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Six teams from the SEC are ranked in the latest AP Top 25, with Tennessee (16-1) at No. 1.

Complete AP Top 25:
1. Tennessee (48) 16-1
2. Duke (11) 15-2
3. Virginia (3) 16-1
4. Gonzaga 18-2
5. Michigan 17-1
6. Michigan State (2) 16-2
7. Nevada 18-1
8. Kentucky 14-3
9. Kansas 15-3
10. Virginia Tech 15-2
11. North Carolina 14-4
12. Marquette 16-3
13. Maryland 16-3
14. Texas Tech 15-3
14. Buffalo 17-1
16. Auburn 13-4
17. Houston 18-1
18. Villanova 14-4
19. Iowa 16-3
20. Mississippi 14-3
21. NC State 15-3
22. Mississippi State 14-3
23. Louisville 13-5
24. Iowa State 14-4
25. LSU 14-3

Others receiving votes: Florida State 139, Purdue 111, Kansas State 91, Nebraska 66, Wisconsin 64, Oklahoma 16, Syracuse 13, Washington 11, Murray State 9, Cincinnati 6, Wofford 5, Saint Louis 3, Florida 2, San Francisco 2, TCU 1, Hofstra 1

Dropped from rankings: Florida State 11, Oklahoma 20, Indiana 25
Filed Under: SEC Basketball

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Reply23 days
Isn’t the SEC supposed to be down this year?
Reply25 days
Well doesnt this suck for SEC East teams not named Tennessee or Kentucky.
Reply26 days
VOLS leading the way as the SEC pivots from a football conference to a basketball conference
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Pretty amazing considering where this conference was a few years ago
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