Baylor remained a unanimous choice as the top team in the latest Associated Press women's college basketball poll.

For the second week in a row, the Lady Bears received all 39 first-place votes for a total of 975 points from a nationwide media panel.

Connecticut, Notre Dame, Stanford and Maryland also kept their places from second through fifth.

Baylor and UConn will meet in a 1 vs. 2 showdown on Sunday in Waco.

Tennessee, Miami-Florida, Kentucky, Duke and Texas A&M complete this week's top 10. Duke dropped three places from sixth after a 72-65 loss to Kentucky, which moved up two places from 10th.

The second 10 consists of Rutgers, Ohio State, Georgia, Louisville, Texas Tech, Penn State, Georgetown, North Carolina, Green Bay and Vanderbilt.

Delaware, Purdue, DePaul, Texas and Nebraska are the last five teams ranked this week. Purdue had the biggest drop within the poll, tumbling 10 spots from 12th after losses this past weekend against Notre Dame and Central Michigan.

Nebraska is the lone newcomer, replacing Oklahoma. The Sooners, who endured a three-game losing streak before Sunday's win against Milwaukee, are unranked for the first time since the end of the 2004-05 season.

In addition to the Baylor/UConn matchup, another battle of top-10 teams takes place Sunday when Kentucky meets Notre Dame.