Feast Week has come and gone and there was plenty of movement in the latest AP Top 25 poll, which dropped Monday afternoon.

Five SEC programs cracked Week 4’s poll following Feast Week: Tennessee at No. 10, Kentucky at No. 12, Texas A&M at No. 14, Mississippi State at No. 21 and Alabama at No. 23. Arkansas, which was ranked No. 20 last week, fell out of the top 25 following losses to Memphis and North Carolina.

Arkansas is sitting at 4-3 on the year with losses to the 2 teams above and UNC Greensboro. It’d be unwise to write the Razorbacks off this early in the season, but this is far from the start Eric Musselman and Co. envisioned with Trevon Brazile back in full swing. The Hogs have a chance to right the ship this Wednesday against Kyle Filipowski and Duke.

Arkansas, Ole Miss, Auburn and South Carolina (The Gamecocks are… 5-0!?) all received votes, but just missed out on the top 25.

Here’s a look at the full top 25:

  1. Purdue
  2. Arizona
  3. Marquette
  4. UConn
  5. Kansas
  6. Houston
  7. Duke
  8. Miami
  9. Baylor
  10. Tennessee
  11. Gonzaga
  12. Kentucky
  13. FAU
  14. Texas A&M
  15. Creighton
  16. Texas
  17. North Carolina
  18. Villanova
  19. BYU
  20. Colorado State
  21. Mississippi State
  22. James Madison
  23. Alabama
  24. Illinois
  25. Oklahoma

Others receiving votes: 

Memphis 108, San Diego St. 102, Colorado 70, Ohio St. 67, TCU 66, Michigan St. 57, Auburn 46, UCLA 24, Princeton 14, Arkansas 10, Florida St. 8, Iowa St. 8, Southern Cal 7, Liberty 7, Nevada 6, Clemson 6, Virginia 6, Mississippi 5, Nebraska 4, South Carolina 2, Cincinnati 2, Kansas St 1, Bradley 1.