Baylor and Gonzaga remain the top two teams in the nation in the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll, released Monday.
The Bears captured 48 of 64 first-place votes from a media panel in the poll released Monday to stay at No. 1, with No. 2 Gonzaga receiving 15 first-place votes and No. 3 Kansas getting one.
It's the fourth straight week that Baylor (21-1) and Gonzaga (25-1) have held the top spots.
Michigan State, the preseason No. 1, dropped out of the Top 25 after three straight losses. The Spartans (16-8) were ranked No. 16 last week.
Rounding out the top 10 were No. 4 San Diego State (24-0), which remains the nation's only undefeated team, followed by Louisville (21-3), Dayton (21-2), Duke (20-3), Florida State (20-3), Maryland (19-4) and Seton Hall (18-5).
The Pirates, who sit atop the Big East standings, moved up two spots after defeating Villanova 70-63 on Saturday. The Wildcats (17-6) fell to No. 15.
Penn State (18-5) made the biggest leap, climbing nine spots to No. 13 after beating Michigan State and Minnesota. Colorado (19-5) rose eight places to No. 16.
Moving into the Top 25 for the first time this season is Marquette (17-6) following a win over No. 19 Butler. Texas Tech (15-8) also re-entered the group at No. 24.
Arizona (16-7) dropped out of the Top 25 following a 65-52 loss to UCLA on Saturday. The Wildcats were No. 23.
--Field Level Media