1/30 Men’s Basketball A.P. Poll

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Purdue’s Caleb Swanigan, left, shoots over Michigan State’s Kenny Goins during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game, Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017, in East Lansing, Mich. (AP Photo/Al Goldis)

The top 25 teams in The Associated Press’ college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Jan. 29, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and last week’s ranking:

Record      Pts  Prv

1.  Gonzaga  (46)        22-0      1594      3

2.  Baylor  (6)            20-1      1504      5

3.  Kansas  (9)            19-2      1503      2

4.  Villanova  (4)      20-2      1479      1

5.  Arizona                  20-2      1387      7

6.  Louisville            18-4      1237    13

7.  West  Virginia      17-4      1101    18

8.  Kentucky                17-4      1083      4

9.  Virginia                16-4      1061    12

10.  Wisconsin              18-3      1058    15

11.  UCLA                        19-3        993      8

12.  North  Carolina    19-4        965      9

13.  Oregon                    19-3        863    10

14.  Cincinnati            19-2        756    19

15.  Florida  State      18-4        727      616.  Butler                    18-4        717    11

17.  Maryland                19-2        518    22

18.  Saint  Mary’s        19-2        409    21

19.  South  Carolina    17-4        384    2320.  Notre  Dame            17-5        363    14

21.  Duke                        16-5        339    17

22.  Creighton              19-3        307    1623.  Purdue                    17-5        264    20

24.  Florida                  16-5        213    25

25.  Northwestern        18-4        106      —

Others receiving votes: SMU 69, Xavier 67, Southern Cal 29, Wichita State 8, Akron 5, Middle Tennessee 5, VCU 3, Illinois State 2, New Mexico State 2, Virginia Tech 2, Iowa State 1, Utah 1.

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