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At least the UConn men’s team is still No. 1.
On the day Connecticut’s women dropped out of the top spot after their first loss of the season, the men held the No. 1 spot in The Associated Press poll for a fourth straight week.
The Huskies were a runaway choice Monday, with Duke staying at No. 2.
Connecticut’s run atop the Top 25 follows a month that saw the No. 1 ranking change four times, from UConn to Kansas to Florida and back to UConn.
Connecticut (11-1), which beat Massachusetts and Rice last week, received 50 first-place votes and 1,752 points from the national media panel.
Duke (10-1), a winner against Davidson and Clemson, was No. 1 on five ballots and had 1,673 points.
Arizona, Stanford, Wake Forest, Oklahoma and Kentucky all moved up one spot to take places No. 3 to No. 7. Georgia Tech (12-1), which lost to Georgia 83-80 in double overtime Saturday, fell from third to No. 8, the week’s biggest drop.
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