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AP Top 25: Washington Huskies fall 8 places to 21

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Following its upset at the hands of Stony Brook, the Washington Huskies have lost their place as the No. 13 team in the country according to the Associated Press poll, and are now ranked 21, a fall of eight spots.

The Huskies suffered the largest drop of any team in the country this week.

There are no Pac-12 schools still undefeated following the Washington loss, with two other Pac-12 teams still remaining ranked (Arizona, 8; Utah, 10) and two Pac-12 teams sit in the others receiving votes category: Cal and Stanford.

Wins against both "others receiving votes" schools would open the door for the Huskies to climb back into the top 20 and possibly the top 15 again. UW visits both schools this week, playing Cal on Friday and Stanford on Sunday. Each game starts at 7:00 p.m., and are aired on the Pac-12 Networks and ESPNU, respectively.

AP Top 25

RANK TEAM (1st) POINTS PREV
1 Kentucky Wildcats (65) 1625 1
2 Duke Blue Devils 1559 2
3 Virginia Cavaliers 1457 5
4 Wisconsin Badgers 1395 6
5 Louisville Cardinals 1327 4
6 Villanova Wildcats 1316 7
7 Gonzaga Bulldogs 1249 8
8 Arizona Wildcats 1243 3
9 Iowa State Cyclones 1005 12
10 Utah Utes 956 14
11 Texas Longhorns 903 9
12 Maryland Terrapins 869 15
13 Kansas Jayhawks 775 10
14 Notre Dame Fighting Irish 709 16
15 St. John's Red Storm 690 17
16 Wichita State Shockers 630 11
17 West Virginia Mountaineers 584 18
18 Oklahoma Sooners 530 19
19 North Carolina Tar Heels 483 20
20 Ohio State Buckeyes 435 21
21 Washington Huskies 253 13
22 Baylor Bears 238 22
23 Northern Iowa Panthers 216 23
24 Colorado State Rams 194 24
25 Georgetown Hoyas 140 26
Others Receiving Votes: TCU (12-0) 132; Virginia Commonwealth (9-3) 101; San Diego State (10-3) 40; Arkansas (10-2) 27; George Washington (9-3) 7; LSU (9-2) 7; Old Dominion (10-1) 7; Penn State (12-1) 5; UNLV (9-3) 5; Indiana (10-3) 4; Florida (7-4) 2; Minnesota (11-2) 2; Stanford (7-3) 2; Army (9-2) 1; California (10-3) 1; Davidson (9-1) 1