Monday December 14th, 2015

Michigan State and Kansas remain the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the Associated Press Top 25 poll for Week 6.

The Spartans are coming off a 58–52 win over Florida, while the Jayhawks defeated Oregon State 82–67 on Saturday.

Michigan State received all but one first place vote.

Oklahoma moved up to the No. 3 spot after previously holding the No. 7 spot in Week 5. The Sooners defeated Villanova 78–55 last Monday and Oral Roberts 96–73 on Saturday.

North Carolina fell from No. 3 down to the No. 11 spot after at two point loss to Texas on Saturday.

George Washington and UCLA entered the Top 25 for the first time this season at No. 21 and No. 22 respectively, while Vanderbilt, Oregon, Utah and Gonzaga all dropped out of the poll.

Here are the full rankings:

1. Michigan St.

2. Kansas

3. Oklahoma

4. Kentucky

5. Iowa St.

6. Maryland

7. Duke

8. Virginia

9. Purdue

10. Xavier

11. North Carolina

12. Villanova

13. Arizona

14. Providence

15. Miami

16. Baylor

17. Butler

18. SMU

19. Louisville

20. West Virginia

21. George Washington

22. UCLA

23. Cincinnati

24. Texas A&M

25. UConn

Others receiving votes: Gonzaga 44, South Carolina 42, Oregon 37, Colorado 21, Vanderbilt 18, Wichita St. 17, Dayton 14, UALR 14, Pittsburgh 12, Georgetown 8, Utah 7, Notre Dame 4, Texas 4, Iowa 3, Northwestern 3, Syracuse 3, Army 1, Florida 1, Houston 1, Marquette 1.

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