Kansas is the unanimous No. 1 in a week of upheaval in the AP Top 25. The Jayhawks received all 64 first-place votes from the media panel in The Associated Press men's college basketball poll. Gonzaga was No. 2, with Dayton, Baylor and San Diego State rounding out the top five. The Aztecs, No. 9 Maryland and No. 18 Iowa were the only teams to hold their place after a week in which nine Top 25 teams lost to unranked opponents. Dayton has its highest ranking since reaching No. 2 in 1955-56 after stretching its winning streak to 18 games. Virginia, Illinois and Wisconsin moved into the poll. West Virginia, Colorado and Texas Tech fell out.

RecordPtsPrv
1. Kansas (64)26-316001
2. Gonzaga29-215143
3. Dayton27-214534
4. Baylor25-313952
5. San Diego St.28-113755
6. Kentucky24-512538
7. Florida St.24-511646
8. Seton Hall21-7114513
9. Maryland23-610419
10. Louisville24-694811
11. Creighton22-784310
12. Duke23-68097
13. Oregon22-780214
14. Villanova22-777912
15. BYU24-775617
16. Michigan St.20-972624
17. Auburn24-557515
18. Iowa20-949218
19. Ohio St.20-948923
20. Penn St.21-836716
21. Houston22-726525
22. Virginia21-7219-
23. Illinois20-9208-
24. Wisconsin19-10179-
25. Michigan18-119419

Others receiving votes: Butler 68, UCLA 54, Stephen F Austin 47, ETSU 31, West Virginia 22, Providence 17, Colorado 13, Marquette 12, Arizona 9, Texas Tech 9, N Iowa 4, Oklahoma 4, Stanford 4, Arizona St 4, Wichita St. 2, Saint Mary's (Cal) 2, LSU 2, New Mexico St. 2, Southern Cal 1, Belmont 1, Vermont 1.