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Arizona still receiving votes in AP poll despite being swept by USC and UCLA


Despite being swept in Los Angeles, the Arizona Wildcats are still receiving votes in the AP poll.

They received nine votes in Monday’s poll, the ninth-most among unranked teams, meaning they are the No. 34 team in the country.

It is the first time all season the Wildcats have failed to crack the Top 25 in two straight weeks.

Oregon is the only Pac-12 school in the Top 25, checking in at No. 13. UCLA (54), Colorado (13), Stanford (4), Arizona State (4), and USC (2) are receiving votes in addition to Arizona.

As far as other rankings go, the Wildcats rank 17th in KenPom and 10th in NET., which compiles NCAA Tournament projections from a bunch of outlets, says the Wildcats average out to a 6.96 seed.

Arizona (19-10, 9-7) is currently in a four-way tie in the loss column for fourth place in the Pac-12 with Stanford, USC and Colorado.

Here is the AP poll in its entirety.

1. Kansas

2. Gonzaga

3. Dayton

4. Baylor

5. San Diego State

6. Kentucky

7. Florida State

8. Seton Hall

9. Maryland

10. Louisville

11. Creighton

12. Duke

13. Oregon

14. Villanova

15. BYU

16. Michigan State

17. Auburn

18. Iowa

19. Ohio State

20. Penn State

21. Houston

22. Virginia

23. Illinois

24. Wisconsin

25. Michigan

Others Receiving Votes: Butler 68, UCLA 54, Stephen F. Austin 47, East Tennessee State 31, West Virginia 22, Providence 17, Colorado 13, Marquette 12, Arizona 9, Texas Tech 9, Northern Iowa 4, Oklahoma 4, Stanford 4, Arizona State 4, Wichita State 2, Saint Mary’s 2, LSU 2, New Mexico State 2, USC 1, Belmont 1, Vermont 1