Tennessee's win over Gonzaga brought a shake-up to the AP poll top five.

By Associated Press
December 10, 2018

Kansas has returned to No. 1 in The Associated Press Top 25 following Gonzaga's loss to Tennessee.

The Jayhawks received 57 first-place votes from a 65-person media panel on Monday despite struggling to get past New Mexico State.

No. 2 Duke received four first-places votes, with No. 3 Tennessee, No. 4 Gonzaga, No. 5 Michigan and No. 6 Michigan getting one each.

Kansas (8–0) was preseason No. 1, but dropped a spot after Duke rolled over Kentucky to open the college basketball season.

Gonzaga, the top-ranked team after beating the Blue Devils at the Maui Invitational, fell back after a 76–73 loss to the Vols Sunday in Phoenix.

No. 7 Nevada, Auburn, Michigan State and Florida State round out the top 10.

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The full poll is below (first-place votes are in parentheses):

1. Kansas (57)
2. Duke (4)
3. Tennessee (1)
4. Gonzaga (1)
5. Michigan (1)
6. Virginia (1)
7. Nevada
8. Auburn
9. Michigan State
10. Florida State
11. Texas Tech
12. North Carolina
13. Virginia Tech
14. Buffalo
15. Ohio State
16. Wisconsin
17. Villanova
18. Mississippi State
19. Kentucky
20. Arizona State
21. Marquette
22. Iowa
23. Furman
24. Houston
Tied at 25. Syracuse, Indiana and Kansas State

Others Receiving Votes: Nebraska 115, Maryland 105, Oklahoma 82, Cincinnati 73, St. John's 57, Purdue 40, NC State 26, Iowa St. 19, TCU 13, San Francisco 5, UCLA 3, Minnesota 2, Butler 2, Davidson 1, Florida 1, NJIT 1, Seton Hall 1, Texas 1.

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