The Kansas men's basketball team stayed at No. 3 in the latest ESPN/USA Today coaches poll and Associated Press poll released Monday.
KU was one of six Big 12 teams to make the coaches poll. Missouri moved up two spots to No. 10, while Kansas State fell from sixth to 11th after a loss to Florida. Baylor, meanwhile, dropped six spots from ninth to 15th after a loss to Gonzaga.
Texas (22nd) and Texas A&M (24th) were the other Big 12 teams in the top 25.
In the AP ranking, Missouri was ninth, followed by KSU (11th), Baylor (15th), Texas (18th) and Texas A&M (25th).
The full rankings are below.
ESPN/USA Today coaches poll
Others receiving votes: UCF 47, Wisconsin 39, West Virginia 32, UNLV 32, Washington 27, Northwestern 21, Temple 20, Vanderbilt 15, New Mexico 13, Wichita State 5, Oklahoma State 4, Old Dominion 3, Saint Mary's 3, Washington State 2, Cincinnati 1, Richmond 1.
Associated Press poll
Others Receiving Votes: Louisville 124, Vanderbilt 49, Washington 49, Temple 39, West Virginia 24, Wisconsin 16, Northwestern 15, Cincinnati 14, North Carolina 10, UNLV 10, Arizona 8, Drexel 6, St. Mary's 3, Gonzaga 3, Washington State 3, Boston College 2, Oklahoma State 2, Old Dominion 2, Cleveland State 1, New Mexico 1.