At this point, the most exciting thing in college basketball’s polls is the race for the No. 2 team in the country. For the umpteenth time, the No. 1 squad in the country in the AP and Coaches polls are the Kentucky Wildcats. John Calipari’s squad—which is the only undefeated team in Division I at 23-0—was the unanimous No. 1 in the AP Poll and received 31 of a possible 32 first-place votes in the Coaches’ Poll. While the two polls agree on the teams ranked 2-5, there is some variety. The AP thinks the top five is rounded out with Virginia, Gonzaga, Duke and Wisconsin, while the Coaches thinks it is Gonzaga, Virginia, Wisconsin and Duke.

Here is the AP Poll, via ESPN:

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

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

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