CINCINNATI -- Xavier, coming off its intra-city win over Cincinnati, cracked the top 10 for the first since December 2011, when the Musketeers were No. 8.
Cincinnati saw no change in the poll and remains at the No. 23 spot after Saturday's loss.
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Also notable from this week's Top 25, Gonzaga is out of men's basketball poll for the first time since February 2014, (a run of 24 consecutive polls).
The Bulldogs, who lost to UCLA last week to drop to 6-3, were tied for the eighth-longest current streak. Duke has the longest current streak at 161 weeks, starting with the preseason poll of 2007-08. Kansas is the only other school with a streak in triple figures at 129.
This is Michigan State's ninth week as the No. 1 team, breaking a tie with St. John's and West Virginia for 26th place all-time. Next on the list is Houston, which was No. 1 for 11 weeks. The last season the Cougars were No. 1 was 1982-83.
Oklahoma had the week's biggest jump in the poll. The biggest drop was North Carolina's tumble from third to 11th after losing 84-82 at Texas.