Clemson Drops in Both Basketball Polls


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USA Today Coaches' Poll

Rank School 		Rec  Pts Prev 
  1. Connecticut (30) 	22-1 774 1 
  2. Oklahoma (1)  	23-1 735 2 
  3. North Carolina 	21-2 711 4 
  4. Pittsburgh 	21-1 689 5 
  5. Duke  		20-3 604 3 
  6. UCLA 		19-4 554 12 
  7. Louisville 	18-4 553 7 
  8. Wake Forest 	18-3 541 6 
  9. Michigan State 	19-4 521 14 
  10. Memphis 		20-3 486 15 
  11. Clemson 		19-3 456 10 
  12. Marquette 	20-3 446 8 
  13. Villanova 	19-4 416 16 
  14. Xavier 		20-3 375 9 
  15. Butler 		21-2 346 11 
  16. Kansas 		19-4 300 24 
  17. Utah State 	23-1 258 22 
  18. Arizona State 	18-5 214 23 
  19. Missouri 		20-4 162 NR 
  20. Illinois 		19-5 143 21 
  21. Gonzaga 		17-5 124 18 
  22. Syracuse 		18-6 115 20 
  23. Purdue 		17-6 114 13 
  24. Washington 	17-6 86 25 
  25. Florida State  	18-5 62 NR 


Dropped out: No. 17 Texas, No. 19 Minnesota.


Others receiving votes: Ohio State (17-5) 55; LSU (19-4) 50; Texas (15-7) 50; Dayton (21-3) 34; Minnesota (18-5) 30; Florida (19-4) 26; Davidson (20-4) 9; Utah (16-7) 9; South Carolina (17-5) 7; Brigham Young (17-5) 5; Saint Mary's (19-4) 5; California (18-6) 3; San Diego State (17-5) 3; Penn State (17-7) 2; Arizona (16-8) 1; UNLV (17-6) 1.


AP Top 25

RANK TEAM 		REC  PTS LAST 
1 Connecticut  (67)  	22-1 1795 1 
2 Oklahoma  (3)  	23-1 1710 2 
3 North Carolina  (2)  	21-2 1672 3 
4 Pittsburgh  		21-2 1583 6 
5 Louisville  		18-4 1423 5 
6 Duke  		20-3 1350 4 
7 Wake Forest  		18-3 1242 7 
8 Memphis  		20-3 1237 14 
9 Michigan St.  	19-4 1214 13 
10 Marquette  		20-3 1137 8 
11 UCLA  		19-4 1131 15 
12 Clemson  		19-3 1097 10 
13 Villanova  		19-4 989 17 
14 Xavier  		20-3 893 9 
15 Butler  		21-2 762 11 
16 Kansas  		19-4 751 21 
17 Missouri  		20-4 395 NR 
18 Arizona St.  	18-5 389 24 
19 Gonzaga  		17-5 361 18 
20 Purdue  		17-6 353 12 
21 Utah St.  		23-1 317 25 
22 Illinois  		19-5 303 23 
23 Syracuse  		18-6 280 20 
24 Ohio St.  		17-5 216 NR 
25 Florida St.  	18-5 182 NR 


Others receiving votes: LSU 167, Washington 135, Texas 106, Florida 66, Minnesota 43, Dayton 31, California 16, Kansas St. 8, West Virginia 8, Davidson 7, Miami 7, South Carolina 7, Arizona 4, Utah 4, Northeastern 2, San Diego St. 2, Siena 2, Boston College 1, Robert Morris 1, Wis.-Green Bay 1.

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