Michigan back up to No. 2 in Associated Press poll

ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Michigan is back in a familiar place.

After last week's fall to No. 5 in the Associated Press poll, the Wolverines are back at No. 2 in the poll.

Duke is back up to the top spot in the Top 25.

Michigan beat Minnesota on the road last week to improve to 17-1 overall and 4-1 in the Big Ten. Kansas and Syracuse are tied for third while last week's No. 1 team, Louisville, dropped to fifth.

The Wolverines received 11 first-place votes.

In the USA Today Coaches' Poll, Michigan is No. 3, behind Duke and Kansas.

The Associated Press Top 25 for January 21:
1. Duke (39), 16-1
2. Michigan (11), 17-1
t3. Kansas (7), 16-1
t3. Syracuse (8), 17-1
5. Louisville, 16-2
6. Arizona, 16-1
7. Indiana, 16-2
8. Florida, 14-2
9. Butler, 16-2
10. Gonzaga, 17-2
11. Kansas State, 15-2
12. Minnesota, 15-3
13. Michigan State, 16-3
14. Ohio State, 13-4
15. New Mexico, 162
16. Oregon, 16-2
17. Creighton, 17-2
18. North Carolina State, 15-3
19. VCU, 16-3
20. Wichita State, 17-2
21. Cincinnati, 16-3
22. Missouri, 13-4
23. Mississippi, 15-2
24. Notre Dame, 15-3
25. Miami, 13-3

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