Only eight of the teams in the Top 25 didn't lose last week, and the trend continued Monday when UNLV lost its unanimous hold on the No. 1 spot in the college basketball poll.

And Utah jumped from No. 20 to No. 13 after tying a 78-year-old school record with its 16th consecutive victory over Air Force.The Runnin' Rebels (15-0), who are on a 26-game winning streak, had been the choice of all the voters for the past three weeks. But Ohio State (17-0), the nation's only other undefeated team, was tabbed in the top spot by two of the 64 voters in the nationwide panel of sportswriters and broadcasters.The defending national champions remained No. 1 for the 11th straight week with 62 first-place votes and 1,598 points, 82 more than Arkansas (20-1), which held second for the eighth consecutive week, and 108 more than the Buckeyes, who had the two first-place votes and moved up one spot in the voting after beating then-No. 3 Indiana and Minnesota on the road.

Indiana, St. John's, which jumped from 10th, Arizona, Duke, Syracuse, North Carolina and Kentucky rounded out the Top Ten.

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AP Top Twenty Five

Team RecordPts

1. UNLV 15-0 1,598

2. Arkansas 20-1 1,516

3. Ohio St. 17-0 1,490

4. Indiana 18-2 1,380

5. St. John's 15-2 1,295

6. Arizona 16-3 1,181

7. Duke 16-4 1,158

8. Syracuse 17-3 1,121

9. North Carolina 14-3 1,092

10. Kentucky 15-3 981

11. Nebraska 17-2 870

12. UCLA 15-4 799

13. Utah 19-1 712

14. LSU 13-4 686

15. Virginia 14-4 669

16. E. Tennessee S t. 15-2 666

17. Southern Miss. 12-2 532

18. Georgetown 12-5 501

19. Pittsburgh 15-5 464

20. New Mexico St. 15-2 450

21. Oklahoma 14-5 365

22. New Orleans 17-2 341

23. Georgia Tech 12-5 277

24. Kansas 13-4 174

25. Seton Hall 13-4 161