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BYU receives votes in AP Prime 25 following weekend win over San Francisco

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http://siftstar.com/2006/10/10/want-raw/ Preseason No. 1 Gonzaga has climbed back to the top of The Associated Press’s men’s basketball poll, ending Baylor’s five-week run.

The Bulldogs received 25 first-place votes, 11 fewer than No. 2 Auburn, but edged out the Tigers in the total and took first place.

Auburn has its highest ranking since reaching No. 2 in 1999-2000 after moving up two places.

Arizona, Purdue and Baylor round out the top five.

A wild week full of surprises led to big changes in the AP Top 25.

Baylor saw its 21-game winning streak with back-to-back losses and 13 losing teams over the past week, including nine on Saturday.

Baylor fell four spots to No. 5, while Southern California fell 11 spots to No. 16.

BYU got some votes this week after beating San Francisco this weekend.

The Cougars remain off the top 25 list this week, but are slowly closing in on placement.

AP Top 25 Men’s College Basketball:

  1. gonzaga
  2. Maroon
  3. Arizona
  4. Purdue
  5. Baylor
  6. duke
  7. Kansas
  8. Wisconsin
  9. UCLA
  10. Houston
  11. Villanova
  12. Kentucky
  13. LSU
  14. michigan st
  15. iowa st
  16. southern cal
  17. Illinois
  18. texas tech
  19. ohio st
  20. xavier
  21. providence
  22. Loyola Chicago
  23. Texas
  24. Tennessee
  25. UConn

Others receiving votes: Iowa 56, BYU 50, Davidson 34, Alabama 26, San Diego St. 25, Miami 21, Oregon 15, West Virginia 14, Colorado St. 13, Texas A&M 10, Oklahoma 7, TCU 4, North Carolina 2, Indiana 2.

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