LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – If you believe that the Associated Press college basketball rankings are a reasonable snapshot on the seeding list for the NCAA Tournament, here are the three teams that will join Kentucky as Number One seeds in three weeks:


Virginia (2), Gonzaga (3) and Duke (4).


The Wildcats, of course, remain the unanimous choice as the top-ranked team in the AP poll. John Calipari's team has been ranked first all season.


What about Louisville, after the loss to Syracuse and the dismissal of Chris Jones?


The Cards fell to 17th, behind Oklahoma, their lowest ranking this season. Louisville plays at Georgia Tech Monday night. Eric Crawford and Mike Lacett are traveling to Atlanta to cover that game for WDRB Television and
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Here is the complete poll:


Record Pts Prv


1. Kentucky (65) 27-0 1,625 1


2. Virginia 25-1 1,526 2


3. Gonzaga 28-1 1,471 3


4. Duke 24-3 1,448 4


5. Wisconsin 25-2 1,390 5


6. Villanova 25-2 1,306 6


7. Arizona 24-3 1,228 7


8. Kansas 22-5 1,111 8


9. Notre Dame 24-4 1,109 10


10. N. Iowa 26-2 1,032 11


11. Wichita St. 25-3 930 13


12. Iowa St. 20-6 887 14


13. Utah 21-5 876 9


14. Maryland 22-5 695 16


15. North Carolina 19-8 655 15


16. Oklahoma 19-8 622 17


17. Louisville 21-6 613 12


18. Arkansas 22-5 564 18


19. Baylor 20-7 473 20


20. West Virginia 21-6 453 23


21. SMU 22-5 357 21


22. VCU 21-6 182 25


23. Butler 19-8 165 19


24. San Diego St. 22-6 117 _


25. Providence 19-8 72 _


Others receiving votes: Georgetown 58, Michigan St. 56, Murray St. 42, Oklahoma St. 25, Ohio St. 12, Valparaiso 10, Texas A&M 8, Rhode Island 3, Stephen F. Austin 2, Oregon 1, Texas 1.


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