The Gonzaga Bulldogs are still the No. 1 team in the nation (extending the longest streak at No. 1 this season to four weeks), but the Baylor Bears showed how tenuous that grip might be in the future.
Baylor made a big leap up from fourth to second after defeating both Texas Tech and Kansas on the road. They are just separated by seven points from Gonzaga, and honestly, considering the level of competition, there is a very easy argument to make that Baylor should be the No. 1 team in the nation this week.
But they aren’t, and that is fine with the Bulldog faithful. Elsewhere around the polls, there was plenty of movement. Seton Hall leapt into the top 20, landing at No. 18. Michigan State went tumbling from the top 10 after their abysmal showing at Purdue. Illinois and Creighton both entered into the top 25.
For Gonzaga fans, quite a few of our Pac 12 victories are losing their luster as of late. Arizona fell out of the top 25 after losing to Oregon in overtime, and Washington is only receiving a few votes. Oregon is holding strong, however, at No. 8.
Here is the full top 25.
AP Poll - Week 11
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