Tigers Stay in Top 20 in Polls


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CLEMSON -- The Tigers continue to be ranked in the Top 20 in both the coaches and AP basketball poll. Clemson is 18-2 for only the second time in school history.


USA TODAY/ESPN men's basketball coaches' poll

Rk School (first-place votes)   Rec Pts Last 
1. Florida (23) 		17-2 763 1 
2. UCLA (6) 			17-1 739 2 
3. Wisconsin (2)  		19-1 714 3 
4. North Carolina 		17-2 691 4 
5. Ohio State 			16-3 632 7 
6. Texas A&M 			16-2 620 8 
7. Oregon 			18-1 580 10 
8. Kansas 			16-3 531 5 
9. Pittsburgh 			17-3 522 6 
10. Duke 			16-3 416 17 
11. Butler 			17-2 407 15 
12. Alabama 			15-3 397 9 
13. Air Force 			18-2 395 11 
14. Memphis 			15-3 360 18 
15. Nevada 			17-2 332 13 
16. Oklahoma State 		16-3 301 14 
17. Clemson 			18-2 295 16 
18. Washington State 		16-3 281 21 
19. Arizona 			13-5 224 12 
20. Marquette 			17-4 185 NR 
21. Notre Dame 			16-3 163 20 
22. LSU 			13-5 90  19 
23. Virginia Tech 		14-5 71  25 
24. Indiana 			14-4 70  NR 
25. Kentucky 			15-4 52  NR 


Dropped out: No. 22 Maryland, No. 23 Texas, No. 24 Tennessee.


Others receiving votes: Southern California (15-5) 48; Villanova (13-5) 30; Tennessee (14-5) 23; UNLV (16-4) 20; Northern Iowa (15-4) 19; Texas (13-5) 15; Michigan State (16-4) 13; Virginia Commonwealth (16-3) 13; Southern Illinois (15-5) 10; Georgia Tech (13-5) 8; Vanderbilt (13-6) 7; Maryland (15-5) 6; Boston College (13-5) 5; Connecticut (13-5) 5; Georgetown (13-5) 5; West Virginia (14-4) 5; Winthrop (15-4) 4; New Mexico State (15-4) 3; Stanford (12-5) 3; Colorado State (14-4) 1; George Washington (13-4) 1.


AP Top 25

RK TEAM RECORD PTS LAST 
1 Florida  (42)  		17-2 1759 1 
2 Wisconsin  (22)  		19-1 1720 2 
3 UCLA  (6)  			17-1 1679 3 
4 North Carolina  (2)  		17-2 1597 4 
5 Ohio St.  			16-3 1470 7 
6 Texas A&M  			16-2 1438 8 
7 Oregon  			18-1 1387 9 
8 Kansas  			16-3 1248 5 
9 Pittsburgh  			17-3 1203 6 
10 Duke  			16-3 1091 14 
11 Memphis  			15-3 954 17 
12 Alabama  			15-3 937 10 
13 Oklahoma St.  		16-3 867 12 
14 Butler  			17-2 856 18 
15 Marquette  			17-4 726 24 
16 Air Force  			18-2 676 13 
17 Arizona  			13-5 545 11 
18 Nevada  			17-2 534 15 
19 Clemson  			18-2 507 19 
20 Washington St.  		16-3 418 NR 
21 LSU  			13-5 392 16 
22 Notre Dame  			16-3 304 20 
23 Indiana  			14-4 210 NR 
24 Virginia Tech  		14-5 177 23 
25 Southern Cal  		15-5 149 NR 



Others receiving votes: Tennessee 118, Kentucky 83, Texas 69, N. Iowa 46, Villanova 46, Texas Tech 36, Georgetown 28, Va. Commonwealth 23, Michigan St. 22, Vanderbilt 18, S. Illinois 8, Stanford 8, Georgia Tech 7, Maryland 7, Boston College 6, New Mexico St. 6, UNLV 6, Syracuse 5, Arkansas 3, George Washington 3, Akron 2, Connecticut 2, Florida St. 2, Michigan 2.

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