NCAA Basketball Rankings: Pac-10 Still Out Of Top 25

The latest Associated Press college basketball poll is out, and the Pac-10 is once again without a top 25 team. The Duke Blue Devils continue to hold the top spot, collecting all 65 first place votes. The USC Trojans, which beat No. 19 Tennessee in Knoxville, and blew out Lehigh last week, received a single vote in the AP poll, ranking them tied for 46th. The San Diego St Aztecs are the highest-ranked west coast team, sitting at seventh.

Here is the full AP top 25:

  1. Duke (65)
  2. Ohio State
  3. Kansas
  4. Connecticut
  5. Syracuse
  6. Pittsburgh
  7. San Diego State
  8. Villanova
  9. Georgetown
  10. Missouri
  11. Kentucky
  12. Purdue
  13. Texas
  14. Minnesota
  15. Notre Dame
  16. Brigham Young
  17. Kansas State
  18. Texas A&M
  19. UCF
  20. Michigan State
  21. Memphis
  22. Louisville
  23. Illinois
  24. Vanderbilt
  25. Temple

The Pac-10 has four teams in the "others receiving votes" section, led by the Washington Huskies. The Huskies are the only conference team to have been ranked this season, and are currently 30th in the AP poll. The Arizona Wildcats are tied for 33rd, the Washington St Cougars are tied for 43rd, and USC is tied for 46th.

For more USC hoops news and information, be sure to read the SB Nation blog Conquest Chronicles.

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