Huskers men's basketball back in AP Top 25

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The Nebraska men's basketball team is back in the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll.

The Huskers are ranked 25th in the poll, which was released Monday.

The Huskers beat Oklahoma State on Sunday, 79-56, pushing its record to 9-2 on the season.

The team is back in Saturday, Dec. 29, when it hosts Cal State Fullerton.

You can see the complete Top 25 poll below.

The top 25 teams in The Associated Press' college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Dec. 16, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and last week's ranking:
Record Pts Prv
1. Kansas (56) 9-0 1586 1
2. Duke (5) 9-1 1488 2
3. Tennessee (2) 8-1 1464 3
4. Michigan (1) 11-0 1442 5
5. Virginia (1) 9-0 1400 6
6. Nevada 11-0 1319 7
7. Auburn 9-1 1156 8
8. Gonzaga 9-2 1147 4
9. North Carolina 8-2 1126 12
10. Michigan St. 9-2 1070 9
11. Florida St. 8-1 949 10
12. Texas Tech 10-0 912 11
13. Virginia Tech 9-1 838 13
14. Buffalo 10-0 684 14
15. Ohio St. 9-1 647 15
16. Wisconsin 9-2 619 16
17. Mississippi St. 9-1 529 18
18. Arizona St. 8-1 415 20
19. Kentucky 8-2 377 19
20. Marquette 8-2 350 21
21. Houston 10-0 266 24
22. Indiana 9-2 226 25
23. Iowa 8-2 224 22
24. Furman 12-0 208 23
25. Nebraska 9-2 156 --
Others receiving votes: Oklahoma 115, Maryland 103, Kansas St. 90, St. John's 59, Villanova 52, N.C. State 38, Purdue 20, TCU 17, Iowa St. 9, Cincinnati 7, Louisville 6, Florida 3, Minnesota 3, Belmont 2, San Francisco 2, NJIT 1.

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