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NCAA Football Rankings, Week 10: Oregon State drops to No. 13, six Pac-12 teams ranked

Examining the latest AP Poll, which features six teams from the Pac-12 conference.

Otto Greule Jr

The Associated Press has released their top-25 poll for Week 10 of the college football season. There were quite a few upsets that transpired over the weekend, especially in the Pac-12.

The Oregon St. Beavers, who entered Saturday undefeated, fell to Keith Price and the Washington Huskies. OSU has dropped to 13th in the poll. The USC Trojans, previously ranked ninth, lost a shootout against the Arizona Wildcats and fell all the way to 18th. With the win, Arizona moved up to 24th in the AP Poll. UCLA also entered the rankings at 25 following a big road win over Arizona State.

As a whole, the Pac-12 has six teams ranked.

Florida was upset by No. 10 Georgia on Saturday afternoon in what was a very sloppy, defense-oriented game. The Gators fell to eight, while UGA moved up to seven. The Alabama Crimson Tide, Oregon Ducks and Kansas St. Wildcats held strong at the top, with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and LSU Tigers jumping up one spot to round out the top five.

A full list of the AP Top 25 Poll is below:

Rank Team Record Votes Previous
1 Alabama (60) 8-0 1,500 1
2 Oregon 8-0 1,412 2
3 Kansas State 8-0 1,382 4
4 Notre Dame 8-0 1,344 5
5 LSU 7-1 1,216 6
6 Ohio State 9-0 1,158 9
7 Georgia 7-1 1,145 12
8 Florida 7-1 1,075 3
9 Florida State 8-1 1,046 11
10 Clemson 7-1 914 14
11 South Carolina 7-2 823 17
12 Louisville 8-0 817 16
13 Oregon State 6-1 762 7
14 Oklahoma 5-2 758 8
15 Stanford 6-2 627 19
16 Texas A&M 6-2 580 22
17 Mississippi State 7-1 559 13
18 USC 6-2 418 10
19 Boise State 7-1 406 21
20 Texas Tech 6-2 388 15
21 Nebraska 6-2 249 NR
22 Louisiana Tech 7-1 209 24
23 West Virginia 5-2 126 25
24 Arizona 5-3 106 NR
25 UCLA 6-2 103 NR

Others Receiving Votes: Toledo 88, Rutgers 74, Oklahoma State 72, Texas 55, Kent State 33, Tulsa 17, Northern Illinois 12, Washington 8, Northwestern 7, Wisconsin 4, Ohio4, Michigan 2, Louisiana-Monroe 1