David Zalubowski, Associated Press
Colorado guard Dustin Thomas, left, battles for control of a loose ball with Utah guard Kenneth Ogbe in the second half of an NCAA college basketball game Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015., in Boulder, Colo. Utah won 79-51.

Utah is back in the top 10 — at least in the Coaches' poll.

The Utes, after an easy victory over Colorado, moved up to No 10 in the Coaches’ poll and No. 11 in the Associated Press poll.

Meanwhile, Kentucky is the unanimous No. 1 in The Associated Press’ Top 25 for the second straight week.

The Wildcats (23-0) were the unanimous pick last week after Virginia lost and received all 65 votes from a media panel again Monday. Kentucky received 31 of the 32 coaches No. 1 votes, with one going to Gonzaga.

The Cavaliers were back up to No. 2, moving past Gonzaga after beating No. 12 North Carolina and No. 9 Louisville last week.

Villanova moved up to No. 6 after No. 7 Arizona lost to rival Arizona State for the only other change in the top 10. Oklahoma State returned to the poll at No. 21 and Arkansas is in at No. 24.

Texas and Georgetown dropped out.

See both polls here