UNDATED (AP) - Indiana is one vote shy of being a unanimous No. 1 in the men's AP college basketball poll. The Hoosiers are occupying the top spot for a fourth straight week and tenth time this season.
Gonzaga got the other No. 1 vote and moves up a notch to replace Miami at No. 2 while Duke and Michigan jump three places to third and fourth. Miami falls to No. 5 following a weekend loss to unranked Wake Forest.
Kansas moves up three spots to sixth while Georgetown leapfrogs from 11 to seven. Florida drops from five to eight, Michigan State tumbles from fourth to ninth after back-to-back losses and Louisville remains at No. 10.
Saint Louis jumps into the poll at No. 18. And Louisiana Tech moves in at No. 25. It's the Bulldogs first appearance since a 13-week run during the 1984-85 season and just their second overall.
Meanwhile, Baylor remains No. 1 in The Associated Press women's basketball poll for an eighth straight week. The Lady Bears received all 40 first-place votes for the first time since returning to the top spot.
The first seven stayed unchanged with Notre Dame, UConn, Stanford, Duke, California and Penn State following Baylor.