Arizona moves up to No. 15 in latest AP poll
NOTE: FOX Sports Arizona will re-air Arizona's 107-105 triple-overtime win over Cal, which occurred Feb. 5, in a special presentation on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. The game will air in its entirety.
NEW YORK (AP) -- Ohio State is a unanimous choice as the No. 1 team in The Associated Press Top 25 for a second straight week.
The Buckeyes are 24-0 and the only unbeaten team. They are No. 1 for the fourth consecutive week and received all 65 first-places votes Monday from the national media panel.
They are followed by Kansas, Texas, Pittsburgh and Duke. San Diego State and BYU moved up one spot to sixth and seventh.
The next five teams are from the Big East: Notre Dame, Villanova, Connecticut, Georgetown and Syracuse. With Pittsburgh, the Big East has six of the top 12 teams and eight overall.
Arizona, which was 21st in last week's poll, jumped up to No. 15 this week after beating Stanford on Thursday and Cal on Saturday in a triple-overtime thriller. Last week was the first time the Wildcats had been ranked in both polls since the 2007 season.
Florida moved in at No. 17 after falling from the rankings last week. Temple is back in at 24. Minnesota and Washington dropped out.