A weekend full of top-25 action across the country ended with three top-10 teams taking losses. The most surprising, yet resounding, perhaps being Arizona's march to Pauley Pavilion where they dismantled UCLA with its star guard Allonzo Trier back in the lineup.
Former No. 7 West Virginia all but ended its chances to steal the Big 12 crown with its back-to-back losses, which could be good news for Kansas.
As a result of the chaotic week that was, the AP Top 25 got a bit of a makeover.
Villanova retianed their top ranking, while Kansas is again at no. 2, Gonzaga moves up to third and Kentucky to fourth. Bayor is back in the top five this week as well.
Florida State is no. 6, up from their top 10 ranking last week. Arizona flies to seventh, UCLA, North Carolina and Oregon round out the top 10.
Creighton dropped from seventh to no. 16 after a home loss to Marquette.
There were no new teams to the top 25 in the AP Poll this week.