There were some shake-ups in the Associated Press men's college basketball Top 25 this week, with Ohio State dropping from No. 3 to No. 11 after losses to Michigan State and Iowa. Duke also barely managed to hold on to a spot in the rankings after losing to Clemson. If the Blue Devils had dropped out, it would have been the first time since 1982 that both Duke and North Carolina were unranked. Do you disagree with the AP rankings? Rerank the Top 25 by clicking on the team logos below!

2013-14 College Basketball Top 25

Arizona

Arizona

AP rank: 1
17-0

Syracuse

Syracuse

AP rank: 2
16-0

Wisconsin

Wisconsin

AP rank: 3
16-0

Michigan State

Michigan State

AP rank: 4
15-1

Wichita State

Wichita State

AP rank: 5
17-0

Villanova

Villanova

AP rank: 6
15-1

Florida

Florida

AP rank: 7
13-2

Iowa State

Iowa State

AP rank: 8
14-1

Oklahoma State

Oklahoma State

AP rank: 9
14-2

San Diego State

San Diego State

AP rank: 10
14-1

Ohio State

Ohio State

AP rank: 11
15-2

Baylor

Baylor

AP rank: 12
13-2

Kentucky

Kentucky

AP rank: 13
12-3

Iowa

Iowa

AP rank: 14
14-3

Kansas

Kansas

AP rank: 15
11-4

UMass

UMass

AP rank: 16
14-1

Memphis

Memphis

AP rank: 17
12-3

Louisville

Louisville

AP rank: 18
14-3

Cincinnati

Cincinnati

AP rank: 19
15-2

Creighton

Creighton

AP rank: 20
14-2

Colorado

Colorado

AP rank: 21
14-3

Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh

AP rank: 22
15-1

Duke

Duke

AP rank: 23
12-4

Saint Louis

Saint Louis

AP rank: 24
15-2

Oklahoma

Oklahoma

AP rank: 25 (tie)
13-3

UCLA

UCLA

AP rank: 25 (tie)
13-3

Missouri

Missouri

AP rank: Not ranked
13-2

Oregon

Oregon

AP rank: Not ranked
13-3

Connecticut

Connecticut

AP rank: Not ranked
13-3

Kansas State

Kansas State

AP rank: Not ranked
12-4

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