Missouri Tigers head basketball coach Frank Haith cheers his team on in the second half against the Baylor Bears. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

There is not much wiggle room at the top of the standings, but after wins over Oklahoma and Baylor, the Missouri Tigers moved up to #3 in national rankings. Kentucky and Syracuse held steady at No. 1 and No. 2 respectively, with the Wildcats receiving all 31 first-place votes from the 31 Division I coaches.

Missouri replaces Ohio State. Duke and Kansas round out the top five with Duke #4 in the coaches poll, KU in the AP. The Buckeyes fell three places to No. 6, followed by North Carolina, Michigan State, Georgetown and Baylor.

Murray State had the biggest fall in the poll, falling seven places to No. 14 after suffering its first loss of the season to Tennessee State.