UCLA Falls in Both Polls After Loss to Oregon
UCLA is now ranked 12th in the AP Poll and 15th in the Coaches Poll.
With the UCLA Bruins losing to Oregon yesterday, the Bruins fell out of the Top 10 in both the AP Poll and the Coaches Poll.
The Bruins are now ranked 12th in the AP Poll and 15th in the Coaches Poll.
The top six teams in the AP Poll remain the same as last week and, in fact, the top nine teams are identical in both polls now.
Oregon moved up to eighth in both polls as a result of beating the Bruins yesterday.
Wake Forest moved up to 10th in both polls but they are tied with Southern Cal in the AP Poll. The Trojans, who were off yesterday, moved up one spot to 11th in the Coaches Poll and two spots in the AP Poll.
The only other Pac-12 school in either poll is Utah, which is ranked 14th after having a bye yesterday. The Utes are now ranked ahead of the Bruins in the Coaches Poll, even though UCLA defeated them.
Looking to the future, there are two more Big Ten schools in both polls. Penn State moved up to 13th in both polls while the only other ranked Big Ten school Illinois moved up to 17th in the AP Poll and jumped to 18th in the Coaches Poll.
Here’s the complete Top 25 from both polls:
The Bruins return home to host Stanford at the Rose Bowl on Saturday for a 7:30 pm PT kickoff and the game will air nationally on ESPN.