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Geoff Grammer’s AP Top 25 men’s basketball ballot for Dec. 9

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Two weeks ago, I was the only AP voter with Arizona ranked No. 2. Last week, I was one of two voters with the Wildcats at No. 1. I’m guessing in the Dec. 9 poll I’ll have a good 50 to 60 fellow Arizona believers.

As for the bottom of the poll, there are a good five or six teams that I had a real hard time leaving off this week, but some big road games coming up will convince me with some good showings.

Anyway, here’s my poll for the week.

As always, let me know where I screwed up or where I might be right by contacting my on Twitter @GeoffGrammer or email me at ggrammer@abqjournal.com.

To see my Dec. 2 ballot from last week, CLICK HERE.

Geoff Grammer’s Dec. 9 AP Top 25 ballot

(rank, team, record through Sunday, Dec. 8)
1. Arizona (9-0)
2. Syracuse (9-0)
3. Ohio State (8-0)
4. Louisville (8-1)
5. Michigan State (7-1)
6. Wisconsin (10-0)
7. Oklahoma State (8-1)
8. Connecticut (9-0)
9. Wichita State (9-0)
10. Oregon (8-0)
11. Kentucky (7-2)
12. Iowa State (7-0)
13. Memphis (6-1)
14. Kansas (6-2)
15. Duke (7-2)
16. Villanova (9-0)
17. Baylor (8-1)
18. UMass (8-0)
19. Florida (6-2)
20. New Mexico (7-1)
21. Boise State (8-0)
22. North Carolina (6-2)
23. San Diego State (7-1)
24. Colorado (9-1)
25. Gonzaga (8-1)
OUT: Dayton, UCLA
IN: North Carolina, Colorado

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