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Arizona men’s basketball drops to No. 10 in Associated Press poll after loss to Stanford

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The Arizona Wildcats dropped six spots to No. 10 in the Associated Press poll after falling to unranked Stanford on Sunday in Palo Alto.

Arizona received 975 points in Monday’s poll, down from 1,193 last week.

The Wildcats have lost three of their last five games after being ranked No. 1 in the country for consecutive weeks in early December.

Arizona’s No. 10 ranking its its lowest since the preseason, when it opened the year at No. 12.

Purdue is ranked No. 1, followed by Kansas, Houston, UConn and Tennessee. Arizona has three top 25 wins over Duke (No. 14), Florida Atlantic (No. 17) and Wisconsin (No. 21).

Arizona won't have another opportunity at a top 25 win this week after Colorado and Utah were both left out of the poll. Colorado is third-most in receiving votes, while Utah is fourth-most.

Grand Canyon received five votes. The Lopes are 12-1 and 2-0 in WAC play.