AP Top 25: North Carolina #1

    
March 3rd, 2008

1. North Carolina (38) 27-2 1,745
2. Memphis (21) 28-1 1,706
3. UCLA (12) 26-3 1,664
4. Tennessee (1) 26-3 1,625
5. Kansas 26-3 1,459
6. Duke 25-3 1,403
7. Stanford 24-4 1,317
8. Xavier 25-4 1,232
9. Texas 24-5 1,227
10. Wisconsin 24-4 1,199
11. Georgetown 24-4 1,147
12. Louisville 24-6 1,010
13. Connecticut 23-6 848
14. Butler 27-3 813
15. Purdue 23-6 779
16. Vanderbilt 24-5 658
17. Michigan State 23-6 657
18. Indiana 24-5 646
19. Notre Dame 22-6 578
20. Drake 25-4 346
21. Marquette 21-7 334
22. Gonzaga 23-6 323
23. Washington State 22-7 245
24. Clemson 21-7 124
25. Davidson 23-6 74

Others Receiving Votes
Brigham Young 63, Mississippi State 34, South Alabama 27, Pittsburgh 25, Saint Mary's 22, Kent State 19, Miami (FL) 13, Baylor 7, UAB 7, USC 7, Arizona State 4, Virginia Commonwealth 3, Western Kentucky 3, Texas A&M 3, Cornell 2, Robert Morris 1, Stephen F. Austin 1.

Dropped From Rankings
Kent State 23, Saint Mary's 25.