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IU drops to number two in AP men's college basketball poll

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BLOOMINGTON, IN -

Indiana University (25-4) dropped to number two in the Associated Press men's college basketball poll this week, switching places with number-one ranked Gonzaga.

The Hoosiers (number one in the Big Ten) beat Iowa 73-60 on Saturday. Their next game is Tuesday in Bloomington, when they host Ohio State.

Duke stays at number three, while Kansas is number four (up from six last week) and Georgetown moves ahead to number five.

Notre Dame is ranked 24th and Butler is not in this week's poll.

The top 25 teams in The Associated Press' college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through March 3, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and last week's ranking:

RecordPtsPrv

1. Gonzaga (51) 29-2 1,607 2

2. Indiana (7) 25-4 1,517 1

3. Duke (5) 25-4 1,471 3

4. Kansas 25-4 1,433 6

5. Georgetown (2) 23-4 1,384 7

6. Miami 23-5 1,245 5

7. Michigan 24-5 1,240 4

8. Louisville 24-5 1,217 10

9. Kansas St. 24-5 1,040 13

10. Michigan St. 22-7 1,006 9

11. Florida 23-5 993 8

12. New Mexico 25-4 950 14

13. Oklahoma St. 22-6 833 15

14. Ohio St. 21-7 763 16

15. Marquette 21-7 687 22

16. Saint Louis 23-5 675 18

17. Syracuse 22-7 589 12

18. Arizona 23-6 394 11

19. Oregon 23-6 332 24

20. Pittsburgh 23-7 326 23

21. VCU 23-6 277 -

22. Wisconsin 20-9 217 17

23. UCLA 22-7 196 -

24. Notre Dame 22-7 164 21

25. Memphis 25-4 149 19

Others receiving votes: North Carolina 109, Louisiana Tech 103, Saint Mary's (Cal) 47, UNLV 43, California 33, Butler 26, Illinois 25, Minnesota 10, Creighton 7, Middle Tennessee 5, Akron 4, Missouri 4, Belmont 3, Colorado St. 1.

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