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Syracuse still No. 1 in AP poll, Florida moves to No. 2

C.J. FairC.J. Fair and Syracuse pulled off another last-second win against NC State on Saturday (Rich Barnes/Getty)

Syracuse is again No. 1 in the AP poll this week after Tyler Ennis' buzzer-beater at Pittsburgh last Wednesday and C.J. Fair's game-winning layup against N.C. State on Saturday. But the Orange are no longer the consensus top team in the country.

After defeating Kentucky at Rupp Arena for the first time since 2007, the Florida Gators jumped to No. 2 team in the country and received one first-place vote. The still-unbeaten Wichita State Shockers are No. 3. Arizona, which fell to Arizona State (in part due to bad officiating), dropped to No. 4, and Duke moved up three spots to No. 5.

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San Diego State, Cincinnati, Kansas, Villanova and Saint Louis rounded out the top 10.

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See the entire AP Top 25 poll below:

1. Syracuse (64) 25-0

2. Florida (1) 23-2

3. Wichita State 27-0

4. Arizona 23-2

5. Duke 20-5

6. San Diego State 22-2

7. Cincinnati 23-3

8. Kansas 19-6

9. Villanova 22-3

10. Saint Louis 23-2

11. Creighton 21-4

11. Louisville 21-4

13. Michigan St. 21-5

14. Virginia 21-5

15. Iowa 19-6

16. Wisconsin 21-5

17. Iowa St. 19-5

18. Kentucky 19-6

19. Texas 20-5

20. Michigan 18-7

21. UConn 20-5

22. Memphis 19-6

23. UCLA 20-5

24. Ohio St. 20-6

25. Gonzaga 23-4

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