Indiana lost one first-pace vote — which apparently went to no one — in the Associated Press poll but maintained its No. 1 spot in both that and the USA Today Coaches Poll on Monday. Duke remains No. 2 in both polls.
Michigan remains No. 3 and Ohio State is No. 7. Illinois, which claimed a landmark victory with a win over Gonzaga on Saturday night, gave the Big Ten four teams in the Top 10 by coming in at No. 10.
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