UCLA Climbs in Both Polls Following Win Over ASU
The Bruins are now ranked ahead of Nick Saban's Alabama Crimson Tide for the first time since 2015.
UCLA has moved up again in both polls after the Bruins’ win over Arizona State last night. The team is now ranked 9th in the AP Poll and they are back in the Top Ten in the Coaches Poll. The Bruins are now ranked ahead of both Alabama and Clemson in both polls.
With both Clemson and Tennessee losing yesterday, TCU earned some respect as one of four remaining unbeaten teams in the country. The Horned Frogs are now ranked fourth in both polls behind Georgia, Ohio State and Michigan. Tennessee fell to five in both polls following their loss to the Bulldogs.
Oregon climbed to sixth in both polls. Southern Cal moved to seventh in the AP Poll and eighth in the Coaches Poll. LSU jumped into the Top Ten with their win over Alabama. The Tigers are eighth in the AP Poll and seventh in the Coaches Poll.
Utah, which was ranked 12th in both polls, fell one spot in each despite winning due to LSU’s win over the Crimson Tide coupled with the losses by Bama and Clemson. After defeating Oregon State yesterday, Washington is the other ranked Pac-12 school. The Huskies re-entered the AP Poll at 24 and the Coaches Poll ranked 23rd.
Here’s the complete Top 25 from both polls:
The Bruins return home to host the Arizona Wildcats next Saturday at the Rose Bowl. The game will air nationally on Fox and will kickoff at 7:30 pm PT.