The college basketball rankings are getting updated for the week of Jan. 16 with a fresh AP Top 25 dropping on Monday. While the top 4 of the poll remained unchained, there was a significant shakeup throughout the top 25.

Houston headlined the poll in the top spot with 34 first-place votes. Kansas landed at No. 2 with 23 first-place votes while Purdue at No. 3 landed the remaining first-place votes (3).

The rest of the poll was not a good sign for the B1G. The conference landed just one other team in the top 25 with Rutgers rising up to No. 23 with back-to-back wins and a 5-2 record in B1G play.

The conference did land 5 teams in the “others receiving votes” section with Illinois the best in that group with 61 votes. Indiana was not featured.

Here are the full results from the latest AP Top 25:

1. Houston
2. Kansas
3. Purdue
4. Alabama
5. UCLA
6. Gonzaga
7. Texas
8. Xavier
9. Tennessee
10. Virginia
11. Arizona
12. Iowa State
13. Kansas State
14. TCU
15. UConn
16. Auburn
17. Miami (FL)
18. Charleston
19. Clemson
20. Marquette
21. Baylor
22. Providence
23. Rutgers
24. Florida Atlanta
25. Arkansas

Others receiving votes: North Carolina State 111, Saint Mary’s 106, Arizona State 79, New Mexico 67, Illinois 61, San Diego State 44, Michigan State 29, Duke 24, Wisconsin 14, Creighton 9, Kent State 8, Boise State 6, Texas A&M 5, Ohio State 3, Missouri 3, VCU 2, Iowa 2, North Carolina 1