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Badgers Remain at No. 17 in AP Poll

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The Wisconsin men's basketball team remained at number 17 in this week's Associated Press poll. The Badgers are coming off back-to-back wins. Including a 77-60 win over then ranked No. 22 Syracuse and a 90-70 win against Oklahoma.

Below is a list of this week's top 25 AP poll. Wisconsin is No. 17.

                                           Record    Pts  Prv
  1.  Villanova  (57)                8-0      1613      2
  2.  UCLA  (2)                       9-0      1478    11
  3.  Kansas                           7-1      1458      4
  4.  Baylor  (6)                       8-0      1437      9
  5.  Duke                               8-1      1389      5
  6.  Kentucky                         7-1      1274      1
  7.  North  Carolina                 8-1      1234      3
  8.  Gonzaga                         8-0      1198      8
  9.  Indiana                            7-1      1103    13
10.  Creighton                         8-0      1003    10
11.  Louisville                         7-1        901    14
12.  Saint  Mary's  (Cal)           6-0        899    12
13.  Xavier                              7-1        784      7
14.  Virginia                            7-1        758      6
15.  West  Virginia                   6-1        729    25
16.  Butler                              8-0        691    18
17.  Wisconsin                        7-2        655    17
18.  Purdue                             6-2        485    15
19.  South  Carolina                 8-0        476    20
20.  Arizona                             6-2        320    16
21.  Florida                             7-1        285    24
22.  Cincinnati                         7-1        258      --
23.  Notre  Dame                      8-0        197      --
24.  Oregon                              7-2        175    23
25.  Iowa  St.                           5-2          95    19
 

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