Florida drops a few spots after Ohio State loss

By Adam Silverstein
November 21, 2011

The second edition of the regular season USA Today/ESPN and Associated Press Top 25 Polls were released on Monday, and the North Carolina Tar Heels remained slotted as the overwhelming No. 1 team in the country with a combined 92 of 96 first-place votes. The Florida Gators dropped slightly in each poll and are one of four/five Southeastern Conference teams listed in the respective rankings.

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USA TODAY/ESPN COACHES POLL
This Week 1-5: North Carolina (30), Kentucky (1), Ohio State, Connecticut, Syracuse
6-10: Duke, Louisville, Memphis, Florida, Baylor
11-15: Wisconsin, Xavier, Alabama, Kansas, Michigan
16-20: Pittsburgh, Marquette, California, Gonzaga, Florida State
21-25: Missouri, Vanderbilt, Arizona, Texas A&M, Creighton

Last Week 1-5: North Carolina (30), Kentucky (1), Ohio State, Connecticut, Syracuse
6-10: Duke, Louisville, Florida, Pittsburgh, Memphis
11-15: Kansas, Baylor, Wisconsin, Xavier, Alabama
16-20: Arizona, Michigan, Texas A&M, Marquette
21-25: Cincinnati/Vanderbilt, California, Gonzaga, Florida State, Missouri

ASSOCIATED PRESS TOP 25 POLL
This Week 1-5: North Carolina (62), Kentucky, Ohio State (1), UConn (2), Syracuse
6-10: Duke, Louisville, Memphis, Baylor, Florida
11-15: Wisconsin, Xavier, Alabama, Kansas, Michigan
16-20: Marquette, Pittsburgh, Vanderbilt, Gonzaga, California
21-25: Missouri, Florida State, Arizona, Mississippi State, Texas A&M

Last Week 1-5: North Carolina (62), Kentucky, Ohio State (1), UConn (2), Syracuse
6-10: Duke, Florida, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Memphis
11-15: Baylor, Kansas, Xavier, Wisconsin, Arizona
16-20: Alabama, Michigan, Vanderbilt, Texas A&M, Cincinnati
21-25: Marquette, Gonzaga, California, Missouri, Florida State

*Numbers in parenthesis represent first-place votes.

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