The Top 10 remained unchanged (although Gonzaga and Texas flipped spots) in the latest edition of the AP Top 25. Overall, there was very little change in the ranked teams. Northern Iowa was the only team to fall out of the poll, and Michigan State took their place at #25.
Kansas remained steady at #10. Butler was the biggest mover, falling 8 spots but remaining in the poll at #23.
As for the rest of the Big 12, Texas came in at #9, Iowa State at #13, #15 Oklahoma, and #22 West Virginia. Baylor, TCU, and Oklahoma State are all receiving votes. Baylor and TCU would be #26 and #27 respectively if the poll were to go that far.
Reginally, Wichita State hung in at #11, Utah fell only one spot to #14, while Colorado State, Northern Iowa, and Arkansas all received votes.
AP Top 25
|1||Kentucky Wildcats (65)||11-0||1,625||1|
|2||Duke Blue Devils||8-0||1,545||2|
|11||Wichita State Shockers||7-1||959||11|
|12||Ohio State Buckeyes||8-1||838||12|
|13||Iowa State Cyclones||8-1||772||14|
|19||San Diego State Aztecs||7-2||424||18|
|20||St. John's Red Storm||8-2||353||24|
|21||Notre Dame Fighting Irish||10-1||351||25|
|22||West Virginia Mountaineers||9-1||333||22|
|24||North Carolina Tar Heels||7-3||122||21|
|25||Michigan State Spartans||7-3||116||NR|
|Others receiving votes: Baylor 97, TCU 80, Colorado State 75, UNI 65, Georgetown 41, California 37, Arkansas 19, Seton Hall 14, VCU 6, Old Dominion 4, LSU 4, Oklahoma State 4, Penn State 3, Davidson 1.|