There's a big shakeup in the AP Top 25 rankings for the second successive week.
Last week, seven of the top 10 teams suffered losses, leading to undefeated Gonzaga jumping from No. 5 to the No. 1 spot.
On Saturday, a record was tied when six top-10 teams went down in one day.
Gonzaga retained their top ranking with 59 first place votes. Villanova received six first place votes and is ranked second, followed by Kansas Louisville, and Oregon, up from 13th last week.
Baylor, Wisconsin (up from tenth a week ago), North Carolina, Arizona and UCLA round out the top 10.
Kentucky dropped from 8th to 15th in this week's poll, while Purdue shot up seven spots, from 23rd to 16th this week.
Xavier at 24 and SMU at 25 entered the polls this week.
For the second straight week, we had chaos in the top 10 of the coaches poll.
Six top-10 teams lost on the same day. Yet the polls still have not brought in any new members. The biggest jump this week is for Oregon, which is up seven spots after sweeping Arizona and Arizona State.
Kentucky was one of three teams falling six spots. The Wildcats dropped from from No. 6 to No. 12 after losing to Florida 88-66. Butler, which lost at home to Creighton in its only game of the week, dropped from 15th to 21st.
Notre Dame slipped from No. 18 to No. 24 after losing to Duke and North Carolina and is on a four-game losing streak.