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1990 Preseason AP Men's Basketball Poll

Rank

 

Team (FPV)

 

Conference

 

W-L

 

PTS

1

 < 15

 

UNLV

 

 

0-0

 

2

 < NR

 

LSU

 

SEC

 

0-0

 

3

 < 7

 

Syracuse

 

 

0-0

 

4

 < 10

 

Michigan

 

Big Ten

 

0-0

 

5

 < 2

 

Georgetown

 

 

0-0

 

6

 < 1

 

Arizona

 

 

0-0

 

7

 < 5

 

North Carolina

 

 

0-0

 

8

 < 3

 

Illinois

 

Big Ten

 

0-0

 

9

 < NR

 

Arkansas

 

 

0-0

 

10

 < 9

 

Duke

 

 

0-0

 

11

 < 6

 

Missouri

 

 

0-0

 

12

 < 12

 

Louisville

 

 

0-0

 

13

 < NR

 

UCLA

 

 

0-0

 

14

 < 8

 

Indiana

 

Big Ten

 

0-0

 

15

 < NR

 

Temple

 

 

0-0

 

16

 < 4

 

Oklahoma

 

 

0-0

 

17

 < NR

 

Notre Dame

 

 

0-0

 

18

 < NR

 

Pittsburgh

 

 

0-0

 

19

 < 19

 

North Carolina State

 

 

0-0

 

20

 < NR

 

Minnesota

 

Big Ten

 

0-0

 

21

 < NR

 

Oklahoma State

 

 

0-0

 

22

 < NR

 

Georgia Tech

 

 

0-0

 

23

 < NR

 

Florida

 

SEC

 

0-0

 

24

 < NR

 

Memphis

 

 

0-0

 

25

 < NR

 

St. John's (NY)

 

 

0-0

 

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.
- Poll dates from 1948-49 to 2006-07 fall on Tuesdays with a few exceptions. Dates from 2007-08 to present fall on Mondays.
- Some of this weekly poll data was contributed to the ESPN College Basketball Encyclopedia: The Complete History of the Game



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