The Associated Press

Duke is again No. 1 in The Associated Press men's basketball poll, although for the first time in three weeks it's not unanimous. Central Florida joins the Top 25 for the first time in school history.

The Blue Devils were off last week and received all but one of the first-place votes Monday from the 65-member national media panel.

No. 2 Ohio State has the other first-place vote and is followed by Kansas, Connecticut and Syracuse. Completing the top 10 are Pittsburgh, San Diego State, Villanova, Missouri and Georgetown.

Florida rejoins the poll at No. 20 after being out two weeks. UCF is 10-0 and ranked No. 24.

Tennessee drops from No. 7 to No. 19 after losing twice -- to Oakland, Mich., and Charlotte. UNLV and Louisville fell from the poll.

AP Top 25 Men's Basketball Poll
Rank Team Record Votes
1 Duke (64) 10-0 1,624
2 Ohio State (1) 10-0 1,551
3 Kansas 10-0 1,479
4 Connecticut 8-0 1,408
5 Syracuse 11-0 1,395
6 Pittsburgh 11-1 1,270
7 San Diego State 12-0 1,134
8 Villanova 9-1 1,118
9 Missouri 10-1 1,009
10 Georgetown 10-1 980
11 Kansas State 9-2 866
12 Michigan State 8-3 858
13 Kentucky 8-2 850
14 Purdue 10-1 712
15 Baylor 7-1 684
16 Memphis 8-1 577
17 Minnesota 10-1 504
18 Texas 9-2 429
19 Tennessee 7-2 411
20 Florida 8-2 382
21 Illinois 10-2 370
22 Notre Dame 10-1 327
23 Brigham Young 10-1 302
24 UCF 10-0 258
25 Texas A&M 10-1 246
Others Receiving Votes: Louisville 124, Vanderbilt 49, Washington 49, Temple 39, West Virginia 24, Wisconsin 16, Northwestern 15, Cincinnati 14, North Carolina 10, UNLV 10, Arizona 8, Drexel 6, Saint Mary's 3, Gonzaga 3, Washington State 3, Boston College 2, Oklahoma State 2, Old Dominion 2, Cleveland State 1, New Mexico 1