After the Virginia Cavaliers fell to Duke on Saturday night, it was guaranteed that there was going to be a ton of movement in this week’s edition of the AP and Coaches polls. Understandably, the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats are still the best team in America in both polls, as they have been all year.

With the Cavaliers losing, the new No. 2 team in both polls is the Gonzaga Bulldogs, which has accrued a 22-1 record this season. Virginia fell to No. 3 in both polls, and there is a disagreement about fourth and fifth best squads in the country—the AP says it is Duke then Wisconsin, while the Coaches Poll has those two teams flipped.

Here is the AP Top 25, via ESPN:

1. Kentucky (65 first-place votes)
2. Gonzaga
3. Virginia
4. Duke
5. Wisconsin
6. Arizona
7. Villanova
8. Kansas
9. Louisville
10. Notre Dame
11. Iowa State
12. North Carolina
13. Utah
14. Northern Iowa
15. West Virginia
16. Wichita State
17. Maryland
18. VCU
19. Baylor
20. Ohio State
21. Oklahoma
22. Butler
23. SMU
24. Georgetown
25. Texas

And here is the Coaches’ Poll, also via ESPN:

1. Kentucky (31)
2. Gonzaga (1)
3. Virginia
4. Wisconsin
5. Duke
6. Arizona
7. Villanova
8. Louisville
9. Kansas
10. Notre Dame
11. Utah
12. West Virginia
13. North Carolina
14. Iowa State
15. Northern Iowa
16. Maryland
17. Wichita State
18. VCU
19. Baylor
20. Ohio State
21. Oklahoma
22. Butler
23. SMU
24. Georgetown
25. Indiana