Found December 31, 2012 on The Cardinal Connect:
In week nine of both college basketball polls, the 12-1 Louisville Cardinals come in at No. 4. The Cards were ranked No. 4 last week in the AP Poll, but dropped one spot from 3-to-4 in the Coaches Poll. Arizona and Louisville were tied at No. 3 last week, but the Wildcats jumped head of the Cards this week. Duke, Michigan and Arizona are your top three and are the only three teams in the country that still haven’t lost. AP Top 25 1. Duke 2. Michigan 3. Arizona 4. Louisville 5. Indiana 6. Kansas 7. Syracuse 8. Ohio State 9. Minnesota 10. Gonzaga 11. Illinois 12. Missouri 13. Florida 14. Cincinnati 15. Georgetown 16. Creighton 17. Butler 18. Michigan State 19. San Diego State 20. New Mexico 21. Notre Dame 22. Oklahoma State 23. North Carolina State 24. Pittsburgh 25. Kansas State Complete details 12/31/2012 Coaches Poll 1. Duke 2. Michigan 3. Arizona 4. Louisville 5. Indiana 6. Kansas 7. Syracus
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