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Badgers return to AP Poll

Published On: Feb 10 2014 11:11:20 AM CST


The Wisconsin Badger men's basketball team has returned to the Associated Press men's basketball poll.

Wins at Illinois and home against Michigan State have the Badgers ranked 21st this week.

Syracuse remains number one as the top five teams all held their positions from last week's poll.


1. Syracuse

2. Arizona

3. Florida

4. Wichita State

5. San Diego State

6. Villanova

7. Kansas

8. Duke

9. Michigan State

10. Cincinnati

11. Iowa State

12. Saint Louis

13. Louisville

14. Kentucky

15. Michigan

16. Iowa

17. Virginia

18. Creighton

19. Texas

20. Memphis

21. Wisconsin

22. Ohio State

23. Southern Methodist

24. Connecticut

25. Pittsburgh

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