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Michigan, Michigan State both drop in latest AP Top 25 basketball poll

The brand new Associated Press college basketball top 25 has been released and it is no surprise that both Michigan and Michigan State dropped.

As you can see below, the Wolverines, who lost to No. 1 Louisville, dropped one spot to No. 5, while the Spartans, who lost to Duke, dropped five spots to No. 16.

Nation, when all is said and done, who will be ranked higher, Michigan or Michigan State?

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