LEXINGTON KY - NOVEMBER 30: The Kentucky Wildcats cheerleaders perform during the game against the Boston University Terriers on November 30 2010 in Lexington Kentucky. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
Kentucky earned all but two first-place from the Associated Press in its latest top 25 poll.
Earning all but two of the 65 first-place votes cast, the Kentucky Wildcats are the No. 1 team in the Associated Press Top 25 for the second straight week.
The other two No. 1 votes went to Syracuse, which jumped a spot from No. 3 to No. 2 this week. Ohio State, Missouri and North Carolina comprise the rest of the top five.
Gonzaga and Vanderbilt made triumphant returns to the poll, coming in at No. 24 and No. 25, respectively.
Kansas State (22) and Connecticut (24) each fell out of the top 25. The Huskies had been ranked in the last 28 polls, the sixth-longest such streak. The longest current run in the AP Top 25 is Duke at 90 consecutive appearances, a streak that dates back to the preseason poll of 2007-08.
Here's your full AP Poll:
The Associated Press Top 25 Poll
|17||San Diego State||18-3||566||13|
|Others Receiving Votes: Harvard69, Louisville65, Kansas State40, West Virginia12, Wichita State9, Nevada6, Notre Dame6, Southern Miss5, Iowa State3, Long Beach State3, Iona2, Connecticut2, Illinois1|