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Kevin Gorman's AP basketball ballot

| Friday, Nov. 1, 2013, 5:33 p.m.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review writer Kevin Gorman is one of the voters in the Associated Press' men's basketball poll. Here is his preseason ballot:

1. Kentucky

2. Michigan State

3. Kansas

4. Duke

5. Arizona

6. Oklahoma State

7. Louisville

8. Ohio State

9. Michigan

10. North Carolina

11. Syracuse

12. Florida

13. Memphis

14. Notre Dame

15. Connecticut

16. Marquette

17. VCU

18. Baylor

19. Gonzaga

20. Wisconsin

21. Pittsburgh

22. Virginia

23. Tennessee

24. UCLA

25. Oregon

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