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By JAY COHEN
AP Sports Writer
The tying half-court heave went in, of course. Then Kansas lost again. And in case you were asleep late Saturday night, Notre Dame beat Louisville in the longest regular-season game in Big East history.
March is weeks away, but the madness has already started in college basketball.
Six more Top 25 teams went down Saturday, including two of the top five and each of three schools ranked Nos. 15-17. When the next AP poll comes out Monday, it likely will have a new No. 1 for the sixth straight week in the second-longest such streak since the first ranking in 1949.
The top three teams in the poll this week all lost - Indiana, Florida and Michigan.
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