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2010-11 AP Men's Basketball Rankings: Duke Back on Top

The Duke Blue Devils, who survived a desperation half-court heave in last year's NCAA finals against Butler, will start the 2010-11 men's basketball season ranked No.1 by the Associated Press. Meanwhile, runner-up Butler checks in at No. 17. In terms of conference strength, the Blue Devils and North Carolina are the only ACC teams inside the Top 10. The Big East has three (Pitt, Villanova and Syracuse), the Big 10 has two (Michigan State and Ohio State), the Big 12 has two (Kansas State and Kansas) and the SEC has one (Florida). Take a look:

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Duke (55) 0-0 1,613 2 Michigan State (8) 0-0 1,558 3 Kansas State (2) 0-0 1,414 4 Ohio State 0-0 1,368 5 Pittsburgh 0-0 1,310 6 Villanova 0-0 1,198 7 Kansas 0-0 1,172 8 North Carolina 0-0 1,034 9 Florida 0-0 997 10 Syracuse 0-0 920 11 Kentucky 0-0 917 12 Gonzaga 0-0 889 13 Illinois 0-0 773 14 Purdue 0-0 771 15 Missouri 0-0 700 16 Baylor 0-0 625 17 Butler 0-0 607 18 Washington 0-0 572 19 Memphis 0-0 551 20 Georgetown 0-0 363 21 Virginia Tech 0-0 288 22 Temple 0-0 265 23 Tennessee 0-0 252 24 Brigham Young 0-0 198 25 San Diego State 0-0 158

Others receiving votes: Wisconsin 126, Texas 107, Georgia 67, West Virginia 65, Minnesota 55, Florida State 28, Wichita State 28, UNLV 21, Richmond 17, Murray State 15, Vanderbilt 14, North Carolina State 10, Arizona 8, Connecticut 8, Colorado 7, Mississippi State 7, UCLA 5, Ohio 4, Miami (FL) 4, Utah State 4, Xavier 4, Dayton 3, Old Dominion 2, New Mexico 1, Georgia Tech 1, Wofford 1


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