Illinois remains atop both polls, coming off wins over Ohio State and Purdue. Kansas trails the Fighting Illini at the No. 2 spot after barely beating Texas A&M and defeating Kentucky on the road. Wake Forest and North Carolina stay flip-flopped in the polls with Wake Forest grabbing the No. 3 position in the Coaches poll (No. 4 in AP), while the Tar Heels claimed the No. 3 spot in the AP poll (No. 4 in Coaches). With victories over Princeton and Temple, Duke held onto its No. 5 ranking.
Oklahoma State remained at No. 6 in the Coaches poll but rose a position to No. 6 in the AP poll after beating Texas Tech 76-66. Syracuse trails the Cowboys at the No. 7 spot in both polls. Georgia Tech grabbed the No. 8 position in both polls followed by No. 9 Kentucky (No. 10 in Coaches). Connecticut lost ground in both polls, falling to No. 12 in AP and No. 11 in the Coaches poll.
The Longhorns (12-2) travel to College Station Wednesday night to take on once-beaten Texas A&M at 7 p.m.
[The original version of this story mistakenly referenced last week's Coaches' poll results as current.]