Shockers climb to No. 13 in AP basketball poll

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 The top 25 teams in The Associated Press' men's college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Feb. 18, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and last week's ranking:

                        Record    Pts  Pvs
 1. Virginia (42)       24-2   1,601   1
 2. Michigan St. (19)   26-3   1,565   2
 3. Villanova (4)       24-3   1,509   3
 4. Xavier              24-4   1,398   4
 5. Duke                22-5   1,292  12
 6. Texas Tech          22-5   1,206   7
 6. Gonzaga             25-4   1,206   9
 8. Kansas              21-6   1,166  13
 9. Purdue              24-5   1,130   6
10. North Carolina      21-7   1,074  14
11. Cincinnati          23-4     954   5
12. Auburn              23-4     873  10
13. Wichita St.         21-5     870  19
14. Arizona             21-6     831  17
15. Clemson             20-6     683  11
16. Ohio St.            22-7     680   8
17. Michigan            22-7     615  22
18. Rhode Island        21-4     455  16
19. Tennessee           19-7     427  18
20. Nevada              23-5     330  24
21. West Virginia       19-8     329  20
22. Saint Mary's (Cal)25-4     291  15
23. Houston             21-5     263   -
24. Middle Tennessee    22-5     87   -
25. Florida St.         19-8     63   -

   Others receiving votes: Baylor 52, Kentucky 33, Arizona St 32, Arkansas 23, UCLA 20, St. Bonaventure 13, Virginia Tech 12, Creighton 10, Penn St. 6, Kansas St 5, Missouri 5, Texas A&M 4, TCU 4, Butler 2, Loyola of Chicago 2, Alabama 1, Oklahoma 1, Boise St. 1, ETSU 1.

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