Undefeated North Carolina and Kentucky held firm as Nos. 1 and 2 in the ESPN/USA Today coaches' poll, with the only wrinkle to this week's top 10 coming from Pittsburgh's stunning loss to Long Beach State.
Pitt fell from ninth to 16th in the Week 2 rankings released Monday.
The Tar Heels (3-0) still commanded 30 of the 31 first-place votes, the other going to the Wildcats (4-0). The next five poll spots were unchanged -- Ohio State, Connecticut, Syracuse, Duke and Louisville.
Memphis moved from 10th to eighth, Florida (2-1) fell only one spot to ninth following last week's loss to the Buckeyes, and Baylor (3-0) stepping into the top 10 from last week's ranking of 12th.
Wisconsin, Xavier and Alabama checked in at Nos. 11, 12 and 13, each team unbeaten and moving up two spots. Kansas (1-1) fell from 11th to 14th after losing to Kentucky at the State Farm Champions Classic in New York.
The rest of the top 20: Michigan, Pitt, Marquette, California, Gonzaga and Florida State.
Missouri, Vanderbilt, Arizona, Texas A&M and Creighton made up the rest of the Top 25. Cincinnati fell out of the rankings.