By David Gardner
March 03, 2014

Scottie WilbekinScottie Wilbekin and the Gators escaped with a win at Vanderbilt and dispatched LSU at home last week. (Ronald C. Modra/Sports Imagery/Getty)

On Thursday, six ranked teams took the court, and five of them were defeated by unranked opponents. On Saturday, five AP top-10 teams lost, the most on a single day since January 2003. Today, Florida, Wichita State and Arizona remained Nos. 1, 2 and 3 in the country, but the rest of the Top 25 was significantly reshuffled.

The Gators received 46 of the 65 first-place votes, with Wichita State taking 14 and Arizona receiving five. Duke moved up two spots to No. 4 and Virginia, the newly minted ACC regular season champions, jumped seven spots to No. 5. It is Virginia's first top-10 ranking since 2002.

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Villanova returned to No. 6, Syracuse fell to No. 7 and Kansas, Wisconsin and San Diego State completed the Top 10. Louisville fell to No. 11 after losing to Memphis. At the bottom of the poll, Kentucky clung to the 25th spot after its losses to Arkansas and at South Carolina last week.

Here is the entire Top 25:

1. Florida (46)

2. Wichita State (14)

3. Arizona (5)

4. Duke

5. Virginia

6. Villanova

7. Syracuse

8. Kansas

9. Wisconsin

10. San Diego State

11. Louisville

12. Michigan

13. Creighton

14. UNC

15. Cincinnati

16. Iowa State

17. Saint Louis

18. SMU

19. UConn

20. Memphis

21. New Mexico

22. Michigan State

23. Oklahoma

24. Iowa

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