The 16-1 University of Nevada men’s basketball team is 10th in both major college basketball polls this week. 

The Wolf Pack remained 10th in the Associated Press poll and moved up one spot to 10th in the USA Today Coaches poll after two Mountain West victories last week.
Nevada has been ranked all 11 weeks in the AP poll and all 10 weeks of the USA Today Coaches poll. The Pack’s highest ranking of the season was fifth on Nov. 26 in the AP poll and fifth on Dec. 31 in the USA Today Coaches poll.  Both are the highest rankings in school history.

Meanwhile, Duke remained at No. 1 for a fourth straight week while the top 10 remained unchanged in the latest AP poll. 

The Blue Devils received 36 of 64 first-place votes for their sixth week at No. 1 this season. Second-ranked Michigan earned nine first-place votes, third-ranked Tennessee had 13 and fourth-ranked Virginia had the remaining six.

No. 12 Kentucky and No. 15 Marquette made the biggest jumps by climbing six spots, while No. 24 Mississippi State fell 10 spots for the biggest slide.

There were four new teams in the poll, led by No. 18 Mississippi - which is ranked for the first time since January 2013. No. 19 Maryland, No. 22 Villanova and No. 23 Iowa returned after appearances earlier this season.

Nevada plays at Boise State (8-8, 3-0 MW) on Tuesday at 6 p.m.  PT.  The game will air on CBS Sports Network.

The Wolf Pack has won four in a row from the Bulldogs which includes the last two at the Save Mart Center.

(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)