First Time in Eight Years, Duke falls Out of AP Poll
UNDATED (AP) — Look down this week's Top 25 and you won't find Duke listed.
The Blue Devils have dropped out of The Associated Press college basketball poll for the first time in more than eight years after losing four of their last five to drop to 15-6.
Oklahoma tops the poll for the third straight week after picking up 45 first-place votes. North Carolina got the other 20 and stays No.2.
Villanova moves up three spots to third, followed by Maryland and Iowa.
Xavier comes in at No. 6, with Kansas, Texas A&M, Virginia and Michigan rounding out the top ten.