Those young Kentucky Wildcats still have a firm grasp on the No. 1 spot in the AP top 25 poll.
Kentucky (7-0), outscoring opponents by an NCAA-best 36.8 points a game, again got 62 of 65 first-place votes Monday in the new rankings. No. 2 Wisconsin (7-0) was on top of the remaining ballots.
Arizona and Duke remained third and fourth. Louisville, Texas, Virginia, Wichita State, Gonzaga and Villanova rounded out the top 10.
North Carolina (5-1) dropped seven spots to 12th after losing to Butler, one of five poll newcomers at No. 23.
Defending national champion Connecticut (3-2) dropped out of the poll from 24th after their second straight loss, 55-54 at home to Texas.
Bucknell 72, Fairfield 66 - Chris Hass scored 18 points to help the Bison (3-5) come back from 12 points down in the second half to beat the host Stags (2-4) in overtime.
Rutgers 69, Clemson 64 - Junior Etou scored 20 points and Myles Mack added 12 points and eight assists to lead the Scarlet Knights (4-3) over the host Tigers (4-3) in Rutgers' first ever game in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.
Coppin State 103, Goldey-Beacom 50 - Taariq Cephas and Shomari Triggs scored 15 points apiece and the visiting Eagles (1-4) crushed the Division II Lightning.
Goldey-Beacom (2-4) was led by Chris Gebhart (Cherry Hill West) and Parris Ridgeway-Higgs with 10 points apiece. Gebhart had eight boards.
South Carolina 90, North Carolina Central 26 - Freshman A'ja Wilson scored 16 points, reigning Southeastern Conference player of the year Tiffany Mitchell had 14 and the Gamecocks (6-0) showed off their No. 1 ranking at home for the first time, beating the Eagles (2-4).