Syracuse remains No. 1 in The Associated Press men's college basketball Top 25 and are still undefeated on the season. They don't exactly have a smooth road ahead for the rest of the season, however -- they have to travel to Cameron Indoor to face a Duke team that took them into overtime earlier this season. Do the Orange deserve to be No. 1? Click the images to submit your own Top 25.

2013-14 College Basketball Top 25

Syracuse

Syracuse

AP rank: 1
23-0

Arizona

Arizona

AP rank: 2
23-1

Florida

Florida

AP rank: 3
21-2

Wichita State

Wichita State

AP rank: 4
25-0

San Diego State

San Diego State

AP rank: 5
21-1

Villanova

Villanova

AP rank: 6
21-2

Kansas

Kansas

AP rank: 7
18-5

Duke

Duke

AP rank: 8
19-5

Michigan State

Michigan State

AP rank: 9
20-4

Cincinnati

Cincinnati

AP rank: 10
22-3

Iowa State

Iowa State

AP rank: 11
18-4

Saint Louis

Saint Louis

AP rank: 12
22-2

Louisville

Louisville

AP rank: 13
19-4

Kentucky

Kentucky

AP rank: 14
18-5

Michigan

Michigan

AP rank: 15
17-6

Iowa

Iowa

AP rank: 16
18-6

Virginia

Virginia

AP rank: 17
19-5

Creighton

Creighton

AP rank: 18
19-4

Texas

Texas

AP rank: 19
18-5

Memphis

Memphis

AP rank: 20
18-5

Wisconsin

Wisconsin

AP rank: 21
19-5

Ohio State

Ohio State

AP rank: 22
19-5

Southern Methodist

Southern Methodist

AP rank: 23
19-5

Connecticut

Connecticut

AP rank: 24
18-5

Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh

AP rank: 25
20-4

Oklahoma

Oklahoma

AP rank: NR
18-6

Gonzaga

Gonzaga

AP rank: NR
21-4

UCLA

UCLA

AP rank: NR
18-5

New Mexico

New Mexico

AP rank: NR
18-4

Oklahoma State

Oklahoma State

AP rank: NR
16-7

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