College basketball rankings: UCLA remains No. 13 in AP poll

Stephen Dunn

The Bruins stayed put as did many in the top 15 as teams get their seasons underway.

The UCLA Bruins are still the 13th-ranked team in the latest Associated Press college basketball poll.

The Bruins are 1-0 after defeating Indiana St., 86-59, on Nov. 9 at Pauley Pavilion.

The Bruins only trail the Arizona Wildcats among Pac-12 teams in the rankings. The two teams are the only teams representing the Pac-12 in the latest poll.

The top of the poll remained the same as the No. 1 Indiana Hoosiers, No. 2 Louisville Cardinals, No. 3 Kentucky Wildcats, No. 4 Ohio St. Buckeyes and No. 5 Michigan Wolverines, all retained their rankings. The only change in the top 10 is the Syracuse Orange and Duke Blue Devils swapping spots. Syracuse is the new No. 8 after beating San Diego St. and Duke is No. 9 despite beating Georgia St. in their first game of the season.

UCLA's next game is against the UC Irvine Anteaters on Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. PT at home. The Anteaters won their previous game against Nevada behind 25 points from Daman Starring.

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