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(View poll) Still no votes for Lobos in latest AP Top 25

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For the second-consecutive week, the New Mexico Lobos are receiving no points in the Associated Press Top 25.

The only Mountain West Conference team receiving points in Monday morning’s updated poll is San Diego State, which checks in at No. 20 in the polls.

The Journal’s Geoff Grammer is one of the 65 AP voters this season. To view the ballot he turned in Monday morning, CLICK HERE.

Associated Press Top 25 (Dec. 23)

(rank, team, first place votes in parenthesis, record through Dec. 22, total points and last week’s ranking)
1. Arizona (63) 12-0 — 1,623 — 1
2. Syracuse (2) 11-0 — 1,528 — 2
3. Ohio State 12-0 — 1,462 — 3
4. Wisconsin 12-0 — 1,390 — 4
5. Michigan State 10-1 — 1,336 — 5
6. Louisville 11-1 — 1,274 — 6
7. Oklahoma State 11-1 — 1,221 — 7
8. Villanova 11-0 — 1,116 — 8
9. Duke 9-2 — 1,108 — 8
10. Wichita State 12-0 — 981 — 11
11. Baylor 10-1 — 970 — 12
12. Oregon 11-0 — 914 — 13
13. Florida 9-2 — 881 — 16
14. Iowa State 9-0 — 804 — 17
15. UConn 10-1 — 661 — 10
16. Kansas 8-3 — 659 — 18
17. Memphis 8-2 — 630 — 15
18. Kentucky 9-3 — 529 — 19
19. North Carolina 8-3 — 413 — 14
20. San Diego State 9-1 — 378 — 24
21. Colorado 10-2 — 345 — 20
22. Iowa 11-2 — 278 — 25
23. UMass 10-1 — 154 — 22
24. Gonzaga 10-2 — 79 — 21
25. Missouri 10-1 — 69 — 23
Others receiving votes: Oklahoma 65, Illinois 53, Texas 47, George Washington 43, Toledo 27, Florida St. 23, Michigan 15, Harvard 14, UCLA 14, Saint Mary’s (Cal) 8, Pittsburgh 6, Creighton 5, LSU 1, SMU 1.

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