After an upset-filled week in men’s college basketball, another major change was made at the top of the AP Top 25 poll. For only the second time in their school's history, and for the first time in 11 years, the No. 1 spot belongs to the Tennessee Volunteers. Due to last week's results which saw Duke shockingly lose to Syracuse at the dome, ​Michigan defeated at the hands of Wisconsin and ​Virginia getting outclassed at Cameron Indoor Stadium, a path was cleared for Tennessee to snag the top spot.

Tennessee were nearly upset themselves on Saturday against Alabama but were able to secure a victory and stay perfect in the SEC, with an impressive 16-1 record overall.

The Vols are one of the hottest teams in the country right now. Having won 12 straight games, Tennessee will be hoping to finish the season strong. 

With some tough games coming up against Kentucky (twice), Mississippi, and Auburn, however, the Vols will need to keep winning if they want that number 1 spot come March.

In the meantime though, it looks like it's party time in Rocky Top.

Here are the complete rankings:

Get ready for another wild week of college hoops.