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College Football Rankings, Week 13: Oregon Falls to No. 9 in AP Poll

The USC Trojans stunned the Oregon Ducks at Autzen Stadium Saturday night, marking just one of the many upsets that took place within the to 25 in college football this weekend. And after the dust has settled, the SEC West has taken complete control of the AP Poll this week as LSU, Alabama, and Arkansas take over the top three spots in the poll as well as a commanding lead in the points as well. 

The Stanford Cardinal were the biggest winners this weekend after taking care of Cal in the Big Game, moving from No. 8 to No. 4 in the poll this week. Oklahoma State fell to No 5., Virginia Tech moved up to No. 6, Boise State and Houston are at No. 7 and 8, while USC's victory over the Ducks dropped them to No. 9 and USC No. 10, marking the third Pac-12 team to make the AP this week. 

Oklahoma fell to No. 12 after losing to the now No. 21 Baylor Bears, while Clemson fell to No. 18. Georgia Tech and Virginia find themselves back in the top 25 after falling out last week at No. 24 and 25 respectfully. 

Here's the full top 25 for week 13:


2 Alabama

3 Arkansas

4 Stanford

5 Oklahoma State

6 Virginia Tech

7 Boise State

8 Houston

9 Oregon

10 USC

11 Michigan State

12 Oklahoma

13 Georgia

14 South Carolina

15 Wisconsin

16 Kansas State

17 Michigan

18 Clemson

19 TCU

20 Penn State

21 Baylor

22 Nebraska

23 Notre Dame

24 Virginia

25 Georgia Tech