MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — A chaotic week in college basketball has resulted in West Virginia largely standing pat despite a midweek loss at Texas Tech.

The Mountaineers (17-4, 5-3 Big 12) were docked one spot in the AP Top 25, dropping to No. 13. West Virginia was displaced by Auburn (19-2), which rocketed all the way up from 17th to 11th following wins over Ole Miss and Kentucky.

In the USA Today Coaches Top 25, the Mountaineers held their ground as the 11th team in the country.

West Virginia continues to maintain its position in the NCAA’s NET rankings as well. The Mountaineers are ninth in the NET, though notably they are only one of three teams rated in the Top 25 by the NET despite a losing record on the road.

AP Top 25

1. Baylor
2. Gonzaga
3. Kansas
4. San Diego State
5. Louisville
6. Dayton
7. Duke
8. Florida State
9. Maryland
10. Villanova
11. Auburn
12. Seton Hall
13. West Virginia
14. Oregon
15. Kentucky
16. Michigan State
17. Iowa
18. LSU
19. Butler
20. Illinois
21. Creighton
22. Penn State
23. Arizona
24. Colorado
25. Houston

Others Receiving Votes: Texas Tech 66, Marquette 31, Ohio State 19, Tulsa 19, Rhode Island 18, Northern Iowa 17, Wichita State 17, BYU 14, Rutgers 12, Stanford 7, Stephen F. Austin 3, Yale 1, Winthrop 1, Michigan 1, Virginia 1, Bowling Green 1.