NCAA Basketball Rankings: UCLA Ranked 28th In Associated Press Poll

The latest NCAA basketball rankings are out, and the UCLA Bruins are making their way closer to the top 25. A sweep of the Arizona schools this weekend gave the Bruins a share of first place in the Pac-10. As a result, UCLA has moved up in the college basketball rankings, 28th in the AP poll, up from a tied for 33rd last week.

This is their highest ranking of the season, surpassing their previous high of 29th in the AP poll on February 14. Here is the full AP top 25:

  1. Ohio State (45 first place votes)
  2. Kansas (14)
  3. BYU (5)
  4. Pittsburgh
  5. Duke (1)
  6. Purdue
  7. Texas
  8. Notre Dame
  9. San Diego State
  10. Wisconsin
  11. Louisville
  12. Syracuse
  13. North Carolina
  14. Florida
  15. St. John's
  16. Connecticut
  17. Georgetown
  18. Arizona
  19. Villanova
  20. Kentucky
  21. Vanderbilt
  22. Missouri
  23. Xavier
  24. Texas A&M
  25. Utah State

The Arizona Wildcats, after getting swept by USC and UCLA last weekend, dropped from 10th last week to 18th this week, the only conference team in the top 25. No other Pac-10 team received votes in the poll.

For more UCLA hoops news and information, be sure to read Bruins Nation.

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