The final poll of 2013 lists seven undefeated teams. In addition to Arizona, Syracuse and Ohio State, Wisconsin, Wichita State, Oregon and Iowa State are also without a loss this season.
For the third consecutive week, Arizona (13-0) pulls in 30 of the 32 first-place votes and was listed second on the other two. Syracuse (12-0) received one first-place mention as the No. 2 team and the other again goes to third-ranked Ohio State (13-0).
Louisville sees the biggest drop this week, going from fourth to No. 10. Villanova, which fell from the ranks of the unbeaten Saturday with a loss at Syracuse, is off three places to 14th this week. Kentucky, up two to 16th, has the week's biggest gain.
Michigan State (11-1) moves up to fourth with Wisconsin (13-0) close behind at No. 5. Oklahoma State (11-1) takes over the sixth spot and Wichita State (13-0) is seventh. Duke (10-2) goes to eighth with Oregon (12-0) at No. 9 and Louisville (11-2) completing the Top 10.
Baylor (10-1) is voted 11th, narrowly ahead of Big 12 rival Iowa State (11-0). Florida (10-2) is No. 13 and Villanova (11-1) settles in at 14th while Connecticut (11-1) remains in the No. 15 place.
Kentucky (10-3) improves to 16th, passing No. 17 Kansas (8-3) and 18th-ranked Memphis (9-2). North Carolina (9-3) and San Diego State (1-1) tie for the 19th spot.
Gonzaga (11-2) still finds itself 21st followed by, in order, Massachusetts (11-1), Iowa (11-2), Colorado (11-2) and Missouri (11-1).
There are a trio of games Sunday pitting ranked teams against each other. Iowa heads to Wisconsin for a key early Big Ten battle while Oregon visits Colorado in a Pac-12 matchup and San Diego State travels to Kansas.
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