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College basketball rankings: Arizona remains 12th in AP Poll

No change for the Wildcats after one game

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Most teams have only played one game, but there's a new AP Poll out anyway.

The Arizona Wildcats remain in 12th. Here's a look at the full top-25.

2015-16 AP Poll

RK TEAM RECORD PTS
1 North Carolina Tar Heels (37) 2-0 1,571
2 Kentucky Wildcats (8) 2-0 1,520
3 Maryland Terrapins (14) 1-0 1,496
4 Kansas Jayhawks (5) 1-0 1,415
5 Duke Blue Devils 2-0 1,348
6 Virginia Cavaliers (1) 1-0 1,341
7 Iowa State Cyclones 1-0 1,189
8 Oklahoma Sooners 0-0 1,095
9 Wichita State Shockers 1-0 1,043
10 Gonzaga Bulldogs 0-0 1,040
11 Villanova Wildcats 1-0 1,013
12 Arizona Wildcats 1-0 973
13 Michigan State Spartans 1-0 837
14 Indiana Hoosiers 1-0 763
15 California Golden Bears 1-0 761
16 Utah Utes 1-0 514
17 Vanderbilt Commodores 1-0 462
18 Notre Dame Fighting Irish 1-0 414
19 Connecticut Huskies 1-0 373
20 Baylor Bears 1-0 368
21 Purdue Boilermakers 2-0 291
22 Butler Bulldogs 1-0 284
23 LSU Tigers 1-0 283
24 Michigan Wolverines 1-0 141
25 Oregon Ducks 1-0 121
Also Receiving Votes: SMU 105, Texas A&M 83, West Virginia 78, Cincinnati 72, Louisville 39, Miami (FL) 37, Wisconsin 25, Providence 14, Dayton 12, Florida State 10, Xavier 10, Valparaiso 8, Iowa 8, Texas 6, Rhode Island 5, BYU 4, Western Illinois 4, Oklahoma State 2, Old Dominion 2, UC Irvine 2, Colorado State 1, Yale 1, Washington 1

The Pac-12 now has four teams ranked, as Cal, Utah, and Oregon are now up there.

Arizona plays three games this week. Boise State was receiving votes in the preseason poll, but after an opening loss, the Broncos are no longer in that group.

There are some big-time games coming up over the next couple weeks across the college basketball landscape, so I would imagine that this will look a lot different in two weeks than it does now.