Gonzaga and Baylor lead an unchanged quartet atop The Associated Press men’s college basketball poll, while Kansas has returned to the rankings at No. 23. Coach Mark Few’s Bulldogs received 59 of 64 first-place votes in the latest Top 25. Scott Drew’s Bears claimed the other five. Those two teams have been 1-2 in all 13 polls this season. Michigan, Ohio State and Illinois rounded out the top 5. Kansas fell out of last week's poll for the first time in 12 years but joined No. 24 Arkansas and No. 25 San Diego State as the week's new additions. Oklahoma State, Purdue and Rutgers fell out of the rankings.

RecordPtsPrv
1. Gonzaga (59)20-015951
2. Baylor (5)17-015412
3. Michigan14-114693
4. Ohio St.17-414024
5. Illinois14-513116
6. Houston17-211708
7. Virginia15-311299
8. Alabama17-5108511
9. Oklahoma13-5107112
10. Villanova13-310605
11. Iowa15-691015
12. Texas13-588513
13. West Virginia14-683614
14. Creighton16-579319
15. Texas Tech14-67917
16. Florida St.11-362417
17. Southern Cal17-358620
18. Virginia Tech14-451318
19. Tennessee14-545216
20. Missouri13-541210
21. Wisconsin15-727421
22. Loyola of Chicago0-016622
23. Kansas15-7140-
24. Arkansas16-5111-
25. San Diego St.15-475-

Others receiving votes: Oklahoma St. 71, Rutgers 49, Belmont 47, Louisville 40, Colorado 31, Oregon 30, Drake 22, Purdue 20, Clemson 17, LSU 16, Florida 16, UCLA 10, VCU 10, Saint Louis 5, Xavier 4, Toledo 2, Western Kentucky 2, North Carolina 2, UC Santa Barbara 1, BYU 1, Wichita St. 1, Wright St. 1, Utah St. 1.