The Kentucky Wildcats, the lone unbeaten in the nation, are back to being the unanimous No. 1 team in The Associated Press’ Top 25 poll.
Duke knocked off previously undefeated and second-ranked Virginia 69-63 on Saturday.
Kentucky, which improved to 21-0 with a 70-55 victory over Alabama at Rupp Arena on Saturday, received all 65 votes from a media panel, The Wildcats, who have held the top spot all season, are a unanimous No. 1 for the first time since Jan. 4.
Gonzaga moved up to No. 2 after two easy victories. Virginia dropped to No. 3 and is one spot ahead of Duke, followed by Wisconsin at No. 5. Arizona, Villanova, Notre Dame, Kansas and Louisville round out the top 10.
No. 20 Ohio State and No. 23 SMU moved back into the poll. They replace Indiana and Miami, both of whom lost last week to unranked opponents.
- Kevin Durant requests trade from Nets, wants to play for Heat or Suns
- Deandre Ayton Next Team Odds, Pistons’ Odds Increase by 25%
- Spurs trade Dejounte Murray to Hawks for Gallinari, two first-round picks
- P.J. Tucker signs with 76ers on three-year, $30 million contract
- Collin Sexton Next Team Odds, Pacers’ Odds Increase by 15%