Florida is the new No. 1 in the The Associated Press men's college basketball Top 25 after Syracuse lost twice in the same week -- once to Boston College and once to Duke. Undefeated Wichita State is the new No. 2. Should Wichita State have taken the top spot from Syracuse instead of Florida? How do you see the teams stacking up? Click the images to submit your ballot.

2013-14 College Basketball Top 25

Florida

Florida

AP rank: 1
25-2

Wichita State

Wichita State

AP rank: 2
29-0

Arizona

Arizona

AP rank: 3
25-2

Syracuse

Syracuse

AP rank: 4
25-2

Kansas

Kansas

AP rank: 5
21-6

Duke

Duke

AP rank: 6
22-6

Louisville

Louisville

AP rank: 7
23-4

Villanova

Villanova

AP rank: 8
24-3

Creighton

Creighton

AP rank: 9
23-4

Saint Louis

Saint Louis

AP rank: 10
25-2

Cincinnati

Cincinnati

AP rank: 11
24-4

Virginia

Virginia

AP rank: 12
23-5

San Diego State

San Diego State

AP rank: 13
23-3

Wisconsin

Wisconsin

AP rank: 14
22-5

Iowa State

Iowa State

AP rank: 15
21-5

Michigan

Michigan

AP rank: 16
19-7

Kentucky

Kentucky

AP rank: 17
19-7

Michigan State

Michigan State

AP rank: 18
22-6

North Carolina

North Carolina

AP rank: 19
20-7

Iowa

Iowa

AP rank: 20
19-7

Memphis

Memphis

AP rank: 21
21-6

Ohio State

Ohio State

AP rank: 22
22-6

Southern Methodist

Southern Methodist

AP rank: 23
22-6

Texas

Texas

AP rank: 24
20-7

New Mexico

New Mexico

AP rank: 25
21-5

Connecticut

Connecticut

AP rank: NR
21-6

UCLA

UCLA

AP rank: NR
21-6

Oklahoma

Oklahoma

AP rank: NR
20-7

Stephen F. Austin

Stephen F. Austin

AP rank: NR
25-2

Massachusetts

Massachusetts

AP rank: NR
21-5

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