The top 11 remained unchanged with the exception of Virginia and Wisconsin switching spots in the latest edition of the AP poll.
Miami FL, Butler, San Diego State, and Michigan State all fell out of the poll while Baylor, Northern Iowa, Colorado State, and TCU took their place.
The Big 12 now has seven teams ranked in the top 25 (with an eighth receiving votes). Texas leads the way at #9, followed by #10 Kansas (for now, the loss to Temple may change that), #12 Iowa State, #18 West Virginia, #19 Oklahoma, #22 Baylor, and #25 TCU. Oklahoma State is receiving votes.
Wichita State stayed steady at #11. Ohio State was the biggest mover of the week, falling from #12 to #21 after getting run by North Carolina.
AP Top 25
|1.||Kentucky Wildcats (65)||12-0||1625||1|
|2.||Duke Blue Devils||10-0||1548||2|
|11.||Wichita State Shockers||8-1||966||11|
|12.||Iowa State Cyclones||9-1||821||13|
|16.||Notre Dame Fighting Irish||11-1||536||21|
|17.||St. John's Red Storm||9-2||517||20|
|18.||West Virginia Mountaineers||10-1||464||22|
|20.||North Carolina Tar Heels||9-3||414||24|
|21.||Ohio State Buckeyes||9-2||411||12|
|23.||Northern Iowa Panthers||10-1||162||29|
|24.||Colorado State Rams||11-0||144||28|
|25.||TCU Horned Frogs||11-0||120||27|
|Others Receiving Votes: Georgetown 85, S. Diego St. 72, VCU 70, California 32, Miami (FL) 27, Arkansas 22, Indiana 11, Old Dominion 7, LSU 7, Florida 4, Penn St. 4, Seton Hall 3, Oklahoma St. 3, Butler 2, Minnesota 2, Davidson 1, Valparaiso 1|