UNDATED (AP) - The Ohio State Buckeyes are on top of The Associated Press top-25 men's college basketball poll. This marks the first time since the 1962 season when the Buckeyes were led by Jerry Lucas and John Havlicek that the school has the number-one ranking.
The team coached by Thad Motta was number-two in last week's poll but beat then number-one Wisconsin yesterday to wrap up the Big-Ten title. O-S-U received 62 first-place votes while runner-up U-C-L-A was given the other ten first-place nods. Rounding out the first five are Kansas, Wisconsin and Florida.
The second five this week features Memphis, Texas A-and-M, North Carolina, Georgetown and Nevada.
The second ten consists of Southern Illinois, Pittsburgh, Washington State, Duke, Texas, Louisville, Oregon, Butler, Vanderbilt and Marquette.