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Duke, Michigan on top for 4th straight week

By By The Sports Xchange
Published On: Jan 08 2013 08:08:36 AM CST
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Duke and Michigan stayed atop both major polls, which were released Monday, for the fourth straight week.

The Blue Devils (14-0) received 62 of 65 first place votes in the AP media poll and 30 of 31 top votes in the USA Today coaches poll. The Wolverines (15-0) got the remaining first place votes in both polls.

Louisville (13-1) overtook Arizona (14-0) for the third spot in the media poll but the Wildcats held on to No. 3 in the coaches poll.

The rest of the AP top 10 includes Indiana (fifth), Kansas (sixth), Syracuse (seventh), Minnesota (eighth), Gonzaga (ninth) and Missouri (10th).

USA Today's No. 5 through 10 spots belong to Indiana, Kansas, Syracuse, Gonzaga, Florida and Minnesota.

Aside from Duke, Michigan and Arizona, Wyoming is the nation's only other undefeated Division I team. The Cowboys (13-0) are unranked by AP but are No. 25 in the USA Today poll.

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