New York, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - Kentucky and Virginia remain the only two undefeated teams in Division I men's basketball and both are still atop the latest Associated Press poll.
Kentucky was a near-unanimous selection, earning 64 of the 65 first-place votes and a total of 1,624 points from a nationwide media panel. Virginia picked up the other No. 1 vote, losing one from last week, and 1,561 points.
Gonzaga, Duke, Wisconsin, Arizona, Villanova, Notre Dame, Kansas and Louisville round out the top 10. Villanova dipped three spots from fourth after a loss to Georgetown last week.
The second 10 consists of Utah, Wichita State, North Carolina, VCU, Iowa State, Maryland, West Virginia, Northern Iowa, Texas and Baylor. Iowa State had the biggest drop within poll, falling six places from ninth after losing to Texas Tech on Saturday.
Georgetown, Indiana, Miami-Florida, Oklahoma and Butler are the last five teams ranked this week. Georgetown, Miami and Butler are this week's newcomers, while Oklahoma tumbled five places from 19th after road losses to Kansas and Baylor last week.
Dayton, Seton Hall and Iowa all fell out of this week's rankings. Dayton entered the poll last week for the first time this season at No. 22 and lost to Davidson, while Seton Hall was 24th and has dropped three in a row after Sunday's loss to Butler. Iowa also joined the rankings last week at No. 25 and lost at Wisconsin and Purdue.
This week's schedule features Duke with a pair of matchups against fellow top-10 opponents. The Blue Devils gave coach Mike Krzyzewski his 1,000th career win on Sunday with a victory over St. John's and this week will visit Notre Dame on Wednesday and Virginia on Saturday.
Also Saturday, North Carolina visits Louisville, Baylor hosts Texas and a ranked matchup of Missouri Valley teams pits Wichita State at Northern Iowa.