Vols ranked no. 24 in AP poll

The Vols are in the AP poll for the first time since 2010.

Duke remains the unanimous No. 1 in The Associated Press Top 25 for the second straight week and the top 10 has shuffled with Notre Dame's loss to No. 3 Michigan State.

The Blue Devils (10-0) received all 65 first-place votes from a media panel in poll results released on Monday. Kansas remained at No. 2, Michigan State No. 3 and Villanova was No. 4.

Notre Dame's 81-63 loss to the Spartans dropped the Fighting Irish four places to No. 9, with Florida moving up a spot to No. 5.

Wichita State, Texas A&M and Kentucky rounded out the top 10.

No. 19 Seton Hall, No. 21 Purdue and No. 22 Nevada all moved into the poll this week. The Wolf Pack are ranked for the first time since 2007.

1. Duke (65) 10-0 1625 1
2. Kansas 7-0 1525 2
3. Michigan St. 7-1 1500 3
4. Villanova 8-0 1434 4
5. Florida 5-1 1301 6
6. Wichita St. 6-1 1197 8
7. Texas A&M 7-0 1192 9
8. Kentucky 7-1 1174 7
9. Notre Dame 7-1 1156 5
10. Miami 7-0 1122 10
11. North Carolina 8-1 999 13
12. Gonzaga 7-1 856 15
13. Xavier 7-1 768 21
14. Minnesota 8-1 758 12
15. Virginia 8-0 728 18
16. Arizona St 7-0 609 20
17. Cincinnati 7-1 583 11
18. West Virginia 7-1 557 19
19. Seton Hall 7-1 405 -
20. TCU 8-0 311 23
21. Purdue 8-2 266 -
22. Nevada 8-0 199 -
23. Baylor 5-2 182 16
24. Tennessee 6-1 96 -
25. Southern Cal 4-2 90 14

Others receiving votes: Texas Tech 82, UCLA 75, Rhode Island 73, Creighton 53, Louisville 50, Texas 32, Alabama 21, SMU 15, Mississippi St. 11, Kansas St 10, Arizona 10, Washington St 9, Georgia 9, Oklahoma 7, Providence 6, Florida St. 6, Clemson 5, Valparaiso 5, Georgetown 4, Texas Arlington 3, Oklahoma St. 3, Western Kentucky 2, Towson 1.