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Virginia maintains #5 spot in national polls

virginia basketballVirginia is holding steady at #5 in the Associated Press and USA Today polls, released on Monday.

The Cavs (10-1) won their only game last week, rallying to defeat Cal, 63-62, in overtime on Dec. 22. The win was the ninth in a row for UVA since losing to George Washington on Nov. 16.

Michigan State (13-0) remained at #1 in both polls after the Spartans’ 99-93 overtime win over Oakland on Dec. 22. Next up for Oakland (7-4) is a game at Virginia on Wednesday.

 

AP Top 25

1 Michigan State (64) 13-0 1,623
2 Kansas (1) 10-1 1,534
3 Oklahoma 11-0 1,498
4 Maryland 11-1 1,428
5 Virginia 10-1 1,351
6 Xavier 12-0 1,296
7 North Carolina 10-2 1,219
8 Arizona 12-1 1,081
9 Butler 10-1 984
10 Kentucky 10-2 963
11 Iowa State 10-1 938
12 Providence 12-1 923
13 Miami (FL) 10-1 867
14 Purdue 12-1 818
15 Duke 9-2 781
16 Villanova 9-2 643
17 SMU 11-0 636
18 Louisville 11-2 516
19 West Virginia 10-1 500
20 Texas A&M 9-2 371
21 Utah 10-2 224
22 Cincinnati 10-3 199
23 Baylor 9-2 195
24 South Carolina 11-0 175
25 UCLA 9-4 51

USA Today Coaches Top 25

1 Michigan State (27) 13-0 771
2 Oklahoma (3) 11-0 730
3 Kansas (1) 10-1 715
4 Maryland 11-1 683
5 Virginia 10-1 648
6 Xavier 12-0 610
7 Arizona 12-1 544
8 North Carolina 10-2 530
9 Iowa State 10-1 480
10 Butler 10-1 471
11 Kentucky 10-2 465
12 Duke 9-2 434
13 Providence 12-1 396
14 Purdue 12-1 378
15 Miami (FL) 10-1 367
16 Villanova 9-2 309
17 West Virginia 10-1 299
18 Louisville 11-2 249
19 Texas A&M 9-2 220
20 South Carolina 11-0 157
21 Baylor 9-2 146
22 Utah 10-2 94
23 Cincinnati 10-3 90
24 Gonzaga 10-3 79
25 Pittsburgh 10-1 49



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