1 Duke (17-1)
Did not play. Next: vs. No. 7 Virginia, Sunday.
2 Kansas (17-2)
Beat Texas A&M 86-74
At College Station, Drew Gooden had 22 points and 13 rebounds for his 15th double-double of the season and the Jayhawkswon their four straight. Next: vs. No. 18 Missouri, Monday.
3 Maryland (16-3)
Beat Florida State 84-63
At College Park, Juan Dixon had 25 points, 11 rebounds and eight steals for the Terrapins. Next: at No. 7 Virginia, Thursday.
4 Cincinnati (19-1)
Beat South Florida 78-68
AT Tampa, Steve Logan scored 27 points and Cincinnati made 17 of 19 free throws over the final six minutes Saturday to extend the nation's longest winning streak to 19 games. Next: vs. East Carolina, Tuesday.
5 Florida (15-3)
Lost to Arkansas 94-92 (OT)
At Fayetteville, Jannero Pargo scored a career-high 35 points as Arkansas handed the Gators their second straight loss. Next: vs. No. 8 Kentucky, Tuesday.
6 Oklahoma (15-2)
lost to Texas Tech 92-79
At Lubbock, Andre Emmett had 26 points and 10 rebounds as Texas Tech beat a Top Ten team for the second time in eight days. Next: vs. No. 11 Oklahoma State, Wednesday.
7 Virginia (14-2)
Did not Play. Next: at No. 1 Duke, Sunday.
8 Kentucky (13-5)
Lost to No. 14 Alabama 64-61
At Lexington, Erwin Dudley scored 16 points, and Rod Grizzard had 14 as Alabama beat Kentucky. Next: at No. 5 Florida, Tuesday.
9 Illinois (15-5)
Lost to Indiana 88-57
At Bloomington, Dane Fife scored 20 points and the Hoosiers set a school record with 17 3-pointers. Next: at No. 20 Ohio State, Tuesday.
10 Arizona (13-6)
lost to No. 25 Connecticut 100-98 (OT)
At Tucson, freshman Emeka Okafor had 19 points, 15 rebounds and nine blocked shots. Next: at California, Thursday.
11 Oklahoma State (17-3)
Beat Colorado 64-55
At Stillwater, Maurice Baker scored eight of his 16 points in an early second-half run that lifted the Cowboys. Next: at No. 6 Oklahoma, Wednesday.
12 Syracuse (17-4)
Beat Virginia Tech 81-69
At Syracuse, DeShaun Williams scored a career-high 28 points and Preston Shumpert had 25. Next: at Georgetown, Monday.
13 UCLA (14-5)
Beat California 64-57
At Los Angeles, UCLA beat California to avoid a three-game losing streak for the first time in two years. Next: at No. 19 Oregon, Thursday.
14 Alabama (16-3)
Beat No. 8 Kentucky 64-61 (see above). Next: vs. Arkansas, Wednesday.
15 Georgia (16-4)
Lost to Vanderbilt 86-84
At Nashville, freshman Jason Holwerda scored on a runner with 4.9 seconds left and Vanderbilt won its third straight Southeastern Conference game. Next: at South Carolina, Wednesday.
16 Gonzaga (18-3)
Beat St. Mary's 70-52
At Spokane, Dan Dickau scored 19 points as Gonzaga routed Saint Mary's for the Bulldogs' 23rd consecutive home victory. Next: at Vanderbilt, Thursday.
17 Stanford (12-4)
Lost to No. 23 Southern California 90-82
At Los Angeles, Sam Clancy had 24 points and 13 rebounds as Southern California beat Stanford. Next: vs. Arizona State, Thursday.
18 Missouri (15-5)
Beat Kansas State 86-74
At Columbia, Kareem Rush had 22 points for the Tigers, who beat Kansas State for the 18th straight time at home. Next: at. No. 2 Kansas, Monday.
19 Oregon (15-5)
Beat Washington State 94-86
At Pullman, Luke Ridnour scored a career-high 24 points to lead Oregon over Washington State. Next: vs. No. 13 UCLA, Thursday.
20 Ohio State (15-3)
Lost to Minnesota 89-71
At Minneapolis, Travarus Bennett scored 21 points for Minnesota, which handed Buckeyes' their first Big Ten loss in almost a year. Next: vs. No. 9 Illinois, Tuesday.
21 Wake Forest (14-6)
Beat Georgia Tech 87-74
At Winston-Salem, Josh Howard had 20 points and seven steals for the Demon Deacons. Next: at North Carolina State, Wednesday.
22 Miami (18-2)
Did not play. Next: vs. Boston College, Tuesday.
23 Southern California (15-4)
Beat No. 17 Stanford 90-82 (see above). Next: at Oregon State, Thursday.
24 Texas (13-5)
Beat Baylor 69-63
At Waco, Deginald Erskin scored 15 points as Texas beat Baylor and extended its winning streak over the Bears to nine games. Next: at Kansas State, Wednesday.
25 Connecticut (14-3)
Beat No. 10 Arizona 100-98 (OT) (see above). Next: at Rutgers, Wednesday.