Arizona tops AP poll for third straight week

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For the third consecutive week, Arizona is on top of the Associated Press poll, which was released Monday.

The Wildcats (12-0) receiving 63 of 65 No. 1 votes. No. 2 Syracuse received the other two top votes.

The top eight teams held on to their spots from last week, which includes Ohio State, Wisconsin, Michigan State, Louisville, Oklahoma State and Villanova. Duke, tied for eighth last week, fell one spot to No. 9.

Wichita State rounded out the top 10. The Shockers (12-0) are in the top 10 for the first time since they were No. 8 for two weeks in December 2006. Wichita State advanced to the NCAA Final Four in April but only ranked as high as 15th in January and was ranked just five weeks in all during the season.

All top 25 teams from last week stayed in the poll, despite No. 20 Colorado, No. 21 Gonzaga, No. 22 Massachusetts and No. 23 Missouri each losing a game.

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