Michigan stays No. 5, MSU stays No. 6 in AP Top 25 poll

BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA - JANUARY 25: Brandon Johns Jr #23 and Ignas Brazdeikis #13 of the Michigan Wolverines defend the shot of Justin Smith #3 of the Indiana Hoosiers at Assembly Hall on January 25, 2019. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Tennessee stayed atop the AP Top 25 men's college basketball poll for a second straight week.

The Volunteers earned 48 of 64 first-place votes in Monday's poll to extend the program's first stint at No. 1 since February 2008. Tennessee (18-1, 6-0 Southeastern Conference) has won 14 straight games - the program's longest run since the 1922-23 season and one shy of the school record - since suffering a neutral-court loss to Kansas in November.

The top six teams in the poll remained unchanged, with Duke sitting at No. 2, followed by Virginia, Gonzaga, Michigan and Michigan State. The Spartans stayed put despite suffering their first Big Ten loss at Purdue in a game that helped lift the Boilermakers back into the poll.

Kentucky moved past Nevada to reach No. 7, while North Carolina and Marquette each rose two spots to round out the top 10.

No. 15 Louisville moved up eight spots for the week's biggest jump after reaching 6-1 in the Atlantic Coast Conference, while No. 19 LSU rose six spots. No. 13 Houston, No. 14 Villanova and No. 20 Iowa State each jumped four spots.

No. 17 Purdue, No. 24 Wisconsin and No. 25 Florida State returned to the poll after being ranked for multiple weeks earlier this season.

Maryland had the week's biggest slide among ranked teams, falling eight spots to No. 21. Auburn, Iowa and Mississippi fell out of the poll.

The top 25 teams in The Associated Press' men's college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Jan. 27, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and last week's ranking:

Others receiving votes: Auburn 85, Cincinnati 76, Washington 75, Kansas St 73, Oklahoma 41, Iowa 28, Wofford 10, Hofstra 9, TCU 7, Mississippi 7, Nebraska 6, Davidson 5, Syracuse 3, Minnesota 1.