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Final AP Top 25, NCAA tournament don't agree on top four teams

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The final Associated Press college basketball poll and the NCAA Tournament don't agree on the top four teams.

Kansas is No. 1 for the third straight week, while Michigan State, which did not get one of the NCAA field's four No. 1 seeds, is second and is followed by North Carolina and Virginia.

The Jayhawks (30-4) received 63 first-place votes Monday from the 65-member national media panel. Michigan State, a No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament, got the other two No. 1 votes.

Oregon, the NCAA's other No. 1 seed, is fifth, followed by Villanova, Oklahoma and Xavier. Miami and Kentucky are tied for 10th.

Big East champion Seton Hall is the week's only newcomer at No. 20, replacing Texas.

There were six No. 1s over the course of this season -- one short of the record set in 1982-83 -- and Kansas' five weeks were the most on top.

AP voters ranked 44 schools this season, and the Atlantic Coast Conference had the most with eight.