The sixth edition of the AP Top 25 has been released, and Arizona is officially the top team in the country for the first time in more than a decade.
After putting Arizona in the top spot by dethroning Michigan State, North Carolina reappeared in this week's poll at No. 18. Colorado (No. 21) and Missouri (No. 24) also joined the Top 25, replacing Dayton, Michigan and UCLA.
Two weeks ago, Villanova didn't receive a single vote. Today, the Wildcats are a Top 10 team. That's a pretty good microcosm for how unpredictable this season has been at times.
Read on for this week's list of winners and losers from the new rankings, including a loser that hasn't lost a game yet.