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Covering UNM Lobos and Mountain West Conference hoops and more2013-2014 Schedule/Results | Roster

Lobos still receiving one vote in AP Top 25 (view poll)

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The New Mexico Lobos are still receiving one point (meaning one of 65 voters placed them at No. 25 on their ballot) in Monday’s new Associated Press Top 25.

Fellow Mountain West team San Diego State moved up from No. 10 to No. 7 and is the only league team ranked once again.

To view Journal staff writer Geoff Grammer’s Associated Press Top 25 ballot for Monday, CLICK HERE (spoiler alert: He wasn’t the voter who had the Lobos on his ballot).

Associated Press Top 25 for Jan. 20

(ranking, team, first place votes in parenthesis, record through Jan. 19, points and last week’s ranking)
1. Arizona (61) 18-0 — 1,621 — 1
2. Syracuse (4) 18-0 — 1,559 — 2
3. Michigan State 17-1 — 1,497 — 4
4. Villanova 16-1 1,377 6
5. Wichita State 19-0 — 1,368 — 5
6. Florida 15-2 — 1,303 — 7
7. San Diego State 16-1 — 1,211 — 10
8. Kansas 13-4 — 1,117 — 15
9. Wisconsin 16-2 — 1,074 — 3
10. Iowa 15-3 — 1,041 — 14
11. Oklahoma State 15-3 — 971 — 9
12. Louisville 16-3 — 804 — 18
13. UMass 16-1 — 781 — 16
14. Kentucky 13-4 — 769 — 13
15. Cincinnati 17-2 — 736 — 19
16. Iowa State 14-3 — 644 — 8
17. Ohio State 15-3 — 549 — 11
18. Duke 14-4 — 447 — 23
19. Saint Louis 17-2 — 421 — 24
20. Pittsburgh 16-2 — 419 — 22
21. Michigan 13-4 — 362 — NR
22. Kansas State 14-4 — 221 — NR
23. Memphis 13-4 — 201 — 17
24. Baylor 13-4 — 170 — 12
25. Oklahoma 14-4 — 111 — 25
Others receiving votes: Creighton 98, UConn 62, Gonzaga 59, California 44, Colorado 26, UCLA 23, Harvard 12, George Washington 8, Missouri 6, Texas 5, Xavier 4, SMU 2, New Mexico 1, Virginia 1.

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