There was a ton of movement in the men's poll this week. We'll start with Texas, who jumped into the number spot thanks to Tennessee's upset of Kansas. Kentucky moved into the second spot, while the Jayhawks dropped to third. Purdue was removed from the ranks of the unbeaten by Wisonsin and dropped from 4th to 6th.

Villanova moved up from 6th to 4th, Syracuse jumped up two spots to 5th, Michigan State vaulted from 10th to 7th, Duke dropped from 5th to 8th after a loss at Georgia Tech and North Carolina fell from the 9th position to 12th. Tennesse made a huge jump from 16th to 9th, while West Virginia fell from 8th to 10th.

Baylor, Miami and Clemson are all new to the poll.

New Mexico, Texas Tech and Washington dropped out of the poll.

1. Texas (15-0)

2. Kentucky (16-0)

3. Kansas (14-1)

4. Villanova (14-1)

5. Syracuse (15-1)

6. Purdue (14-1)

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7. Michigan State (13-3)

8. Duke (13-2)

9. Tennessee (12-2)

10. West Virginia (12-2)

11. Georgetown (12-2)

12. North Carolina (12-4)

13. Wisconsin (13-3)

13. Kansas St. (13-2)

15. Connecticut (11-4)

16. Pittsburgh (13-2)

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17. Gonzaga (12-3)

18. BYU (16-1)

19. Temple (13-3)

20. Georgia Tech (12-3)

21. Mississippi (12-3)

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22. Baylor (13-1)

23. Miami (15-1)

24. Clemson (13-3)

25. Florida State (13-3)

WOMEN'S AP POLL

There' s no doubt who the no.1 is after UConn crushed North Carolina, 88-47. The top four spots stayed the same. Baylor dropped from 5th to 9th after a 13-point loss to Oklahoma State. Ohio State moved up a spot to 5th after Sammy Prahalis led the Buckeyes to a 65-62 win over Michigan State on Saturday. Georgia jumped two spots to No.6 after knocking off Florida, while Texas A&M jumped two spots to 8th after beating Texas by 19. North Carolina tumbled three spots to 10th after losing to the Huskies. Oklahoma State jumped eight spots to 15th after upsetting Baylor.  

Georgetown made its first appearance since 1993 and its second ever. Miami is also new to the poll, while Vanderbilt and Kansas dropped out. Locally, Rutgers received four votes.  

1. Connecticut (15-0)

2. Stanford (13-1)

3. Notre Dame (14-0)

4. Tennessee (14-1)

5. Ohio State (17-1)

6. Georgia (16-0)

7. Duke (14-2)

8. Texas A&M (13-1)

9. Baylor (13-2)

10. North Carolina (13-2)

11. Nebraska (14-0)

12. LSU (13-2)

13. Oklahoma (11-3)

14. Xavier (11-3)

15. Oklahoma St. (13-2)

16. Florida State (14-3)

17. Wisconsin-Green Bay (15-0)

18. West Virginia (15-1)

19. Texas (11-4)

20. Michigan State (11-5)

21. Georgia Tech (13-3)

22. TCU (12-3)

23. Virginia (11-4)

24. Georgetown (13-2)

25. Miami (13-2)