EUGENE, OR - SEPTEMBER 08: DeAnthony Thomas #6 of the University of Oregon Ducks runs for a 51-yard touchdown in the first half against the Fresno State Bulldogs at Autzen Stadium on September 8, 2012 in Eugene, Oregon. (Photo by Kevin Casey/Getty Images)
The newest AP Poll has been released, with Oregon remaining steady at No. 3, while Washington does not receive a vote after a loss to LSU.
After their 41-3 loss to the LSU Tigers, the Washington Huskies, which had been gunning for a spot in the Associated Press Top 25 Poll, did not receive a vote in the newest edition of the poll. The Oregon Ducks remained at No. 4.
Among the top 25, there was plenty of movement as a result of a few key upsets, including Pac-12 teams topping ranked foes. The UCLA Bruins beat the Nebraska Cornhuskers and the Arizona Wildcats beat the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Both the Cowboys and Cornhuskers are unranked this week.
The Alabama Crimson Tide continue to lead the poll, collecting 48 of the 60 first-place votes. No. 2 USC Trojans grabbed eight first-place votes, while LSU received four. Oregon has some work to do to in order to catch the top three teams.