duke ........ ...... 20-5 ... 1,103 .... 7

10. Cincinnati ........ 20-3 ... 1,074 .... 8

11. Utah ....... ...... 21-3 ..... 932 ... 12

12. Wake Forest ....... 17-5 ..... 854 ... 10

13. UNLV ...... ....... 17-3 ..... 763 ... 15

14. Seton Hall ........ 20-6 ..... 762 ... 16

15. Arkansas .......... 17-6 ..... 672 ... 13

16. Tulane ............ 20-4 ..... 639 ... 18

17. Purdue ...... ..... 15-6 ..... 537 ... 14

18. Iowa ........ ..... 16-6 ..... 527 ... 20

19. New Orleans ....... 20-2 ..... 500 ... 21

20. Marquette ......... 19-4 ..... 313 ... 24

21. Massachusetts ..... 18-5 ..... 281 ... 19

22. Virginia .......... 16-6 ..... 235 ... 23

23. Brigham Young ..... 21-5 ..... 184 ... --

24. Xavier, Ohio ...... 18-3 ..... 125 ... --

25. Pittsburgh ........ 15-7 ..... 103 ... 17 TC

Others receiving votes: Oklahoma St. 87, Illinois 83, Georgia Tech 58, Oklahoma 55, W. Kentucky 41, Louisville 28, St. John's 20, Michigan St. 19, Southern Meth. 19, Connecticut 18, UCLA 16, Boston College 14, Memphis St. 13, Rhode Island 10, New Mexico 7, Nebraska 6, George Washington 5, LSU 4, Rice 4, Houston 3, New Mexico St. 3, Ball St. 2, Iowa St. 2, Miami, Ohio 2, Old Dominion 2, Syracuse 2, NE Louisiana 1.

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