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Michigan State remained the No. 1 team in this week's Associated Press college basketball poll, released Monday.

The Spartans (13-0) played just one game last week and got past Oakland in overtime, 99-93, in a game played at The Palace.

The Spartans open Big Ten play Tuesday night at Iowa at 9 p.m.

MSU, just as in last week's poll, earned 64 of 65 first-place votes in the poll. No. 2 Kansas earned one first-place vote.

Oklahoma, Maryland and Virginia rounded out the top five.

ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL

1. Michigan State (64 first-place points), 13-0 record, 1,623 points (1 last week)

2. Kansas (1), 10-1, 1,534 (2)

3. Oklahoma, 11-0, 1,498 (3)

4. Maryland, 11-1, 1,428 (4)

5. Virginia, 10-1, 1,351 (5)

6. Xavier, 12-0, 1,296 (6)

7. North Carolina, 10-2, 1,219 (7)

8. Arizona, 12-1, 1,081 (8)

9. Butler, 10-1, 984 (9)

10. Kentucky, 10-2, 963 (12)

11. Iowa State, 10-1, 938 (11)

12. Providence, 12-1, 923 (10)

13. Miami, 10-1, 867 (13)

14. Purdue, 12-1, 818 (14)

15. Duke, 9-2, 781 (15)

16. Villanova, 9-2, 643 (17)

17. SMU, 11-0, 636 (18)

18. Louisville, 11-2, 516 (16)

19. West Virginia, 10-1, 500 (19)

20. Texas A&M, 9-2, 371 (21)

21. Utah, 10-2, 224 (24)

22. Cincinnati, 10-3, 199 (22)

23. Baylor, 9-2, 195 (23)

24. South Carolina, 11-0, 175 (25)

25. UCLA, 9-4, 51 (NR)

Others receiving votes: UConn 49, Oregon 45, Gonzaga 44, Pittsburgh 42, George Washington 40, Dayton 19, Colorado 15, Monmouth (N.J.) 11, Northwestern 11, Vanderbilt 10, Iowa 7, Texas Tech 6, Florida 4, Texas 4, Saint Joseph’s 2, Mississippi 1, Saint Mary’s (Calif.) 1.

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