Washington returns to the Associated Press Top 25 Poll, at No. 23, after an upset victory over Stanford.
The Washington Huskies returned to the Associated Press Top 25 Poll, landing at No. 23 this weekend after their victory over the previously-No. 8 Stanford Cardinal. Stanford fell 10 spots to No. 18.
The Huskies will now prepare for the Oregon Ducks, who remained steady at the No. 2 position in the latest AP poll while the Oregon State Beavers continued to climb up the rankings.
Oregon is chased by a new team in the AP Poll, as the Florida State Seminoles jumped the LSU Tigers for the No. 3 spot, but the Seminoles remain 81 points back of the Ducks.
Also making noise are the Beavers, up four places from No. 18 to No. 14 in the latest AP poll after a thrilling victory over the Arizona Wildcats. At 3-0 on the season, the Beavers will welcome Washington State to Corvallis, Ore. next week.
The Pac-12 also lands the USC Trojans at the No. 13 spot in the poll after the Trojans spent the weekend off.
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