The Arizona Wildcats’ return to the AP Top 25 was a short one.
The Wildcats, previously ranked 22nd, were dropped from the AP poll after Saturday’s 66-65 road loss to ASU in which they blew a 22-point lead.
This marks the second time in three weeks Arizona (13-6, 3-3) has been unranked. It received 55 votes, the second-most among teams outside the Top 25.
Oregon moved up a spot to No. 11 after a home sweep of the Los Angeles schools, and Colorado moved up three spots to No. 20 after a home sweep of the Washington schools.
Arizona ranks No. 10 in NET and No. 12 in KenPom, with the No. 11 offense and No. 31 defense in the country.
The Wildcats are winless on the road and have two more games away from McKale Center this weekend when they travel to Washington and Washington State.
Here is the full AP poll:
1. Baylor Bears
11. Oregon Ducks
12. West Virginia Mountaineers
16. Butler Bulldogs
17. Auburn Tigers
18. Iowa Hawkeyes
21. Houston Cougars
22. LSU Tigers
Others receiving votes: Creighton 59, Arizona 55, Texas Tech 33, Ohio State 16, Indiana 15, East Tennessee State 14, Northern Iowa 13, Memphis 11, USC 9, Rhode Island 6, Purdue 6, Florida 4, Arkansas 3, Saint Mary’s 3, Tulsa 3, SMU 3, Wisconsin 1, Akron 1, Harvard 1