Alabama receives one vote in AP basketball poll

For the first time since mid-January, Alabama received a vote in the Associated Press basketball poll. Just one voter had the Crimson Tide at No. 25 this week after winning three straight.

Update: We found the one ballot that included Alabama. You might know it’s owner, Mark McCarter of The Huntsville Times.

The complete poll …

1. Kentucky (63) 28-1 1,623 1
2. Syracuse (2) 29-1 1,562 2
3. Kansas 24-5 1,459 4
4. Duke 25-4 1,409 5
5. Michigan St. 24-5 1,372 6
6. North Carolina 25-4 1,314 7
7. Missouri 25-4 1,253 3
8. Marquette 24-5 1,150 10
9. Baylor 24-5 1,055 13
10. Ohio St. 23-6 1,036 8
11. Georgetown 21-6 906 9
12. Murray St. 28-1 885 14
13. Michigan 21-8 766 11
14. Wisconsin 21-8 764 16
15. Wichita St. 26-4 754 19
16. Florida 22-7 638 12
17. UNLV 24-6 531 21
18. Indiana 22-7 444 23
19. Louisville 22-7 426 17
20. Notre Dame 20-9 357 20
21. San Diego St. 22-6 304 24
22. Florida St. 19-9 252 15
23. Temple 22-6 158 22
24. Virginia 21-7 142 25
25. Creighton 25-5 140

Others receiving votes: Gonzaga 115, Iowa St. 80, Saint Mary’s (Cal) 62, New Mexico 60, Drexel 41, Vanderbilt 23, VCU 9, Long Beach St. 8, BYU 6, Harvard 5, Memphis 5, California 3, Purdue 3, Kansas St. 2, Southern Miss. 2, Alabama 1.

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