NCAA basketball rankings 2014: Kentucky remains unanimous No. 1 in new AP poll
Sixty-five first-place votes were cast by the Associated Press this week, and all 65 had the same name on top.
Kentucky is still the unanimous No. 1 in a new Associated Press Top 25 in which the top seven teams remain unchanged from last week.
Even outside the top seven, the poll looks eerily familiar to the one fans saw a week ago.
After a one week absence, Michigan State is the lone new arrival, checking in at No. 25. The Spartans replace Northern Iowa, which dropped out of the poll after being ranked 23rd thanks to a double overtime loss to VCU on Saturday.
Here is this week’s full AP Top 25:
|AP Top 25|
|19||San Diego St||7-2||424|
- Others receiving votes: Baylor 97, TCU 80, Colorado St 75, Northern Iowa 65, Georgetown 41, California 37, Arkansas 19, Seton Hall 14, Virginia Commonwealth 6, Old Dominion 4, LSU 4, Oklahoma St 4, Penn State 3, Davidson 1
- Dropped from rankings: Northern Iowa 23