Wildcats slip to No. 2 in AP Top 25 poll

2014-02-03T10:07:00Z 2014-02-03T11:26:38Z Wildcats slip to No. 2 in AP Top 25 pollBruce Pascoe Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

The Arizona Wildcats officially ended their school-record eight-week run atop the Associated Press Top 25 poll today, falling to No. 2 after their 60-58 loss at Cal on Saturday.

Unbeaten Syracuse picked up all 65 first-place votes while Florida, Wichita State and San Diego State were voted behind Arizona in the Top 5. No other Pac-12 teams made the Top 25, though Cal and UCLA were tied for 31st in total votes received.

Arizona is No. 2 in the NCAA's updated official RPI.

The Wildcats are No. 3 in the coaches Top 25 poll, behind Syracuse and Wichita State.

Draft Express' mock 2014 NBA draft has Aaron Gordon going eighth to Utah and Nick Johnson going 45th to Charlotte.

Steve Alford ripped into the Bruins after they lost at Oregon State, which completed the first half of conference play above .500 for the first time in 15 years.

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