Gonzaga Remains at No. 1, UNC Continues Climb in New AP Top 25 Poll

Texas Tech and LSU both entered the top 10 amid a number of changes to the AP Top 25.
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NEW YORK (AP) — Gonzaga and Virginia remain Nos. 1–2 in a week of big changes in the AP Top 25 .

The Bulldogs received 42 of 64 votes in the men's college basketball poll released Monday after finishing an undefeated run through the West Coast Conference. The Cavaliers had 21 first-place votes and No. 4 Duke, which fell a spot, had the remaining one.

North Carolina and Tennessee both moved up two spots, to Nos. 3 and 5.

Gonzaga and Virginia were the only teams to hold their spots from last week.

The Zags moved to No. 1 last week and beat Pacific and Saint Mary's this week to extend the nation's longest winning streak to 20 games.

No. 25 Central Florida is ranked for the first time since 2010–11.

The full poll is below:

1. Gonzaga (42)
2. Virginia (21)
3. North Carolina 
4. Duke (1)
5. Tennessee
6. Kentucky
7. Michigan
8. Texas Tech
9. Michigan State
10. LSU
11. Purdue
12. Houston
13. Kansas
14. Florida State
15. Virginia Tech
16. Marquette
17. Nevada
18. Kansas State
19. Buffalo
20. Cincinnati
21. Wisconsin
22. Wofford
23. Villanova
24. Maryland
25. UCF

Others Receiving Votes: Auburn 43, Mississippi State 25, Iowa State 21, Utah State 17, Washington 14, VCU 14, Louisville 12, New Mexico State 8, Baylor 7, Belmont 7, Old Dominion 3.