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AP Poll: Michigan State is No. 1, Kansas and Oklahoma round out top three

Buddy Hield, Jalen Brunson

Buddy Hield, Jalen Brunson

AP

Michigan State received all but one of the 65 first place votes in the latest AP Poll after beating Florida on Saturday to improve to 11-0.

The only other team with a first-place vote in the AP Poll was Kansas who, ironically, enough, was No. 5 in the Coaches Poll and the third-highest ranked team in the Big 12.

Looks like that conference could end up being pretty good this year.

Here is the rest of the poll:

[MORE: Coaches Poll | NBCSports Top 25]

No. 1 Michigan State (11-0, 64 first-place votes)
No. 2 Kansas (8-1, 1)
No. 3 Oklahoma (7-0)
No. 4 Kentucky (9-1)
No. 5 Iowa State (9-0)
No. 6 Maryland (9-1)
No. 7 Duke (8-1)
No. 8 Virginia (8-1)
No. 9 Purdue (11-0)
No. 10 Xavier (10-0)
No. 11 North Carolina (7-2)
No. 12 Villanova (8-1)
No. 13 Arizona (9-1)
No. 14 Providence (10-1)
No. 15 Miami (8-1)
No. 16 Baylor (7-1)
No. 17 Butler (8-1)
No. 18 SMU (7-0)
No. 19 Louisville (7-1)
No. 20 West Virginia (8-1)
No. 21 George Washington (9-1)
No. 22 UCLA (7-3)
No. 23 Cincinnati (8-2)
No. 24 Texas A&M (8-2)
No. 25 UConn (6-3)

DROPPED OUT: No. 20 Gonzaga, No. 21 Vanderbilt, No. 24 Oregon, No. 25 Utah
NEW ADDITIONS: UConn, Texas A&M, George Washington, UCLA