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The Associated Press | November 18, 2014

Kentucky remains No. 1 in AP poll

Kentucky remains No. 1 in the first Associated Press regular-season men's basketball poll released Monday.

The Wildcats kept the top spot despite struggling for a half against Buffalo, earning 49 first-place votes from the 64-member national media panel. Arizona was at No. 2 and earned four first-place votes, with No. 3 Wisconsin receiving seven and No. 4 Duke four. Arizona edged the Badgers by 16 total points.

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The poll was relatively unchanged from the preseason after every team but one went undefeated during the opening weekend.

Louisville and Florida swapped spots -- now now No. 7 and No. 8, respectively -- in the only change in the top 10. Kansas was fifth, North Carolina sixth, with Virginia and Texas closing out the top 10.

Harvard, tied for No. 25, dropped out after losing to Holy Cross.

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