The Associated Press Top 25 poll for the 2011-12 college basketball season is live for the week of Nov. 28, and there's a few significant changes. To start, the top five has been shaken up, with North Carolina suffering a defeat in its last outing, a 90-80 loss to UNLV. North Carolina fell from the top spot, where it has been since the preseason poll after receiving almost all of the first-place votes. They're not at number five, with Kentucky taking over the top spot and Ohio State trailing them in second. Duke and Syracuse round out the top five above North Carolina.
Michigan finds themselves up a spot from last week from No. 15, now sitting inside of that at No. 14. Michigan boasts a 5-1 record, and would likely be much higher if not for a loss to Duke on Nov. 22. Their last outing was a 79-63 win over UCLA.
The Michigan State Spartans also received votes, and with 84 points, are 31 points away from being in the Top 25.