Louisville landed in the top spot in the Associated Press Top 25 rankings for just the second time in school history after the last remaining undefeateds, Duke and Michigan, fell to conference rivals. Are the Cardinals, who were just one of five teams to receive a first-place vote, deserving of the No. 1 position? Simply click on the logos below to submit your ballot.

Records through Jan. 13, 2013.

College basketball Top 25

Louisville

Louisville

AP rank: 1
15-1

Indiana

Indiana

AP rank: 2
15-1

Duke

Duke

AP rank: 3
15-1

Kansas

Kansas

AP rank: 4
14-1

Michigan

Michigan

AP rank: 5
16-1

Syracuse

Syracuse

AP rank: 6
16-1

Arizona

Arizona

AP rank: 7
15-1

Gonzaga

Gonzaga

AP rank: 8
16-1

Minnesota

Minnesota

AP rank: 9
15-2

Florida

Florida

AP rank: 10
12-2

Ohio State

Ohio State

AP rank: 11
13-3

Creighton

Creighton

AP rank: 12
16-1

Butler

Butler

AP rank: 13
14-2

N.C. State

N.C. State

AP rank: 14
14-2

San Diego State

San Diego State

AP rank: 15
14-2

Kansas State

Kansas State

AP rank: 16
13-2

Missouri

Missouri

AP rank: 17
12-3

Michigan State

Michigan State

AP rank: 18
14-3

New Mexico

New Mexico

AP rank: 19
15-2

Notre Dame

Notre Dame

AP rank: 20
14-2

Oregon

Oregon

AP rank: 21
14-2

VCU

VCU

AP rank: 22
14-3

Illinois

Illinois

AP rank: 23
14-4

UCLA

UCLA

AP rank: 24
14-3

Marquette

Marquette

AP rank: 25
12-3

Cincinnati

Cincinnati

AP rank: Not ranked
14-3

Connecticut

Connecticut

AP rank: Not ranked
12-3

Georgetown

Georgetown

AP rank: Not ranked
11-3

Ole Miss

Ole Miss

AP rank: Not ranked
13-2

UNLV

UNLV

AP rank: Not ranked
14-3

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