(AP)-- The season of changing No. 1s ends with Louisville on top for
the first time in school history.
The Cardinals, the overall top seed in the NCAA tournament, took
advantage of a conference tournament week full of upsets to move
from fifth to first in The Associated Press poll on Monday.
Louisville swept the regular-season and tournament titles in the
This is the ninth time this season the No. 1 spot changed hands
among six teams, all from either the Big East or Atlantic Coast
North Carolina, which lost to Florida State in the ACC
semifinals, dropped one spot to second. Memphis, which has won 25
consecutive games, moved up one place to third, while Pittsburgh
and Connecticut, both quarterfinal losers in the Big East, dropped
two spots each to fourth and fifth.
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