The Maryland men's basketball team remained No. 3 in the Associated Press media poll as well as the USA Today coaches' poll released Monday.The Terps, who beat Wisconsin 63-60 on Saturday on a last-second three-pointer by Melo Trimble, play Michigan in Ann Arbor on Tuesday night.Kansas and Oklahoma were No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, in both polls. The teams played last week to triple overtime before the Jayhawks won 109-106.Rounding out the Top 5 in both polls are Michigan State at No. 4 and North Carolina at No 5.