Pittsburgh is No. 1 again in The Associated Press' college basketball poll following a week in which the top three teams all lost.
The Panthers are a runaway choice Monday, just as they were on Jan. 5 when they moved to No. 1 for the first time in school history and went on to hold the spot for two weeks.
Connecticut, Oklahoma and North Carolina, the top three teams that all lost last week - Connecticut lost to Pittsburgh - each dropped one place in the poll.
Memphis holds on to No. 5 and is followed in the top ten by Louisville, Duke, Marquette, Michigan State and Villanova.
Oklahoma lost to Texas, while North Carolina was beaten in overtime by Maryland. It was the first time the top three teams lost in the same week since November 2003.

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