The latest college basketball AP Top 25 has been published, and we've got all your biggest winners and losers right here.
Syracuse trailed in the final seconds of each of its games in the past week. Though the Orange emerged victorious in both games to remain undefeated, they are no longer the unanimous No. 1 team in the country, as Florida picked up one first-place vote.
Creighton soared after Sunday's win over Villanova. The Bluejays jumped seven spots to No. 11.
"They've got the best player in the country (Doug McDermott), and he makes everybody better around him," Villanova coach Jay Wright told reporters after the game. "They're just a tough matchup for us."
At the other end of the spectrum, Iowa State plummeted after getting blown out by West Virginia. The Cyclones dropped six spots to No. 17.
"It was pretty much, start to finish, just a poor effort on our end," Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg told reporters after the game. "Tonight we just didn't have it."
With less than a month until Selection Sunday, here are the rest of the winners and losers from this week's AP Top 25.