North Carolina remains a unanimous No. 1 choice in The Associated Press college basketball poll after its 35-point win over a ranked team.
Ohio State moved into the Top 25 on Monday following a pair of five-point victories over ranked teams.
The Tar Heels dismantled Michigan State 98-63 at Ford Field last week and again received all 72 first-place votes from the national media panel.
Connecticut and Pittsburgh held the second and third spots. Gonzaga and Oklahoma moved up one place to fourth and fifth.
Ohio State beat Miami and Notre Dame last week and moved in at No. 21. This is the Buckeyes' first ranking since being No. 1 in the final poll of the 2006-07 season. Defending national champion Kansas returned to the poll at No. 25.

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