Gonzaga recovers number 1, Duke drops to 3rd place in Parlay Game standings

NEW YORK — Gonzaga is back on the top 25 poll Parlay Game Top 25 on men's basketball.

The Zags earned a spot on Monday to start a second stint at No. 1 this season, both replacing duke at the top. They got 44 of 64 votes from first place.

TeamRecordLast1. Gonzaga (44) 27-222. Virginia (15) 24-233. Duc (3) 24-314. Kentucky (2) 23-445. North Carolina22-586. Michigan St.23-5107. Tennessee24-358. Houston26-199. Michigan24-4710. Marquette23-41111. Texas Tech22-51412. Nevada25-2613. LSU22-51314. Purdue20-71515. Kansas20-71216. Kansas St21-62317. Maryland21-72418. Florida St.21-61619. Wisconsin19-82220. Virginia Tech21-62021. Buffalo24-32522. Iowa21-62123. Cincinnati23-4-24. Wofford24-4-25. Washington22-5-

Gonzaga (27-2) spent two weeks at No. 1 after defeating the Blue Devils to win the Maui Invitational in November. Mark Few's team fell after a defeat in December at Tennessee followed by another to North Carolinabut has since won 18 consecutive games.

Virginia won a place in second place and got 15 first place votes, while the Blue Devils fell to third place after losing at home to North Carolina in a match that saw the first star Zion Williamson get off with a right knee injury in the first minute – complete with the image of his left foot ripping through his shoe while he was falling to the ground.

The Tar Heels climbed to fifth place behind last season. Kentucky. Michigan State, Tennessee, Houston, Michigan and Marquette completed the top 10.

Pre-season n ° 1 Kansas fell to 15th, the lowest Jayhawks rank since January 2014.

There were three new additions to this week's poll, titled by Wofford record at number 24 for the first appearance of the Parlay Game survey in the program history. The Terriers (24-4) are 16-0 at the South Conference and their only losses were suffered by UNC conference teams, Oklahoma, Kansas and State of Mississippi.

Cincinnati and Washington both returned to the polls, while Louisville, State of Iowa and national champion Villanova slipped.

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