Auburn, Ala. (EETV) - After going 1-1, Auburn falls for No. 10 in this week's AP Poll. The Tigers were previously ranked No. 8 but fell to Texas A&M Wednesday 81-80.

Auburn would go on to defeat Georgia on the road 78-61 Saturday. The Tigers lost leading scorer Bryce Brown in the first half of their loss to Texas A&M. 

Brown did not play at Georgia but did travel with the team. He has been ruled day-to-day with a right shoulder injury.

The Tigers were also ranked No. 5 overall by the NCAA Tournament Committee yesterday.

Auburn is still the highest ranked SEC team in the nation. No. 18 Tennessee and No. 21 Texas A&M make-up the SEC in the Top-25.

After this week, Auburn (10-2) continues to hold the top spot in the SEC. Flordia (8-4) and Tennesee (8-4) round out the top-3 in the conference.

Auburn will, once again, face two SEC opponents this week. First, the Tigers will welcome Kentucky in front of a sold-out crowd Wednesday. They will then travel to South Carolina to take on the Gamecocks.

Tip-off against Kentucky (Feb. 14) will be 8 p.m. The game will be broadcast on ESPN 2. Auburn will tip-off Saturday (Feb. 17) against South Carolina at 2:30 p.m.

Auburn's road game will be broadcast on the SEC Network. 

Admission is free for all homes games for students with a valid Ignited Card. Students are reminded to arrive early Wednesday in order to find a seat in The Jungle.

The Feb. 12 AP Rankings are as followed:

1. Virginia

2. Michigan State

3. Villanova

4. Xavier

5. Cincinnati

6. Purdue

7. Texas Tech

8. Ohio State

9. Gonzaga

10. Auburn

11. Clemson

12. Duke

13. Kansas

14. North Carolina

15. St. Mary's

16. Rhode Island

17. Arizona

18. Tennessee

19. Wichita State

20. West Virginia

21. Texas A&M

22. Michigan

23. Oklahoma

24. Nevada

25. Arizona State