LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – A pair of overtime victories in Southeastern Conference play convinced two voters in the Associated Press Top 25 college basketball poll to switch their first-place votes from Kentucky to Virginia Monday.


The Wildcats remained atop the poll, but for the first time in six weeks, they were no longer the unanimous selection. Kentucky was named first on 63 of 65 ballots. UK needed one overtime to beat Ole Miss in Rupp Arena and then two OTs to win at Texas A&M Saturday.


Virginia jumped over Duke from third to second. The Blue Devils slid to fourth, behind UK, Virginia and Gonzaga.


Louisville, which hosts Virginia Tech Tuesday, dropped from fifth to sixth after its one-point loss at North Carolina. Indiana received 17 votes and finished 30th in the poll.


Here is the entire poll:


1. Kentucky (63) 15-0 1,623 1


2. Virginia (2) 15-0 1,561 3


3. Gonzaga 16-1 1,446 6


4. Duke 14-1 1,432 2


5. Villanova 15-1 1,358 8


6. Louisville 14-2 1,264 5


7. Wisconsin 15-2 1,200 4


8. Utah 13-2 1,185 9


9. Kansas 13-2 1,100 12


10. Arizona 14-2 1,037 7


11. Iowa St. 12-2 922 17


12. Notre Dame 15-2 903 13


13. Wichita St. 14-2 832 15


14. Maryland 15-2 801 11


15. North Carolina 12-4 719 18


16. West Virginia 14-2 627 14


17. VCU 13-3 578 20


18. Oklahoma 11-4 485 16


19. Arkansas 13-2 431 23


20. Texas 12-4 345 10


21. Seton Hall 13-3 298 19


22. Baylor 12-3 278 21


23. N. Iowa 14-2 212 _


24. Oklahoma St. 12-3 132 _


25. Wyoming 15-2 71 _


Others receiving votes: Ohio St. 70, Michigan St. 67, Dayton 55, Providence 17, Indiana 15, LSU 12, St. John's 10, Alabama 7, Georgetown 7, NC State 6, Green Bay 3, Syracuse 3, Butler 2, Oregon 2, San Diego St. 2, TCU 2, Colorado St. 1, Davidson 1, Hofstra 1, Old Dominion 1, SMU 1.


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