North Carolina is still the top team in the men's Associated Press top-25 college basketball poll. The Tar Heels, who won both of the games they played last week, received 45 first place votes while number-two Memphis got 22, with third-ranked Kansas and fourth-ranked Texas each getting two and number-five Georgetown one.
Last week's second-ranked school, UCLA, dropped from that lofty position to number-seven after being upset by Texas.
The second-five this week features Duke, UCLA, Washington State, Michigan State and Tennessee.
The second-ten features Marquette, Pittsburgh, Butler, Louisville, Indiana, Texas A&M, Gonzaga, Clemson, Oregon and BYU.
The bottom-five this week consists of Xavier, Arizona, Vanderbilt, Southern Cal and Villanova.
The three teams that fell out of the poll did so after losses to
ranked teams. Wisconsin dropped from 20th, North Carolina State fell from 24th and Kansas State dropped from 25th.