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February 14, 1949 AP Men's Basketball Poll

Rank Team (FPV) Conference Record Points
1 < 1 Kentucky (64) SEC 20-1 805
2 < 2 Saint Louis (13) 16-2 741
3 < 3 Oklahoma State (2) Missouri Valley 16-3 578
4 < 4 Illinois (1) Big Ten 16-2 571
5 < 8 Tulane 19-2 297
6 < 7 Minnesota (1) Big Ten 16-2 271
7 < 6 Western Kentucky 20-3 264
8 < 9 San Francisco 19-4 165
9 < 5 Hamline 17-1 118
10 < 14 Bowling Green 16-6 116
11 < 16 Butler (2) 15-3 102
12 < NR Bradley (1) 22-4 100
13 < 11 Loyola Chicago 16-4 54
14 < 12 Utah 18-5 49
15 < 13 Villanova 15-3 43
16 < NR Oklahoma Big 7 11-6 35
17 < NR DePaul 14-7 32
17 < NR NC State 17-8 32
17 < 19 Wyoming 20-6 32
20 < 20 Duquesne 15-3 30
20 < 10 Stanford 17-5 30
20 < NR Yale Ivy 16-4 30
RV < NR CCNY 29
RV < 17 Washington State 21
RV < NR Eastern Kentucky 15
RV < 15 Holy Cross 14
RV < NR La Salle 13
RV < NR Texas Southwest 13
RV < NR Louisville 11
RV < NR Michigan Big Ten 11
RV < NR Kansas State Big 7 6
RV < NR Tennessee SEC 6
RV < NR USC 6
RV < NR Notre Dame 5
RV < 18 Ohio State Big Ten 5
RV < NR Temple 5
RV < NR Arkansas Southwest 2
RV < NR New York 2
RV < NR West Virginia 2
RV < NR Nebraska Big 7 1

Notes

  • First-place votes, W-L records, and total points are not available prior to 2001-02. If you have some of this data from a verifiable source, please contact me.
  • Regular-season polls from 1949-60 had 20 teams, from 1961-68 had 10 teams (except in December 1960 and the 1964-65 preseason polls), and 1990-present had 25 teams.
  • Preseason polls started in the 1961-62 season, and there were post-tournament polls in 1953, 1954, 1974, and 1975.
  • All poll dates fall on Mondays with a few exceptions. See explanation here.

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