After two conference victories over Penn State and Indiana, Michigan stayed at No. 2 in the latest Associated Press poll.
Duke remained at No. 1 in the poll with 1,535 points and 37 first-place votes ahead of the Wolverines who earned 1,499 votes and only 9 first-place votes. Tennessee remains right at Michigan’s heels at No. 3 and only 18 points behind the Wolverines. The Volunteers’ 13 first-place votes are more than the Wolverines.
The other two teams in the top-five are Virginia and Gonzaga.
The other Big Ten teams in the AP top 25 are Michigan State at No. 6, Ohio State at No. 16 and Indiana at No. 22