Monday February 9th, 2015

Kentucky remains No. 1 in this week's Associated Press Top 25 poll, while Virginia overtook Gonzaga to return to No. 2.

John Calipari's Wildcats (23-0) kept their undefeated record in tact with wins over Georgia and Florida last week despite playing without forward Trey Lyles. They play at LSU on Tuesday before hosting South Carolina on Saturday.

Virginia (21-1) rebounded from its first loss of the season to Duke by knocking off both North Carolina and Louisville last week. The team will be without guard Justin Anderson for four to six weeks after he fractured a finger on his left hand against Louisville. The Cavaliers will play North Carolina State on Wednesday and Wake Forest on Saturday.

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Gonzaga (24-1) dropped to No. 3 despite extending its winning streak to 17 games with wins over Santa Clara and San Francisco. The Bulldogs will look to continue their undefeated run through the West Coast Conference this week against Loyola Marymount and Pepperdine.

Duke (20-3) stays at No. 4 after beating Georgia Tech and avenging last month's loss to Notre Dame. The Blue Devils go on the road this week for games against Florida State on Monday and Syracuse on Saturday.

Wisconsin (21-2) holds steady at No. 5 following wins over Indiana and Northwestern. The Badgers play at Nebraska on Tuesday and host Illinois on Saturday.

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After upsetting Kansas, Oklahoma State (16-7) jumps into the Top 25 at No. 21. Texas and Georgetown each fell out of the Top 25.

The complete Top 25 is below:

1. Kentucky

2. Virginia

3. Gonzaga

4. Duke

5. Wisconsin

6. Villanova

7. Arizona

8. Kansas

9. Louisville

10. Notre Dame

11. Utah

12. North Carolina

13. UNI

14. Iowa State

15. Wichita State

16. Baylor

17. Oklahoma

18. Butler

19. Maryland

20. VCU

21. West Virginia

21. Oklahoma State

23. Ohio State

24. Arkansas

25. SMU

2:57 | College Basketball
In Memoriam: Dean Smith

- Paul Palladino

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