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38 Games In, Chris Mack Has Louisville At No. 2 In The AP Poll

Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

38 games into his tenure as the head coach at Louisville, Chris Mack has the second ranked team in college basketball.

Louisville jumped from No. 4 to No. 2 in the updated AP Poll and received eight first place votes.

Duke moved to No. 1 receiving 52 first-place votes. Michigan State holds at No. 3 while Kansas and North Carolina rounded out the top five. Virginia jumped up to No. 7, which means the ACC has four teams in the top ten.

No. 2 is Louisville’s highest AP Poll ranking since they were at No. 1 during the 2012-13 season. The Cards have spent a total of 20 weeks at No. 2 in the 85 years that the AP Poll has existed.

1. Duke
2. Louisville
3. Michigan State
4. Kansas
5. North Carolina
6. Maryland
7. Virginia
8. Gonzaga
9. Kentucky
10. Ohio State
11. Oregon
12. Texas Tech
13. Seton Hall
14. Arizona
15. Utah State
16. Memphis
17. Villanova
18. Xavier
19. Auburn
20. Tennessee
21. VCU
22. Texas
23. Colorado
24. Baylor
25. Washington

Others Receiving Votes: Florida State 91, Florida 67, LSU 61, Saint Mary’s 55, Evansville 43, Oklahoma 29, Vermont 11, Michigan 11, Marquette 11, Purdue 11, Butler 10, Mississippi State 9, Virginia Tech 7, West Virginia 6, Providence 5, Wisconsin 5, Liberty 4, Arkansas 3, Missouri 2, Connecticut 2, USC 2, New Mexico 2, San Diego State 2, Dayton 1

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