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November 27, 2012

AP college basketball poll

The top 25 teams in The Associated Press' college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 25, 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. Indiana (47)    6-0    1,606    1

2. Duke (18)    6-0    1,554    5

3. Michigan    5-0    1,421    4

4. Ohio St.    4-0    1,416    3

5. Louisville    5-1    1,347    2

6. Syracuse    4-0    1,323    6

7. Florida    5-0    1,227    7

8. Kentucky    4-1    1,180    8

9. Arizona    3-0    1,076    10

10. Kansas    4-1    937    12

11. Creighton    6-0    926    14

12. Gonzaga    6-0    854    17

13. Michigan St.    5-1    818    15

14. North Carolina    5-1    718    9

15. Oklahoma St.    5-0    668    20

16. Missouri    5-1    665    13

17. Cincinnati    6-0    571    22

18. NC State    4-1    553    16

19. Colorado    5-0    478    23

20. Georgetown    4-1    257    —

21. Minnesota    6-1    197    —

22. Illinois    7-0    185    —

23. San Diego St.    4-1    182    25

24. UNLV    3-1    175    18

25. New Mexico    6-0    141    —

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