Here’s the latest college basketball AP Top 25 after an eventful week of action:

RANK SCHOOL RECORD POINTS PREVIOUS
1 Kansas (57) 8-0 1583 2
2 Duke (4) 9-1 1454 3
3 Tennessee (1) 7-1 1421 7
4 Gonzaga (1) 9-1 1412 1
5 Michigan (1) 10-0 1398 5
6 Virginia (1) 9-0 1384 4
7 Nevada 10-0 1283 6
8 Auburn 8-1 1151 8
9 Michigan State 8-2 1066 10
10 Florida State 8-1 991 11
11 Texas Tech 8-0 914 13
12 North Carolina 7-2 890 14
13 Virginia Tech 8-1 833 15
14 Buffalo 9-0 664 17
15 Ohio State 8-1 621 19
16 Wisconsin 8-2 599 12
17 Villanova 8-2 532 21
18 Mississippi State 8-1 441 22
19 Kentucky 7-2 385 9
20 Arizona State 7-1 351 20
21 Marquette 8-2 281 NR
22 Iowa 7-2 208 18
23 Furman 10-0 189 25
24 Houston 8-0 173 NR
25 Syracuse 7-2 118 NR

We have a new No. 1 team: Kansas. The Jayhawks reclaimed the top spot after avoiding an upset against New Mexico State on Saturday and watching Gonzaga fall to Tennessee. Kansas is a perfect 8-0.

The Jayhawks deserve the No. 1 ranking based on their resume, track record and obvious talent. But they haven’t played particularly well lately, nearly falling to the Aggies and needing overtime to beat Stanford on Dec. 1. But they have wins over Michigan State and Tennessee, and the starting five is still as loaded as any team outside of Duke.

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The Udoka Azubuike loss hurts. Dedric Lawson is going to have to play more center now and LaGerald Vick isn’t going to maintain his 55.8 3-point percentage all year. Quentin Grimes’ usage rate has plummeted since he burst onto the scene against Michigan State; he’s averaging 8.3 points on 40.4 percent shooting. Grimes and Devon Dotson have shown the ability to perform in big games, but they’re inconsistent. That’s to be expected of a freshman backcourt. But it’s also the inherent downside of having a freshman backcourt.

The good news: this is all the more reason to like Kansas going forward. It feels like they have a ton of untapped potential, yet they’re still the No. 1 team in the land with wins over Tennessee, Michigan State and Marquette. They may get caught by a lesser opponent here soon, but the Jayhawks are clear national title contenders.

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Tennessee may have lost to Kansas in November, but that’s the only blip on the Volunteers’ resume. They defeated then-No. 1 Gonzaga on Sunday and rose four spots to No. 3 as a result.

These guys are so fun to watch. The Volunteers are further proof that experience still matters in college basketball. Grant Williams and Admiral Schofield are combining to average 37.8 points and 15.3 rebounds per game, but what’s most impressive is their collective playmaking. They combine to average 7.7 assists, and they’re both big guys.

That’s how you overcome spotty guard play. Tennessee can play through Williams and Schofield; they’re just too strong for most defenders, but are smart enough to dish to the open guy when opponents help. The Volunteers have a top-15 offense and defense. Only two other schools, Kansas and Duke, can say that.