AP Hoop Poll
In the latest Associated Press college basketball poll released yesterday, Georgetown, the nation's only major unbeaten team, remained No. I and, for the fourth time in six weeks, the Hoyas received all 60 first-place votes and 1,200 points from the nationwide panel of sportwriters and broadcasters.
Southern Methodist moved up a notch to second place, while Duke, ranked second for the past five weeks, dropped to fifth after suffering two-point overtime losses last week.
St. John's, Georgetown's opponent Saturday, was in third place, followed by Memphis State.
Illinois, 15-4 and 11th last week, jumped to sixth, while DePaul move three places to seventh with 682 points, two more than North Carolina. Oklahoma and Oregon State, 13th and 14th last week, respectively, jumped to ninth and 10th this week.